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Call Connection Service

Simply click or dial the number below to be connected to use the service.

Calls cost £1.50 connection fee plus £1.50 per minute plus your phone provider’s access charge.

This website and telephone connection service number is operated by 118 Connect Ltd and is not affiliated with, or operated by, O2. A direct number can be obtained from O2’s website at no or lower cost by clicking here. If you do not wish to use this premium rate connection service, are disconnected or put on hold, we recommend you call using a direct number which can be found in the link above. Callers must be over 18 and have the bill payer’s permission.

Service provider helpline: 03303327663

The O2 customer service team can be contacted by telephone using our connection phone number which is charged at a premium rate, alternatively you may contact them directly at no or lower cost using their helpline, or other contact details, provided on their own website.

There are many reasons you may wish to contact O2. This may be a simple query, or you may wish to discuss a complaint, or perhaps you just need some assistance. Many things can be handled over the telephone but some matters may need to be handled in person or in writing.

When you call to speak with a customer support representative, they are there to assist you with your phone call and provide support and help with many problems you may have over the telephone. If you are put on hold, in a queue, or expect your call to last for a while we suggest that you may instead wish to contact O2 using their direct telephone number rather than our connection service as this will be less costly.

O2 FAQ

O2 is one of the largest digital telecommunications companies in the world. O2 has more than 23 million customers in the United Kingdom and has 450 retail locations. Below you can find the answers to some of the most common O2 FAQ that customers have.

How do you cancel your O2 contract?

To cancel your O2 contract you need to call the O2 helpline. If you are cancelling your contract before it has ended, then you may need to pay an additional charge and you will need to provide 30 days notice.

Why do text sometimes take longer to be delivered?

In some cases text may take longer to be delivered the normal using the O2 network. This generally happens when you are sending texts in crowded places such as at a sporting or other live event. This is because in these situations there are more texts being sent them there are masts available.

How can I top up my O2 pay & go phone?

You can top up your O2 pay & go phone by calling the O2 top up line on 4444 from your mobile phone. You can also establish an auto top-up which will automatically top up your phone on a set date from your bank account.

Why do calls sometimes go straight to voice mail?

If your phone is not registering on the O2 mobile network then any call made to it may go straight to voice mail. This is often due to the nearby mast being over burdened with other calls or a loss of signal in the area. the other common cause is the phone being set to “divert all calls.”

Why do I receive multiple texts at the same time?

Even when texts messages have been sent at different times throughout the day, on some occasions they will be received all at once. This generally occurs when the phone hasn’t had a signal but then finds one. When the signal is found all of the texts will come through at the same time.

Why am I unable to receive a signal when other phones nearby can?

One of the most common O2 FAQ customers ask is why their mobile phone is sometimes unable to receive a signal when other people are able to text and talk. The reason for this is that because O2 mobile phones use radio signals, so even a small change in the location can affect the signal. O2 phones will also have different sized antennas which can affect their ability to receive a signal. O2 recommends that if this is the continuing problem that there may be a fault with your phone and that you should contact their helpline.

O2 departments
 

O2 have a wide range of departments, which range from customer support to advertising requests.

Customer Support

Though you have the option to have your query answered on the O2 website, via ‘live chat’ through their contact page online, you may prefer to call them. There are a variety of phone numbers that can be found through the company’s contact page. These include numbers for calling about payment issues (pay and go or monthly payments), broadband issues, signing up to O2, and O2 travel insurance. Typical calls that might be made include enquiring about a technical issue, a problem with something you’ve purchased, or account-related issues. 

The O2

There is a general contact number for this London venue regarding enquiries, and, alternatively, you also have the option of enquiring via the O2 website. 

O2 Business Workspace

O2’s business workspace is situated in London’s Tottenham Court Road, though you can make any enquiry by calling them.

O2 – Press, Media, Advertising 

The O2 Press, Media, Advertising phone number is a number that can be used 24 hours a day, though a duty press officer will take any relevant call if it’s made outside of office hours. You are also able to make a direct call to O2 media. This number is in place for companies that are looking for help from O2, regarding engaging with more customers. For publlishers enquiring about O2 advertising in their publications there is also a special phone number for this purpose. It should be noted that Zenith Optimedia are the media buying agency responsible for O2’s advertising. Once you’ve called you will then have a chance to speak to an O2 account manager. 

Other Departments

There is a contact number for other departments, and this number is for people who want to contact an individual at O2 directly. 

A complete list of O2’s departments, together with some of their initiatives, can be found on their main contact page on their website.

O2 Head Office

Telefonica UK

O2 Corporate Office

260 Bath Road,
Slough,
Berkshire,
SL1 4DX,

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