Find Customer Service Contact Telephone Numbers of Top Telecommunication Brands in UK. Helpline Numbers of EE, TMobile, Talk Talk, BT, Orange, O2, Three-Mobile, Vodafone and Sky.
Update: Since late 2016, Sky have moved to make Sky Q the standard system for all new and upgrading Sky customers, completely replacing the Sky+ HD box. They’ve also moved to simplify their pricing structures for those who call Sky, thanks to a great deal of public feedback.
Update: The Now TV Smart Box is now available to all new and existing Now TV customers at a cost of £30. However, if you choose to take an internet and TV bundle from Now TV, you receive the Smart Box at no extra charge. To upgrade, simply call the Sky customer service number and ask them about the Now TV Smart Box.
Update: Since the launch of Sky VR, Sky have been regularly updating the app with VR content, but there’s one aspect which remains disappointing – No Google Daydream support. That’s been an annoyance for some customers in the reviews and on the Sky tel number, but if you’ve got a Google Cardboard device, it still represents a top VR option on smartphones.
UPDATE – Sky Mobile has today launched in the UK, after a prolonged period of pre-registration for Sky customers interested in signing up for the mobile network. From today, however, anyone who wants to join Sky Mobile can do just that. What follows is our original coverage of Sky Mobile’s launch, which includes features, price and availability, however, if you want to sign up for Sky Mobile, simply use one of the Sky telephone numbers.
Vodafone are, in 2017, one of the biggest mobile networks not just in the UK, but in the world. With a turnover north of £40 billion in 2016, they’re a global telecommunications giant with a reach which extends into more sectors than you might imagine.
As a customer in the UK though, what should you know about Vodafone? In this guide, we’re going to break down the essentials about the company, from their founding right up to their current offerings for potential customers like you. Let’s get started, shall we?
Today, Virgin Media are without a doubt one of the biggest media and telecommunications companies in the UK. Offering the fastest broadband available in the UK for general consumers, a reliable mobile network, home phone and a TV service which stands right alongside Sky as amongst the best available, they’re in a remarkable marketing position.
Since 2015, T-Mobile no longer exists in the UK. As part of a deal with Orange, both companies disappeared and become EE – a network which is currently the biggest in the UK, and was recently purchased by BT. As such, T-Mobile are no longer a presence, and all calls to the T-Mobile number are now handled by EE.
2017 is poised to be a fascinating year for the home broadband market. With rumours of Virgin Media climbing down from their ultra-fast broadband perch to offer slower, ultra-low cost broadband and the likes of TalkTalk re-energising their business after a torrid couple of years which has seen hack after hack crumble their satisfaction ratings.
Virgin are a massive company. With fingers in everything from home broadband to healthcare and beyond, there’s no shortage of areas in life where you’ll find the Virgin brand. Because of that scale, it can be hard to keep on top of all the Virgin news out there, although it’s fair to say that Virgin don’t do the best job at collating that information into one place.
Let’s be honest, for all the good things about Vodafone, their communication skills aren’t up there with the best. It’s not because of a lack of news stories out there, it’s simply because the official channels that Vodafone use just aren’t kept as up to date as they could be.
So, we decided to pick up their slack and round up all of the Vodafone news stories that have hit the wires over the last 30 days. From terrible customer service scores to the potential for drone traffic management, it’s been an interesting December for Vodafone. Let’s dig in.
When it comes to pay TV, there’s no bigger company within the UK than Sky. Created from the buyout of the failing British Satellite Broadcasting and merged with Sky Television Plc back in 1989, BskyB (now simply Sky) endured a rocky start to life. The subsequent decades, however, have seen the struggling pay TV supplier become the dominant force in the market, outmuscling the likes of BT, Virgin and a host of smaller suppliers.
For lots of us, we simply don’t need to change our contract every single year. If the number of minutes we use and the amount of data and texts we get through remain much the same, why bother? Maybe you even got a fantastic deal in the past that you didn’t want to let go of?
It’s fair to say that Orange is one of the most revolutionary companies ever to grace the British Isles. Coming at a time when mobile telecommunications were niche, geeky and uncool, Orange flipped the status quo on its head and made mobile achingly cool. Today, Orange is part of EE, which was recently purchased by BT, but what is the history of Orange? What services do they still operate, and how can you get in touch with them? Read on to find out.
There’s no denying that when it comes to convoluted histories, EE has the competition beat. Formed from the coming together of two British mobile telecoms giants in Orange and T-Mobile (a duo which have changed hands 9 times between themselves), EE became the latest chapter in a long and, frankly confusing, story.
It’s a sad fact of our everyday lives that when we call the customer service department of a company, we prepare ourselves for the worst. Decades of shoddy, inattentive customer service experiences and countless hours wasted on the line trying to get your questions have taught up to expect the worst.
However, it’s not true that every company offers bad customer service. In fact, despite the fact that 74% of Brits think that the standard of customer service is ‘poor’, there are companies posting incredible satisfaction rates from their customers.
Choosing a phone is one of those things which, on the face of it, shouldn’t be that hard. These days, almost every smartphone on the market is fast enough, long lasting enough and has a decent enough camera. But in a market with so much strong competition, our desire to get the very best has only increased.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 should have been a victory lap for the Korean technology giant. As the bigger sibling of the critically lauded Samsung S7/S7 Edge, the Note 7 had high expectations to live up to. Incredibly, however, it surpassed almost every single one.
Upon its launch in mid-August, critics praised its stunning build quality, fantastic speed, excellent waterproofing, best-in-class camera and wonderful stylus support. Indeed, many claimed that the Note 7 was perhaps the best smartphone of all time.
Choosing Sky as your pay-TV provider is one of the best decisions you can make when you’re making a house a home. Thanks to an unparalleled number of channels, superb curation, great customer service support and unbeatable movie and sports coverage, Sky makes a compelling choice.
Being an O2 customer means a lot of things. The company are known for their superb range of phones (most recently the UK exclusive OnePlus 3), excellent coverage and class leading customer service. However, if there’s one thing they aren’t good at, it’s keeping their customers up to date with all the news that surrounds the company. So, to save you the time and effort, we’ve decided to bring together all the latest O2 news right here. Let’s dig in.
Being a Sky customer means a lot of things. It means getting the best TV, superfast broadband and reliable home telephone services. It also means things like access to the latest and greatest TV tech like Sky Q and innovative home broadband solutions like Sky Broadband Shield.
When everything’s working as it should, Sky makes any home a better place to be, but what about when it isn’t? What can you do to get your issues resolved without resorting to the Sky contact number at 0844 800 3115? Well, you could make use of the Sky Diagnostic page.