Lebara Customer Service Number UK

0843 658 0843

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Calling the Lebara Customer Service number enables you to:

  • Get help with setting up your Lebara SIM card, including unlocking your phone and connecting to the internet
  • Solve a problem with or make a complaint about network or connectivity problems
  • Check your balance, make a payment, top up or change your tariff
  • Find out about available tariffs and Lebara’s current Pay-As-You-Go SIM deals.

What Does Lebara Customer Service Do?

Lebara is a multinational telecommunications company that provides flexible mobile usage plans tailored to those who come from or work within international countries. It offers low rates but a fast and reliable connection with no hidden charges and users only pay for what they use, giving customers the convenient option of calling friends and family overseas directly.

Lebara offers free SIM cards for calling countries such as Bangladesh, India, China, Pakistan, Nigeria and Poland. Lebara Customer Service is also multilingual, making it accessible and effective. There is a range of offers and deals on payment plans to suit every customer’s needs.

Lebara Money Service, launched in 2011, allows its customers to easily transfer money and send mobile top ups to friends and family abroad.

Who Are Lebara?

The Lebara Group was co-founded in 2001 by its current chairman, Yoganathan Ratheesan, and launched its first international calling service in the Netherlands in 2004.

It now has over 2.5 million customers across the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, Denmark and Spain, making it easy for immigrants to stay in touch with families overseas. In 2007 it partnered with Vodafone to provide SIM-only phone deals in order to keep up with the country’s growing immigrant population.

In 2011 Lebara launched the Lebara Money service in the UK for customers wishing to send or manage money abroad. In the same year it also signed a global deal with Nokia to distribute Nokia handsets.

Lebara currently enjoys an annual turnover of over 648 million euros and was voted Best In Class for the fourth year running at the Mobile News Awards 2013.

Lebara To Break Into Saudi Market

December 19th 2014

The European mobile provider Lebara has announced that it will be launching its services in Saudi Arabia in the near future. Intended to be named Lebara Mobile KSA, it will be launched over the Mobily network. The decision is in response to the Saudi Arabian regulator’s attempts to create more competition in the country’s telecommunications market. It will be going against Virgin Mobile as well.

Lebara is best known as a mobile network for migrants. It has been a success in the United Kingdom by providing pay-as-you-go deals to people who may need to make numerous calls or texts abroad. The business’ plan for Saudi Arabia is to target the approximately 10 million expatriates living there.

Lebara mostly operates by providing SIM deals and this will remain the case in Saudi Arabia. Cards can be purchased and topped up from retailers around the kingdom.

Lebara Chief Leads Personality Of The Year List

April 10th 2014

Ratheesh Yoganathan, the chief of telecoms company Lebara, is currently leading a poll for Personality Of The Year. The poll is centred around the telecoms industry and voted for by people who are working in that sector. It’s being conducted as part of the Mobile News Awards.

Ratheesh Yoganathan of Lebara received 250 votes in a single day to send him to the top of the list. He was originally low on the shortlist with just 30 nominations but it’s believed many of his friends, colleagues and family members have helped him soar up the list.

Yoganathan was only 25 when he co-founded the Lebara company. He saw his share of struggles getting it off the ground, but today it has 3 million active users. It made £18 million in profits before tax last year. He was educated at Kingston University in London.

The Personality Of The Year award will be handed out at the Mobile News Awards at Hilton Park Lane. Other nominees include Simon Stanford from Samsung, Conor Pierce of Nokia,  Mark Mitchinson from Huawei and Robert Mukhejee of Vodafone.

The event will be hosted by comedian Greg Davies.


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