Although trading under the name of o2, the company is formally known as Telefonica UK and currently holds the title of the second largest telecommunications provider in the UK. Formed in 1985, o2 was not bought by Telefonica until 2006 but were taken over in a spectacular £18 billion deal, agreeing to keep the company’s headquarters in the Uk, as well as their original o2 brand. In 2016, there were talks of a controversial merger between major networks o2 and Three which was eventually blocked by the EU commissioner.
o2 Contact Numbers
|Department||Contact Number||Opening Hours|
|Customer Services||0843 557 3690||Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-1pm|
|o2 Complaints||0843 557 4967||Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-1pm|
|o2 Upgrades||0843 557 3365||Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-1pm|
|o2 Contracts||0843 557 3647||Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-1pm|
|o2 Shop||0844 453 0127||Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 9am-1pm|
For the generic Customer Services helpline with o2, call 0843 557 3690 and you will be directed immediately. At peak times, this number will be busy. If this is the case, you will be placed on hold until someone from the team can speak to you.
o2 provide phone service to a large number of the Uk, offering affordable tariffs on the latest phone technology, as well as pay as you go packages to suit everyone’s needs. If you are unhappy with the service you are receiving from o2 as your network provider, whether it be on your pay monthly contract, or with a device that you top up with credit, please call the o2 complaints phone number. o2 also offer a range of phone accessories such as phone covers and screens to prevent damage, headphones and chargers. You may want to inform o2 if you have bought a product that is faulty/not up to the standard that you would expect. The o2 customer complaints number: 0843 557 4967 will provide you with a quick and easy solution to your problem, connecting you with advisers of the right expertise and knowledge to ensure your phone is in top working order!
if you would prefer to manage things online and you want to complain about a product you have bought in store or a service you have received via email, then you should visit the o2 website. A specific email is provided for customers with a complaint but you can visit the website and be brought into a live online chat, once you have selected the category your complaint comes under. If you find you are not getting the answers you need with this, you can call the complaints number as an alternative.
The email you can use is: email@example.com
o2 offer an extensive range of pay monthly contracts. This is the most popular way of owning a mobile phone and the method that most people use, paying a monthly bill for owning their phone, how much data they use and how many minutes they use on calls and texts. If you would like to browse the full range of tariffs, visit the o2 website where you can find one that suits you, depending on how often you use your phone, how often you browse the internet (data usage) and whether you want to call/use your phone abroad regularly. If you are unsure of what you are looking for you can visit a local o2 shop where an adviser will be happy to help. For tech-lovers o2 also offer a yearly upgrade programme that if you are a part of you will be given the latest phone technology every year, as they come out. If you’d like to know more about a contract with o2, call them directly on 0843 557 3647.
Ordering a product online is quick and easy with o2 and order before midnight means you are entitled to a free next working day delivery. However, sometimes you want to talk to someone face to face when you are spending your money or committing yourself to a 24-month contract. To locate your nearest o2 store you can visit the o2 website and input the postcode of your whereabouts. The address of your nearest store will then be provided. If you’d like to be connected to your nearest o2 store, call o2 directly on 0844 453 0127 and someone from the team will connect you.