If you signed up to Three's home broadband or mobile broadband service, it’s likely you were after a trustworthy method to get online without a landline. Maybe you needed a more reliable way of getting connected "on the go", or Three’s mobile broadband products seemed a great option for a more temporary set up.
It can be frustrating if you’re having issues with any broadband, and we understand you're going to need to get those issues ironed out quick.
On this page, you’ll find all the different ways you can get in touch with Three for a quick solution.
How to contact Three home and mobile broadband support and customer service
Three broadband Live Chat
Three encourages customers to use its live chat service to talk to a member of its team. You can access this through the Three website. Live chat is open between 8am-10pm Monday to Friday, and 9am-8pm on weekends.
Three customer service contact number
Personal customers can speak to an advisor between 8am-8pm Monday to Friday, or 9am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Alternatively, those who have a Three mobile phone contract can quick-dial 333.
Three broadband postal address
There might be a few reasons why you need to get in touch with Three through the post. One of these could be that you’ve changed your billing name because you’ve married, divorced, or changed your name by Deed Poll.
If this is the reason, you’ll need to send one of the following:
- A copy of your marriage or civil partnership certificate, or a copy of your passport and a recent utility bill.
- A copy of a Deed Poll
- A copy of the decree absolute (if you’re divorced and want to use your maiden name).
Three Customer Services
PO Box 333
Many common tasks can be carried out using the Three app. You can also use this as a shortcut to access Live Chat. The Three App is available through the Apple Store or Google Play.
You can use the app for many reasons, including billing details, data allowances, coverage checking or support. You can also change your personal details through here.
Three Community forum
Sometimes you might get a quicker answer from the hive mind of other Three users. If you want to pick the brains of fellow customers (or have a rant), you can make posts and browse through the Three Community forum.
How to check Three's service status - is Three broadband down?
The Three app is a good tool for checking service status, but you can also see the network status its 4G or 5G network using the coverage checker page.
If it looks as if there’s a problem, there are a few things you should check before getting in touch with customer service.
First of all, make sure there are no obvious issues with your 5G or 4G Home Hub router. Reboot your devices and then the Hub. If the internet connection doesn’t spring back to life, the fault may be on Three’s side.
Check the Community forum to see if any other customers have reported issues. You may find carrying out a general search for Three is a little tricky on Twitter due to its name. If you’d like to send a message to Three’s support team, their tag is @ThreeUKSupport.
If you’re having problems with your Three service, you can also use a site such as Downdetector to check if other outage problems have been reported in the last 24 hours.
For more help, check out our guide to troubleshooting broadband.
How to complain about Three
Get in touch via X (formerly known as Twitter) and Facebook
Speak to customer services
If you’ve checked through the Three App for common problems, but you’re still having problems with your broadband, it may be time to speak to customer services. Contact them on 0333 338 1001, or 0333 338 1003 for mobile broadband issues.
Complain in writing
If you’d prefer to write, you can send your complaint to:
Three Customer Complaints
Hutchison 3G UK Ltd.
PO Box 333
Complaining about Three broadband Ombudsman Services: Communications
If you aren’t happy with any final resolutions, and it’s been over 8 weeks since you raised a complaint, you can get in touch with its Alternative Dispute Resolution Scheme.
To learn more about how to complain about broadband, read our in-depth guide.
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