O2 Contact Number0843 658 0834
Why Call the O2 Contact Number for Customer Service?
O2 Customer Service is the universal contact number to call to deal with any type of query you may have. Whether you need help with their mobile, broadband or business services, the O2 contact number will be able to help.
Some of the more common reasons to use the O2 Customer contact number is if you:
- Are looking to view or pay a bill
- Are looking to upgrade your phone
- Are looking to view your balance or are looking to amend or upgrade your current tariff
- Are planning to use your phone abroad and require more information on service, charges and insurance services
- Are having difficulties with your current SIM card or need to unlock your phone
- Need assistance with a technical problem relating to network coverage
- Need further assistance on any of their personal or business products and services
What Do they Offer Their UK Customers?
Although they are the second biggest telecommunications provider in the UK, they predominantly focus on providing their customers with the best deals in the industry, additional services to improve their day-to-day lives and customer loyalty schemes to encourage long-term customer relationships.
Along with their continued commitment customer service, one of the recent initiatives O2 have launched is the ‘Prioirty Moments’ scheme which offers their customers first access to some of the biggest acts in entertainment such as music concerts, new film releases, sporting events and hospitality events.
Another of their recent initiatives is the ‘Fair Deal’ scheme which was setup to give their current customers access to new deals, devices and services that would of otherwise only been open to new customers.
O2 Recycle is one of the latest services O2 have recently launched in the UK for 2013. The aim of the O2 customers to sell any of their old, broken or unwanted phones, mp3 players and other electronic gadgets. In return O2 pays the customer in gift vouchers or cash for their products. O2 does not take any of the fees raised from recycling.
Where Is O2’s Head Office Located?
The head office for Telefonica, the company that owns O2, can be found at: 260 Bath Rd, Slough SL1 4DX.
O2 first started life in 2002 as the culmination of BT’s merger of its UK, Ireland, German and Dutch mobile divisions. In 2005 the brand was bought by the Spanish telecom giant Telefonica for £18 billion with a key part of the deal to keep the O2 brand and its UK headquarters. Today they are one of the UK and Europe’s strongest telecom provider.
In January 2012, they announced that they intend roll-out free access to millions of residents and visitors in the London area by creating Europe’s largest free Wi-Fi zone.
In June 2012, O2 and Vodafone agreed a deal that would enable them to share their network technology, effectively allowing them to compete with the recent merger of their main competitors – Orange and T-Mobile who later went on to form the company EE (Everything Everywhere).
As of 2010, it is estimated that 02 earned nearly £3 billion in revenues. It employs over 10,000 people across Europe with many based in its Headquaters located in Slough.
Alternative Methods Of Getting In Touch With O2
There are several different ways to contact O2 via email. These include:
- Customer Services: [email protected]
- Complaints: [email protected]
- Nuisance Calls Department: [email protected]
Do you love live music and events? If you regularly visit the O2 Arena, Number Direct can transfer you to the O2 Arena Phone Number.
Why would I call O2 Broadband customer services?
- To get help setting up your connection.
- To discuss an issue with your broadband.
- To get help paying your bill.
What Do O2 Do?
O2 are a mainstream mobile network supplier in the UK. If you need support with your O2 broadband connection you can call O2 Broadband customer services. O2 has numerous stores on the UK high street as well as a direct website. In May 2013, O2 broadband was officially sold to Sky; meaning that any broadband contract with O2 is now with Sky. O2 plans to move their customers to Sky starting in October 2013. You can speak to the customer services team if you need more information regarding this. O2 also launched a new campaign in 2013, titled “Be More Dog”. The idea behind the campaign is to encourage people to take more risks and get out there, like dogs do, rather than just milling around waiting for something to happen, the way cats may do. O2 also offers its customers priority rewards. Priority rewards are exclusive to O2 customers, and mean that they can get access to pre-sale tickets for gigs, discounts on things in their area and listen to exclusive albums before anyone else.
Why Would I Call The O2 Arena Contact Phone Number?
0843 557 4552
- To make a ticket booking.
- To get a refund for cancelled events.
- To find out stage times for live events.
Contact O2 Arena For More Info About Events And Services
The O2 Arena is a multipurpose indoor arena. If you wish to book tickets for an event at the arena, call the O2 Arena Phone Number. Upcoming events at the arena at the time of writing in 2013 include: the Beyoncé Mrs. Carter show, the 19th National Television Awards, Disney on Ice, the Strictly Come Dancing tour and Miley Cyrus.
If you are an O2 customer, you can access priority ticket sales for events at the O2 Arena using your mobile phone. O2 Arena phone deals are often sent out as text messages to customers on a weekly basis. The O2 Arena is part of the O2 entertainment complex on the Greenwich Peninsula in London.
To get to the O2 Arena, the nearest tube station is the North Greenwich station on the Jubilee Line. The arena also has a cinema, and can host exhibitions and has a smaller, more intimate section called the indigO2 where smaller artists play. There is also an Entertainment Avenue with bars and restaurants. The O2 Arena contact number can assist you with directions and facilities.
About O2 Arena
The O2 Arena opened in 2007 at the former site of the Millenium Dome which closed in 2000. The arena has a capacity of up to 20,000 depending on the event,and the floor space can be changed between ice rink, basketball court and concert/exhibition space.
The O2 Arena is the second largest arena in the UK after the Manchester Arena, but sells more tickets than its Manchester counterpart. During the 2012 Olympics, the arena was referred to as the North Greenwich Arena due to the Olympics’ law against corporate sponsors.
May 16th, 2014
O2 is launching a new £7 million advertising campaign to promote its revamped app O2 Priority. The campaign, which is beginning on Saturday, is going to follow their popular ‘Be More Dog’ style which debuted in the UK last July. It will include TV, digital, radio and social media advertising.
The new advert will see O2’s cat help an audience learn how to receive offers, tickets and experiences by making the most of their Priority app. Members of the audience include England rugby players (O2 sponsors the team) and the general public. The advert will once again include narration from the Game Of Thrones star Sean Bean.
The new ‘Be More Dog’ television advert will debut during the FA Cup Final on ITV. It will later be shown during the new episode of the Kiefer Sutherland action series 24 on Sky. It will also be shown during Fargo, the TV remake of the classic black comedy by the Coen Brothers. It will be advertised on the homepages including MSN and YouTube too.
Priority is the UK’s biggest digital loyalty service. It was used by 7 million people in the first quarter of the year with customers taking advantage of up to 1000 different offers. Next Monday, the service will be updated to include a £1 lunch every Monday from vendors like Dominos, Upper Crust and Pumpkin Cafe.
O2’s marketing and consumer director Nina Bibby said: “Priority was created to help our customers live the good life with O2, thanks to hundreds of offers, discounts and deals available to choose from. Our new campaign reinforces that message in a playful way, encouraging people to Be More Dog and explore some fantastic experiences via our revamped app.”
December 12th, 2013
After much deliberation amid the mobile market, leading operator O2 has finally announced its own concrete plans for the completed roll-out of its highly anticipated 4G service.
Although the service was originally launched back in August this year, it was not yet available to all O2 customers – only those on particular tariffs or within certain locations of the UK. Slowly by surely, O2 has been working to expand its 4G outreach to all cities and customers throughout the UK.
After the original roll out, O2 announced its Pay As You Go 4G plans (excluding mobile broadband) earlier this month, and promised that details of its 4G mobile broadband plans would soon follow.
Indeed they have – O2 customers can choose between a Pay As You Go mobile broadband package, and a monthly contract mobile broadband package. The latter does not involve any long term commitments, such as early-leave fees, should customers wish to change or upgrade their contract when it is partway through.
The Pay As You Go package entitles customers to 5GB of 4G data for up to 90 days for a one-off price of £30. The Pay Monthly plan, meanwhile, will either be able to enjoy 3GB of data for £15 or 5GB data for £25. Unused data can be carried forward, although customers can be charged £10 per GB for going over their allotted usage.
As far as hardware goes, customers will have a choice of either a USB dongle or a WiFi device with which to enjoy their 4G broadband.
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