Hiding Caller ID and Blocking Your Number: A Guide.

There are numerous reasons why one might want to conceal their phone number and prevent caller ID from displaying when making phone calls. Whether you want to avoid receiving spam calls in the future after calling a particular company or surprise someone special, you're in the right place because we've got you covered.


You have several options to block your number and hide your caller ID. These options include utilizing a special phone code, modifying your phone settings, connecting with your carrier, or using a burner app. In this article, we'll discuss each of these methods in detail.

If you prefer to block or conceal your phone number when making just one call, you can dial *67 before dialing the number, and this will hide your number and block the caller ID for that specific call. This code is free and applicable to smartphones and landlines. Alternatively, if you want to permanently hide your number when calling a particular person, you can save their number in your phone with *67 before the actual number.

Suppose you're more interested in protecting your personal data and privacy by entirely blocking your phone number when making phone calls. In that case, there are several ways to do this permanently.

One of the easiest ways to do this is by working with your phone carrier to place a permanent block on your number for all outgoing calls. Keep in mind that some carriers charge for this service, while others do not.

Another option is to block your number using your carrier's website or app. If your carrier is Fido, you can speak with a customer care agent or log in to your account on fido.ca. Click on 'View Usage and Manage,' scroll down to 'Actions,' and select 'Change Call Display Name.' Enter a new call display name in the 'First' and 'Last Name' fields, verify, and click 'Update' and 'Done.' Not all carriers allow online number blocking, so be sure to explore before calling customer care.

Finally, suppose you do not want to contact your carrier. In that case, you can also block your number through your phone's settings. However, this cannot be done in every device. Many smartphones, including Androids and iPhones, have this option. If you own an Android, you can find the option under 'Call Settings,' while an iPhone user can go to 'Phone' then 'Show My Caller ID' to block their number.

To begin the process, open the “Phone” application and locate the three dots in the upper right-hand corner. After locating this icon, tap on “Call Settings” or “Settings” to proceed further. Next, scroll through the options and select “More Settings” or “Other Call Settings.” Upon doing so, you will come across a button labeled “Show My Caller ID,” which you should press. From there, choose “Hide Number” to maintain your privacy.

If you happen to own an iPhone, follow these steps to hide your caller ID. Firstly, click on “Settings” and scroll down until you reach the “Phone” option. Next, locate the “Show My Caller ID” option and tap on it. Finally, switch the toggle button to the off position to keep your number private.

Apart from changing your phone’s settings or contacting your carrier for assistance, you can also opt for a burner app to protect your privacy. Many such apps exist, such as Google Voice, which only requires a Google account to operate. For a small monthly fee, Hushed offers a basic prepaid plan or unlimited calls and messages. Another option is Burner, a sophisticated app that permits up to three numbers for unlimited calls, text/picture messages, and spam-blocking.

If you are in need of a phone upgrade, browse our comprehensive list of the best phone deals in Canada at WhistleOut Canada. For those concerned about blocking their own number, both *67 and #31# still provide temporary solutions when blocking a number for calls or texts. For more detailed instructions, consult our complete guide on maintaining your privacy.

Concealing Your Caller Identification: Techniques and Methods

There are a multitude of tactics to obscure your caller information when initiating a call. You may opt to use *67 or #31# as a prefix prior to dialing the desired number, or you may instruct your carrier to permanently circumvent the transmission of your identifier. In addition, those who possess an Android or iPhone device may tinker with their phone's configuration settings to achieve the desired effect. For an in-depth tutorial, refer to the accompanying manual.

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