Let’s go to Acts 22:13 and follow the story of the Baptism of Paul:
13 [Ananias] Came unto me, and stood, and said unto me, Brother Saul, receive thy sight. And the same hour I looked up upon him.
14 And he said, The God of our fathers hath chosen thee, that thou shouldest know his will, and see that Just One, and shouldest hear the voice of his mouth.
15 For thou shalt be his witness unto all men of what thou hast seen and heard.
16 And now why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord.
It is important to note that the Greek word for “calling on” is epikaleomai, is the passive form of the word. That means that the action described in the verse was being taken by someone else. In other words, Ananias called on the name of the Lord over Paul as he baptized him. Paul was baptized in the name of Jesus matching the other accounts of baptism in Jerusalem, Samaria, and Caesarea.
Acts 9:17 tells us that Ananias also laid hands on Paul and he received the Holy Ghost (Acts 13:9 also confirms that he was filled with the Holy Ghost). Do we know if Paul spoke in tongues when he received the Holy Ghost as occurred in the other Acts accounts? That is not specifically recorded anywhere but Paul did say:
Corinthians 14:18 I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than ye all:
And speaking in tongues was part of the detailed salvation experience recorded in Acts 19 when Paul did the same thing to the 12 men of Ephesus that Ananias had done to him. When Paul baptized those 12 men in Jesus’ name and laid hands on them, they received the Holy Ghost and they spoke in tongues, and even prophesied (Acts 19:1-6).