Twitter allows you to connect with your Twitter followers and get notifications on a cell phone. You simply need to link your phone to your Twitter account in order to log on to Twitter, synchronize the information and receive Twitter messages. If you recently updated your mobile number or just want to remove your phone number from your account, you can change the settings either through the Twitter Web page or by using SMS with your phone.
Log in to your Twitter account and click the Profile and settings icon, which is located in the top right corner.
Choose Settings from among the drop-down list to set up your personal information.
Choose Mobile from the left side bar.
Check the current phone number that is linked to your Twitter account and click Delete my phone to remove the number.
Confirm that your phone number has been deleted. Choose your country region and type the new phone number that is going to be linked to your Twitter account in the Phone number box. Click Continue to confirm the settings.
Check the verification code Twitter sends to your phone number. Type the verification code in the Verification code box and click Activate phone to make the new change take effect.
Text STOP in capital letters to Twitter short code 40404 for mobile users in the US. After you receive the confirmation message from Twitter, your old phone number has been removed from your account.
Link a new phone number to your Twitter account by texting START in capital letters to Twitter short code 40404 for mobile users in the US. You will receive a welcome message from Twitter.
Reply with YES to sign in to your existing Twitter account.
Reply with your username to let Twitter confirm your account, for example, @username.
Reply with your Twitter account password to finish adding your new phone number to your Twitter account. The password is case sensitive, so check whether your phone input method automatically capitalizes the first letter and adjust it as necessary. You will receive a confirmation message that tells you your password is correct, which means you have succeeded in changing your mobile number on your Twitter account.
Tips & Warnings
- You may click "Request a new confirmation code" if you didn't receive a verification code when you attempted to change your number on the website.