Panasonic Customer Service Number0843 658 6906
Call Customer Service Team At Panasonic If:
- You need technical support such as help with set up
- You need to claim your warranty or get a refund
- You want to find a stockist near you
Panasonic’s UK Customer Service Team Can Assist You With Its Products
Panasonic is an electronics retailer. To find a stockist near you, call Panasonic customer service.
The products they sell include but are not limited to: TV’s, home entertainment systems, cameras and camcorders, home appliances, phones, media and headphones, lighting, personal and health care, air conditioning, batteries and professional products. Products are also designed for businesses, such as professional camera and PC solutions, visual solutions and solar panels amongst others. You can shop for Panasonic products online, in special Panasonic high street stores or in multi product stores such as Argos and Currys.
Panasonic provide support for their products if you ring the Panasonic customer service UK team. This ranges from instructions and registering your products to receiving newsletters. The company has service centres dotted around the country.
Panasonic was founded in Japan in 1918 under the name Matsushita Electronics, after it’s founder. It maintained this name until 2008. Panasonic employs 330,000 staff around the world, and is the worlds fourth largest television manufacturer.
Panasonic has been one of the longest-standing manufactures of televisions and been at the forefront of design for TV’s for many years. The firm from Japan is usually associated with high-end plasma TVs, but they have now announced plans to end its plasma TV production, focusing on LED, OLED and 4K production instead.
TV’s from Panasonic start from 24 inch screen that cost less than £300 up to 55 inch models that will cost in the region of £2,000.
The model numbers of Panasonic TVs are fairly easy to understand. These are key things to remember:
- All of the TVs start with TX, to denote that they are UK models
- The first letter in the model name informs you of the type of TV it is, for example “L” meaning LED TV and “P” means Plasma
- The first number indicates the screen size, such as “42” meaning 42 inch
- The following letters and numbers means the series that the model is a part of and the features it includes. An example would be a series that has a “T”, it means a TV has 3D capabilities
- “C”, “E”, “U” and “X” are entry level models
- “ET” and “ST” are for mid range models
- “DT” and “WT” are for premium LED models
- “GT” and “VT” are for the premium plasma models
Phones By Panasonic
Panasonic offers a wide range of phones with various features, including answering machines, additional handsets and premium design models.
The KX-PRW120E model includes the Smartphone Connect feature, which means that you can use up to 4 smartphones and tablets as additional DECT handsets. To do this, you will need a wireless router for WiFi connectivity and the Smartphone Connect app to be installed on each device to function. You can also play answering system messages over your mobile device.
The KX-PRX120E model allows you to use your home phone similar to how you would use your smartphone and includes features such as:
- Home phone
- Answering system
- Video calls
- Social networks
- Web browsing
In order to use these features, you may have to download and install applications and will need to be connected to a WiFi network.
Panasonic offers a selection of cameras of varying capabilities, from simple point and shoot digital compact cameras, through to DSLRs and up to premium film standard devices, as well as lenses.
Panasonic’s brand of consumer cameras are known as Lumix, and encompasses pocket, point and shoot models up to DSLRs. The majority of Lumix cameras are equipped with Leica lenses.
Leica is a well known German optics company, famous for manufacturing Leica cameras. Most of the Leica branded digital point and shoot cameras are produced by Panasonic in Japan, although the film cameras aren’t.
Nubo, Panasonic’s latest home surveillance camera was revealed at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The camera will alert you to burglars via your mobile phone and comes with various features, such as being waterproof, designed for both indoor and outdoor use, two way communication and starts at a base price of £160 and £5 as month after that.
The Nubo is the first 4G surveillance camera on the market and works through its built in sensors detecting human shapes. It will then start recording automatically if it sees a person and the clips are sent to a free cloud service. The footage is recorded at 720p and 10 frames per second to limit the amount of data used by the camera. If it is connected to a Wi-Fi network, this will increase up to 30fps and 1080p.
The device will also work on 2G and 3G networks as well.
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