Call the Ofcom contact number on 0870 218 3445 to enquire about communications services. The Ofcom customer service team is available should you wish to complain about or report issues relating to phone and postal services and TV or radio programmes. Call the Ofcom phone number to report nuisance calls or to learn more about broadband speeds and availability in your area. The Ofcom support team is available Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Ofcom Contact Number
0870 218 3445
Calls cost 13p per minute plus your phone companies access charge.
Ofcom Contact Numbers
|Customer Services||0300 123 3333|
|Ofcom Complaints||020 7981 3000|
|Numbering Applications||020 7981 3000|
|Licensing||0300 123 1000|
|Emergency Line||07866 423 619|
|Complaints||0300 123 3333|
|From Abroad||+44 300 123 3333|
Ofcom Complaints: 020 7981 3000
Call 020 7981 3000 to contact Ofcom complaints. When you call 020 7981 3000 you will be put in touch with Steve and he will review your case while making sure that you are happy with the end result that has been given. Contact 020 7981 3000 if you believe that your case has been mishandled or if you need to make some changes to the way that you get in contact with them. Dial 0300 123 3333 if you need some advice or call 020 7981 3040. If you want to complain in Welsh then make sure that you give the 020 7981 3042 contact number a call. The offices for Ofcom are open between the hours of 9am and 5pm. To send in your complaint by post use:
PO Box 1285
To complain about the digital service or anything else that is related to their website, send your complaints to:
2a Southwark Bridge Road
Numbering Applications: 020 7981 3000
Call 020 7981 3000 or 0300 123 3000 to call Ofcom about your numbering application or if you are having trouble submitting for it. Phone 0300 123 3000 if you would like to apply for a numbering application or if you would like to find out how you could benefit from using a certain telephone number. Call 0300 123 3000 if you want to talk with the Ofcom numbers team or if you would like to enquire to see if anything that you are doing now with your phones is against the law.
Licensing: 0300 123 1000
Call 0300 123 1000 to contact the Licensing team if you need to get your questions answered about licensing or if you need to get some help with the license that you have at the moment. Phone Ofcom if you would like to find out how you could benefit from licensing or if you would like to enquire to see if you can change the license that you do have for another type. This line is open between the hours of 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. You can send any emails to email@example.com. Send mail to:
2nd Floor Riverside House,
2a Southwark Bridge Road,
Emergency Line: 07866 423 619
Phone 07866 423 619 to talk with the Ofcom customer service team about your current emergency and to also find out if there is anything you can do to get out of hours care. All applications that are sent to Ofcom are completed by the emergency coordinator and you will need to pay £55 in admissions in order to benefit from this.
Ofcom is a competition authority and it is their job to make sure that everything is done to try and regulate the industry as well as making sure that competitions are more than fair when they are hosted. Of course, it is also their job to make sure that everyone is getting the right prizes when they do win and they also make sure that the competition is not biased in any way as well so this is another thing that needs to be taken into account. If you would like to find out how Ofcom can help you then all you have to do is give the Ofcom contact number a call.
The Ofcom customer service team would be more than happy to help you with whatever you need and they can also help you to know if you can make any changes to the way that your competition is run as well so if you would like to find out more then all you have to do is give the Ofcom customer service team a call today. The Ofcom phone number is going to be open normal working hours and this is one of the main benefits that you get when you do get in touch.