Argos Card Customer Services0844 453 0156
Why Might I Call the Argos Card Services Number?
- Apply for an Argos credit card
- Discuss a payment plan
- Find out how to manage your account
- Enquire about the automated payment service
- General enquiries or complaints
About Argos Credit Card Services
Argos is a high street retailer in the United Kingdom that revolves around the catalogue format. You can enter any of their 737 stores and flick through the 1500 page catalogues with photographs and descriptions. You then fill out a small order form which you can take to the counter. Your desired item(s) will then be brought to you from the storeroom.
However, Argos also have a credit card with which you can buy items from absolutely anywhere. It doesn’t matter what store you choose to use it in. It allows you to manage your credit limit easily. You’ll begin with a limit between £150 and £1000. By the time you get your fourth statement, if you have made your payments on time and not gone over the set credit limit, you could see an increase in this figure. It can increase by £3000 every four months.
Once you have applied for an Argos credit card, you can manage your account online via a secure service. This allows you to view your balance and latest transactions in order to keep track of your spending. You will receive free e-mails and SMS alerts when your payments are due too. When you apply for an Argos credit card, which you can accomplish by calling Argos Card Services, you will be informed of your account details. The phone number is also at your disposal if you are having trouble accessing your account, whether you have lost your details or having technical hiccups.
Argos have open their smallest ever store in the London Underground’s Cannon Street Station. The move has been made in a bid to compete with Amazon’s impressive Prime service, offering next day delivery.
From the Cannon Street store, customers will be able to place orders and collect things they have ordered online. The shop will cover 650 square foot, with 170 square foot of shop space, which is around about the size of a large kitchen in your average family home.
Argos is the latest retailer to agree a deal with Transport for London to get collection points set up in its stations. Other grocery retailers have made a similar arrangement and Amazon have installed locker services in various stations.
If customers place their order at the Argos store before 1pm, they will have the option of collecting their items after 4pm the same day. However, if the order is placed after 1pm, it will be able the next day.
The chief executive of Home Retail Group, John Walden, who are the owners of Argos, said “Our new Argos Collect format at the Cannon Street Underground station will complement our other Argos digital store trials, including converted traditional Argos stores, small format digital stores, and concessions in select Homebase stores.”
December 3rd 2013
O2 has been chosen by shopping catalogue retailer Argos to provide the company’s exclusive Wi-Fi network, which is now available in each of its 735 stores.
Whilst shopping, Argos’ 124 million customers will now be able to access the internet as they look for products and services. Although O2 have provided the network, customers will be able to access the service no matter which mobile operator they use, and may use their phones to compare prices and browse alternatives as they also shop Argos’ stock. Once signing up to the service upon entering an Argos store, customers will also be able to view extended ranges online and enjoy exclusive deals and offers.
Argos’ managing director has said that there has been a strong increase in the number of consumers shopping via their mobile phones this year, which now accounts for 16% of the company’s total sales. Argos has now made it even easier for customers to enjoy the convenience of shopping on the move, without having to be restricted by lack of wi-fi. As a company it understands the role that delivering a reliable digital experience can play in strengthening business-customer relationships.
O2 currently provides wi-fi services for many of the UK’s popular high street companies, including McDonalds, Subway and Costa Coffee. Overall it provides around 9000 hotspots across the UK and supplies on of the fastest and most reliable networks in the telecoms industry.
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