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  • how do I make a payment

  • I don't understand what's on my bill. Can you explain it?

  • Can I see an itemised bill?

  • How can I print/download a copy of my bill?

    • To download or print a copy of your bill log into ‘My O2’ and go to ‘My Bill’. Once in your online bill if you scroll down to the bottom of the bill you will see a ‘Download PDF’ option. Here you can either view or print off a copy of your bill. You will need a PDF reader which can also be downloaded from the same page.
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  • What does 'Analyse my bill' do?

    • It puts your ten most expensive calls into a pie chart. And it lists the numbers you dial least often in a table. To use it, go to My O2, and click 'My bill' on the left hand side of the page. Then click 'Analyse my bill'.
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  • How do I get a VAT invoice?

    • Get in touch with us to show online VAT invoices on your account. Sorry, but we can't send you VAT invoices for old bills. 

      Online VAT invoices are free. Or we can send out VAT invoices by post for £4.25 (plus VAT) for each invoice. Contact us to order a VAT invoice by post.

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  • What do the descriptions mean on my itemised bill?

    • To make it easier to read your bill, we replaced some of the numbers you dialled with the name of the service. Here's a list of the numbers and their service names.

      Number dialledService
      1200            TrafficLine
      1710CallAlert setup
      1750Voicemail setup
      1760Voicemail – cancellation
      2211O2 Treats
      2244GroupChat sign-up
      2255Conferencing sign-up
      2266My Europe sign-up
      2402The O2 (tickets)
      322Group Conference
      323Group Chat
      402O2 customer service team
      6235O2 Music
      901Voicemail
      202O2 customer service team
      7802000332Text message centre
      447713000000        Internet on your phone abroad
      447802000000        Voicemail abroad


      These numbers won't show as the service name in the 'Recent charges' part of your online account.

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  • Can I see itemised messages?

    • Yes. Here's how: 

      1. Sign in to 'View my bill'
      2. Choose 'My bill' on the left hand side
      3. Choose 'Recent charges'
      4. Choose 'What I’ve used'
      5. Select 'Messages'
      6. Click 'Total cost of messages sent'.

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  • Can you explain my first bill?

    • Your first bill comes within a few days of you joining us. It is slightly different to later ones. 

      That's because we charge for line rental a month in advance. So your first bill will show two charges: the cost of the minutes and texts you used before we printed off your first bill – and the cost of your next month, in advance.

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  • Can you explain my final bill?

    • When you cancel your O2 contract, you get a final bill. It's called a 'termination bill', and it's the last bill we send you. 

      Your termination bill covers every cost (line rental, calls, texts, data costs etc) up to the day you leave O2.

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  • How do I pay my final bill?

    • We'll take the payment for your final bill by Direct Debit as normal. If you cancel your Direct Debit before we take the money, you'll need to make a one-off payment. You can do it by debit or credit card – here's how: 

      1. Sign in to My O2
      2. Click 'My Bill' on the left.
      3. Click 'Payments' on the left of the screen.
      4. Click 'Make a payment' again on the left.
      5. Follow the instructions to pay by debit or credit card.

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  • Where can I see what I've used since my last bill?

  • Can I see my old bills online?

    • Yes. 

      1. Sign in to your current bill.
      2. Click 'My bill' on the left.
      3. Click 'Previous bills' again on the left.
      4. Choose the bill you want to look at from the drop-down list in the 'Select Bill' box

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  • Can you explain the VAT page?

    • The VAT page on your bill lists which parts of your bill include VAT. It shows the total for those parts. And it shows the total VAT you pay. 

      It's not a VAT invoice. To get a VAT invoice, email us. 

      Here's an explanation of what you can see on the VAT page. 

      Account number - Our reference number for your O2 mobile(s) 

      Statement date - The date your bill was printed 

      VAT rate (%) - The rate of VAT that we charge 

      Charges subject to VAT - A summary of the services you are paying for that include VAT 

      Total charges subject to VAT - Total value of all the services on your bill that include VAT 

      Print - Opens a new page that lets you print a copy of your VAT page

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  • I pay by cash/cheque. If I move to online billing, how do I pay?

  • I asked for an online bill, but now I need a paper bill. How do I get one?

    • If you need a paper bill because you aren't on the internet, ask us to set one up. If you have access to the internet you can print and save your online bill at My O2. Once you have selected the bill you want, click Download PDF bill (which will be listed at the bottom). 

      This will then produce a fully itemised bill in PDF format with the O2 logo, our address, page number, number of pages, your name, your address, your bill date and bill number. If you have requested VAT invoices, this will also include our VAT number. Just save it, and then print. You can also print and save previous bills. If you have an iPhone or Mobile Broadband, you can't get paper bills. 

      **Please note that you will need the latest version of Adobe to download your online bill

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  • What are the different ways to pay my bill?

      1. Go to My O2 and choose 'My bill' on the left hand side 

      2. Click 'Payments' on the left of the screen. 

      3. Choose 'Make Payment'. 

      4. Go to the 'Payment Type' drop-down box and choose 'Bill Payment'. Then choose the credit or debit card you want to use from the 'My Card' drop-down box. 

      5. Click 'Make Payment'. 

      6. Type in your payment details. Tip: If you want to pay a different amount, change the selection from 'Balance Due' to 'Other Cost (£)'. Type in the amount you want to pay (including VAT) and click 'Make Payment'. 

      7. Check that everything's correct. Then confirm the payment.


      You can also pay using our automated payment line. Call 0844 8090202 or 202 from your O2 mobile and choose option 1.3.

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  • How do I change my payment details?

  • How can I view my bills online?

  • How do I register for online billing?

    • Monthly

      Simply follow the link below.

      To register for online billing, you will need:

      • your billing account number (this can be found at the top of your phone bill)
      • your mobile phone - make sure it is switched on
      • your mobile phone number (enter *#100# SEND to check, if you are unsure)
      • your email address
      • your postal address.
      Register for online billing

      Pay as you go

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service but you can TopUp your phone and manage your other services online. 

      Go to TopUp Online

      Business

      Business have their own online billing service which is slightly different from the pay monthly one.
      To register for business online billing, you'll need both a Vodafone mobile number and a copy of a Vodafone bill for that number. 

      You need a copy of the bill as part of the security check, and you need the mobile phone as we may send you an access code by text message.

      Register for business online billing


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  • Can you explain my bill to me?

  • Why is my first bill higher than expected?

    • Monthly

      Your first bill includes a proportionate amount of line rental plus any other usage charges from your date of joining to the date of your first bill.
      It also includes the following month's line rental, line rental is always billed in advance. 

      We have made a video with Gerry to help explain how your bill looks and what it all means - it covers everything from your first bill through to going abroad and upgrading. You can watch it online now 

      Ask Gerry about your bill

      Pay as you go

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service.

      Business

      Your first bill includes a proportionate amount of line rental plus any other usage charges from your date of joining to the date of your first bill.
      It also includes the following month's line rental, line rental is always billed in advance.


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  • How can I get an itemised copy of my phone bill?

    • Monthly

      If you register for My account you can see your bills online for free. If you want itemised paper billing this costs £1.54 a month for each number. Just text ITEMISED to 97888 and we'll text you back when it's done.

      We have made a video with Gerry to help explain how your bill looks and what it all means - it covers everything from your first bill through to going abroad and upgrading. You can watch it online now 

      Ask Gerry about your bill

      Register for online billing

      Pay as you go



      Business

      You can register to see your bills online - this is a free service.

      To register for business online billing, you'll need your Vodafone mobile phone handy - as we may send you an access code by text message. You'll also need a copy of your Vodafone bill for that number - as part of the security check. Once you are registered you will get your paper summary bill only. 

      If you don't want this, simply let us know and we will remove it for you.

      If you want itemised billing on your paper phone bill we can do this, however there will be a minimum charge of £1.54 per mobile number per bill.

      Register for business online billing


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  • My bill shows text messages sent at exactly the same time - how is this possible?

  • What are 'payment administration charges'?

    • Monthly / Business

      If you pay your bill other than by direct debit - such as credit card, cheque or cash - then you will be charged payment administration charges or admin charges. This is because those methods of payment have higher processing costs than direct debits.

      Pay as you go

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service.


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  • What does CFU mean on my bill?

    • Monthly / Business

      CFU is an abbreviation for Call Forward Unconditional.

      This is when you redirect all your incoming calls to another number (mobile or fixed line) - the redirect leg of the call is chargeable. Redirecting to Voicemail is free of charge.

      Pay as you go

      CFU is an abbreviation for Call Forward Unconditional.

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service.


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  • What does Cr on my bill mean?

  • What does ICS on my bill mean?

  • What does STC stand for on my bill?

  • What does VP stand for on my bill?

  • Why do I have a number on my bill I don't recognise?

    • Monthly / Business

      This could be your Vodafone Voicemail number. This number will show on your bill if you pick up messages when abroad. 
      We have recently moved everyone from individual voicemail numbers to the generic access number - +447836 121 121

      Another number that could show on your bill is the Vodafone message centre number+447785016005. All text and picture messages are sent automatically to this number then forwarded to the intended recipient's number.

      Pay as you go

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service.


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  • How can I pay my mobile phone bill - can I do it online?

    • Monthly

      There are lots of ways you can pay your phone bill:

      • Direct Debit - this is the simplest way for you to pay your phone bill. For all other methods of payment we charge an administration fee. To set up a Direct Debit contact customer services on 191 from your Vodafone mobile, or on 08700 700191 from a landline.
      • Pay online - to pay online you'll need to log in to My account. Then select Make one off payments by card and follow the on-screen instructions.
      • By credit or debit card - please call customer services on 191 from your Vodafone mobile, and have your card details ready.
      • By BACS - our sort code for BACS payments is 20-00-00 and our account number is 30830208. Please enter your account number and name as a reference.
      • By post - please make your cheque payable to Vodafone Limited and include your full account number on the back. Send your cheque and Giro slip from your bill to us seven days before the payment date. Please do not post cash. The address is: Vodafone Limited, PO Box 932, DONCASTER, DN4 5XW.
      • At a bank - you can pay by cash or cheque at any bank. Please make your cheque payable toVodafone Limited and include your bank account number on the back. If you don't have an account at the particular bank where you make the payment, they may not accept your payment or they may charge a fee.
      Login to My account

      Contact Customer Service

      Pay as you go

      If you are a pay as you go customer you will not receive any bills.

      Business

      There are lots of ways you can pay your phone bill:

      • Direct Debit - this is the simplest way for you to pay your phone bill. For all other methods of payment we charge an administration fee. To set up a Direct Debit contact customer services on 191 from your Vodafone mobile, or on 08700 700191 from a landline.
      • Pay online - to pay online you'll need to log in to My account. Then select Make one off payments by card and follow the on-screen instructions.
      • By credit or debit card - please call customer services on 191 from your Vodafone mobile, and have your card details ready.
      • By BACS - our sort code for BACS payments is 20-00-00 and our account number is 30830208. Please enter your account number and name as a reference.
      • By post - please make your cheque payable to Vodafone Limited and include your full account number on the back. Send your cheque and Giro slip from your bill to us seven days before the payment date. Please do not post cash. The address is: Vodafone Limited, PO Box 932, DONCASTER, DN4 5XW.
      • At a bank - you can pay by cash or cheque at any bank. Please make your cheque payable toVodafone Limited and include your bank account number on the back. If you don't have an account at the particular bank where you make the payment, they may not accept your payment or they may charge a fee.
      Login to My account

      Contact Business Customer Service

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  • I'm having trouble paying my bill - who can I talk to?

    • Monthly

      If you are having financial problems, or have a drop in income, and have a bill to pay then please contact Customer Service (their number can be found at the top of your bill), and ask to speak to the Credit Control team.

      They will be able to work out a mutually beneficial payment plan to ensure your mobile service is not stopped due to non-payment. Please be aware though that repeated non-payments may result in the phone being barred until payment is made. 

      Contact Customer Service

      Pay as you go

      Pay as you go is a non-billing service.

      Business

      If you are having financial problems, or have a drop in income, and have a bill to pay then please contact Customer Service (their number can be found at the top of your bill), and ask to speak to the Credit Control team.

      They will be able to work out a mutually beneficial payment plan to ensure your mobile service is not stopped due to non-payment. Please be aware though that repeated non-payments may result in the phone being barred until payment is made. 

      Contact Business Customer Service


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  • When do I get my first iPhone bill?

    • You'll receive notification of your first bill by email approximately four working days after you activate your iPhone. 

      Your first bill will include one month's line rental in advance, as well as a charge for line rental and any call charges from the day the account was opened until the bill was generated.

    • View More: O2 When do I get my first iPhone bill?
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  • How much will it cost to use my iPhone when I'm abroad?

    • Some of our tariffs come with International Traveller Service(ITS) which means you will enjoy discounted rates compared to our standard prices, when you make and receive calls abroad. To check if your tariff has ITS log on to MyO2 and you will be able to see what bolt ons are included within your tariff within the My Bolt On’s Summary section

      View call charges International Call Service 

       

      Your inclusive data and Wi-Fi allowances only apply to usage in the UK. Downloading 1MB of data in an EU country will cost £3 and the same amount of data in a non EU country will cost £6. We will stop charging you for data abroad when your data usage reaches £40 (inc VAT) wherever you are in the world, you can then use up to 50MB without any additional charges.

       

      We'll also send you alerts when you've spent £20 and £40; when you're nearing the 50MB limit and if you reach it. If you do reach 50MB; your data service will automatically stop, so if you want to use more you'll need to opt in to a higher spending cap (ideally before you go) by calling Customer Services.

       

      To use your data on your iPhone abroad you will need to ensure that you have data roaming switched on, to do this you need to follow the below steps:

       

      • Settings

      • General

      • Slide the Data Roaming switch across to yes

       

      If you're abroad Wi-Fi will be subject to local charges.

       

      Please note some of the unique features of this iPhone automatically use data services. You may wish to turn off some of these services before you travel e.g. automatic email updates. You can do this by selecting - Settings – General – Network – Data Roaming – switch button to 'Off'.


    • View More: O2 How much will it cost to use my iPhone when I'm abroad?
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  • Will I be charged for someone leaving me a voicemail message when I am abroad?

    • If you are abroad when the call is diverted to Voicemail on no answer or busy, the caller is charged for a UK deposit call and you will be charged for a UK to roaming call and a roaming call to voicemail (this is as per 901). If the call is diverted to voicemail on unreachable, the caller is charged for a UK deposit call and you are not charged. 

      Note: If you do not wish to receive these charges we recommend that the Voicemail divert is disabled before leaving the UK. 
      To switch Voicemail divert off dial 1760. To then switch it back on when you are back in the UK dial 1750.

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  • How do I view my bill?

  • your pay monthly mobile bill

    • Orange invoice you a month in advance for plan and bundle charges and monthly in arrears for call and message charges, you'll receive a bill from us each month to tell you how much you need to pay.

       

      There are 2 different ways that you can choose to receive your monthly bills:

      • Paper Bill- this is where you’ll receive your bill through the post each month

      • E-bill- this is 'electronic billing' accessed through Your Account. An e-bill displays the same detail as the itemised printed bill, split over a series of tabs to make viewing easier for you. You can also download and print a copy of the bill in PDF format.

      If you choose e-billing it will be your responsibility to check your e-bills through Your Account online via the Orange website. We'll send you a text message each month to let you know your bill is ready to view. This text is an automatic prompt and can't be turned off.

       

      We've put together a guide to your Orange e-bill to help you understand e-billing when you first start using it.

       

      If you haven't yet signed up to receive e-bills you can still view up to 18 months of your bills in PDF format via Your Account. E-bills will start being generated on your bill date after signing up.


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  • how do I change the type of bill I receive?

    • There are 2 ways that you can change your bill type:

      • By accessing Your Account and selecting 'billing and payments', you’ll then be able to see how your account is currently set up to receive bills and there will be a link to click on so that you can change this.

      • By calling 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline and speaking to a Customer Services agent (call charges may vary).

      If you would like your bill in a format specifically designed for a visual or hearing impairment we have several options that are available to you:

      • Braille

      • Large print

      • CD

      • Plain text (you’ll need Text to Speech software to be able to receive your bills this way).

      You will continue to receive an original bill and the additional specially formatted bill will arrive approximately 7 days later.

       

      The specially formatted bills will be free of charge, however if you choose to receive the original bill in paper format then the standard monthly charge of £1.54 per account per month will be applicable (unless it’s free as part of your plan). Also, any copy bill requests will still be subject to the standard charge of £3.06 per invoice.

       

      To request to change your bill type to one of the above 4 options you’ll need to speak to a Customer Services agent by calling 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline (call charges may vary).


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  • how do I raise a query about my bill?

    • if you use e-billing

       

      Once you have selected an e-bill to view, there are 2 different ways you can raise a bill query:

      • On the Summary tab - here you can raise a general query. The link to do this is located on the first tab of the e-bill ‘summary’ at the bottom of the page.

      • On the Itemised tab - here you can raise a query about a specific line item on your bill. The ‘query bill’ button is located at the bottom of each page of itemisation. Once you have selected the item you want to query click on ‘submit bill query’. You then need to read the FAQs that will be displayed and then click on ‘send a message’ and complete the form displayed.

      You will receive a response directly in to your Your Account inbox. You’ll also get a text message to let you know when it’s there. 

       

      Of course you can still call customer services with your bill query if you’d prefer to; just call 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline (call charges may vary).

        

      if you receive your bill through the post and don’t use e-billing

       

      You'll need to call customer services on 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline and speak to a Customer Services agent (call charges may vary).


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  • how do I request a copy bill?

    • Before requesting a copy bill you need to be aware:

      • That we can only provide copy bills:

        • If the original invoice is under 18 months old. If the original bill is over 18 months old but less than 24 months old we may be able to provide a copy bill, however we can not guarantee that the bill will still be available due to archiving. If the original bill is over 24 months old then we will send you a statement of account instead.

        • If the original invoice was less than 250 pages, if it had over 250 pages then we can either send you a statement of account or a non itemised bill, you won’t be able to have an itemised copy bill.

      • If you are requesting a copy bill by calling customer services then you will be charged £3.06 per copy bill requested.

      There are three ways that you can get a copy bill:

       

      • Online at Your Account, once you’ve logged in click on ‘view your bills’ then select the bill you want a copy of, either as an e-bill or by clicking on ‘download PDF’, and then you’ll be able to print the bill. You can view the last 24 months bills on Your Account.

      • By calling 150 from your handset and following the voice prompts. If you request a copy bill this way, by using the automated service,:

        • You can request any combination of your last three bills.

        • You can not request a copy of a bill that’s only been produced in the last two weeks.

        • The copies will be sent to the billing address that we have on record for you.

        • If the bill you want a copy of is over three months old then you will need to speak to a customer services agent.

        • You can only request copy bills relating to the handset you are calling from.

        Once you have requested your copies a text message will be sent to your handset confirming that your request is being processed.

      • By calling 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline and speaking to a Customer Services agent (call charges may vary).


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  • How can I check what minutes and texts I'm using?

    • There are 4 different ways that you can check your remaining minutes, messages and data:

      • By logging in to Your Account. Your remaining minutes and bundles are displayed on the ‘account summary’ page immediately after logging in.

      • Via Orange World on your handset. You can either:

        • Access Orange World by clicking on on your handset and then enter 'Your Account'.

        • If you don't know the address for Orange World, or don't have the icon in your menu then send a text saying OW to 247 for free and you'll get a link to the free Orange World homepage where you can then access 'Your Account' and check what you have remaining.

      • If you have an iPhone or an Android based device you’ll be able to find out your remaining allowances by using the Your Orange application and clicking on the ‘Your Account’ link. If you haven’t yet downloaded the Your Orange app:

        • if you have an iPhone you can download it from the App store or from iTunes.

        • if you have an Android device you can download it from Google Marketplace on your handset.

      • By calling 150 from your handset or 07973 100 150 from a landline (call charges may vary)and selecting option 1, then option 1 again.


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  • make a payment: not authorised

    • We take security seriously to ensure the safety of your online details. As your bank hasn’t authenticated your card, we’re unable to take a payment using the card. You will need to call your bank to find out why the payment hasn’t been authenticated.

      To top up your phone, you could make a payment with another card as we allow you to nominate two cards to your phone. Alternatively, click here to find out about other ways you can top-up your phone.


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  • Understanding your bill - interactive help guide

  • O2 on Twitter

    • The official home of O2 UK on Twitter. Run by the social media team. We’re helping wherever we can. 
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  • Vodafone Twitter Page

  • Orange Twitter Page

    • @OrangeHelpers
      We're here Monday to Friday, 9am to 5:30pm, to help with your questions about everything from handsets to contracts, apps to bills & tariffs to texts

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  • O2 Blog

    • Welcome to O2's Blog, where you can pick up news from O2 and subscribe to updates.
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  • Orange Facebook Page

  • O2 Facebook Page

  • Vodafone Facebook Page

  • Orange Pay Monthly Contact Details

  • Orange Pay and Go Contact Details

  • Vodafone Contact Details

    • Existing Vodafone customer
      You can contact us by calling 191 from your Vodafone phone.

      Already a Vodafone customer and calling from another phone?

      Calling us in the UK
      (Lines open 24 hours*)

      Pay monthly08700 700191
      Pay as you go08700 776655
      * lost and stolen calls only between 8pm and 8am

      Calling us from abroad

      Pay monthly+44 7836 191 191
      Pay as you go+44 7836 191 919

      Not a Vodafone customer yet?

      Pay monthly08080 408 408*

      Please note that your calls may be monitored for quality assurance and training purposes.

      *Opening hours: 8am-8pm Mon to Sun


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  • O2 Pay Monthly Contact Details

    • Pay Monthly Customer ServiceDialCharges
      From your O2 mobile202Free
      From a landline0844 809 02025p / min
      Opening hoursMonday - Friday08:00 - 21:00
       Saturday08:00 - 20:00
       Sunday08:00 - 18:00


      Pay Monthly iPhone Customer ServiceDialCharges
      From your iPhone2302Free
      From a landline0844 875 23025p / min
      Opening hoursMonday - Friday08:00 - 21:00
       Saturday08:00 - 20:00
       Sunday08:00 - 18:00


       5p per minute from a BT landline, other providers’ charges may vary. 


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  • O2 Pay and Go Contact Details

    • Pay & Go Customer ServiceDialCharges
      From your O2 mobile444525p per call
      From a landline0844 809 02225p / min
      Opening hoursMonday - Friday08:00 - 21:00
       Saturday08:00 - 20:00
       Sunday08:00 - 18:00


      Pay & Go iPhone Customer ServiceDialCharges
      From your iPhone230225p per call
      From a landline0844 875 23025p / min
      Opening hoursMonday - Friday08:00 - 21:00
       Saturday08:00 - 20:00
       Sunday08:00 - 18:00


      Top-Up LineDialCharges
      From your O2 mobile4444Free
      From a landline0845 606 2277Local rate
      Opening hoursMonday - Sunday24 hours


       5p per minute from a BT landline, other providers’ charges may vary. 
       Local rate from a BT landline, other providers’ charges may vary 


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