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Got my Vodafone SIM card -- but what's my phone number?

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Strange problem, here. I bought a Vodafone SIM card off eBay because I need to know my mobile number before I leave the US. Last year I did the same with a Lebara SIM card (now expired and dead), but I was advised Vodafone would have a better signal in the village in west Wales where I'll be. The Lebara SIM pack had the mobile (cellphone) number printed on the pack. The Vodafone SIM pack doesn't. The instructions say to call #100# to get the number, but that doesn't work.

Can anyone advise, especially anyone who's been in the same situation outside the UK?

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