on 26-11-2017 11:16
I suggest that the answer to the question set out in my post subject is because like so many organisations O2 wish to avoid any contact with their customers. Even the Email that tells me what my O2 bill has a message saying don't bother to reply to us because we have no intrest in you other than taking your money.
Today I received an Email telling me that I can view my bill but try as as hard as I could I could not get into it and there was no information such as an Email address or a text number that I could use to ask why.
I'm very hard of hearing which is why I use a mobile which allows me to text, how can I contact customer service for an answer by texing or by Email?
26-11-2017 11:23 - edited 26-11-2017 11:25
Use live chat if you can't hear very well...
We have no access to your account so can't really advise on specific issues. If there is anything else you want to ask us then please feel free.
There is no email or texting facility to contact O2 sadly....Welcome to the community
on 26-11-2017 11:25
Yes there are means and ways. The old type talk service has been replaced by NGTS so have a look here for hearing help.
Scroll down for NGTS.
There is also the live chat option
on 26-11-2017 11:37
I copied the journey I made attempting to get into my bill but most of it has not shown. The key line might be the last line I found.bottom one.
"You don't have any products or services in this My O2 account."
If thats the case how did I receive an Email from O2?
If you have any queries on your bill then you will need to contact O2 via the links here https://www.o2.co.uk/contactus
Why not try O2 Community?
Join the conversation for real customer feedback and support.
Still prefer to pick up the phone?
My O2 products and services
You don't have any products or services in this My O2 account.
on 26-11-2017 11:52
@AnonymousThere's a mini guide here about using your phone to display your bill
You will need to access My O2 first http://www.o2.co.uk/myo2
on 26-11-2017 13:00
I posted a reply but its disapered and I kept no copy. Maybe O2 didnt like it. I'll sort it out tomorrow by blocking the direct debit and finding a more customer concious provider. Its not the money, its simply being treated with the level of contempt that O2 has for its customers.
on 26-11-2017 13:10
There is no email address..unless you go into the complaints section..and look at Complaints Review section
"If you've spoken to a manager and you're not satisfied with how we've handled your complaint, the Complaint Review Service can help – they'll carry out an impartial review of your complaint.
We'll help you escalate your complaint or you can contact our Complaint Review Service directly by email or post.
O2 Complaints Review Service
PO BOX 694
on 26-11-2017 17:20