Getting locked out of Twitter has become a common phenomenon.
With any suspicious activity, Twitter immediately resorts to locking your Twitter account and asking for the OTP sent to your phone number.
Or, Twitter may ask you to verify your phone number before logging in.
Now, there are several scenarios when you don’t use the same number or you don’t own the same number anymore.
In such a case, you need to unlock the Twitter account without a phone number.
Also, there are times when you have never added a phone number, and now, you don’t have a phone to unlock the Twitter account.
If you’ve been facing any of the issues mentioned above, then this article will solve all your problems.
In this article, we will list some of the alternative ways to unlock Twitter account without a phone number.
Follow Email Instructions to Unlock Twitter Account:
When Twitter gives you an option to unlock the account using a phone number, you may/may not get an option to verify using email.
If you see an option to recover your account using an email, you can choose that and proceed.
If there’s no option to recover the account using email, you would have still received an email from Twitter.
Please check your email account inbox/spam/junk folder for an email from Twitter.
Follow the instructions mentioned in the email to unlock your Twitter account.
Verify using Google Voice Number:
Twitter has banned a lot of sites that let you create free numbers and bypass Twitter verification to work on their site.
However, thanks to Google’s reputation and its authenticity, the Google voice number can be used for Twitter verification.
To use Google voice number, you do not need a real phone or number, you can simply generate a number and log in to the Twitter account.
Here are the steps to use Google Voice number:
Step #1: Log into your Gmail account and go to Google Voice. Google will take you to a new screen where you can sign up and generate a free number.
Step #2: You can either select a new number or use your existing mobile number.
Step #3: Select a phone so Google can call you and confirm. Once confirmed, Google will allow you to select a new local number.
Step #4: Select a number and enter it on Twitter.
Step #5: Google Voice will send you a verification number on your Gmail that you can enter for Twitter verification.
Contact Twitter Support:
If the above solutions don’t work for you, then contacting Twitter is the best strategy forward.
Twitter support will help you in understanding why you are unable to login with your account and help you log in after asking for more details.
You can also submit a ticket with Twitter for a quick response.
Unlocking your Twitter account can be both tricky and panicky when you don’t have a phone number to log in.
The Google voice number works well on Twitter and should be able to help you easily log in to your Twitter account. Make sure to search your emails before you go through all the effort.