How to contact BT Broadband support and customer service
BT customer service opening hours are 8am to 9pm seven days a week. Technical support is available 24/7.
BT also has a 24/7 automated service that can be used to pay bills, hear current call charges or balance, and manage direct debits.
BT Broadband contact telephone numbers
Contact BT customer services and technical support by phone using the following numbers:
|BT Broadband customer services and technical support number||Opening hours|
|0800 800 150 (from the UK)
+44 150 174 7714 (from outside the UK)
|Monday to Friday: 8am - 9pm
Weekends & Bank Holidays: 8am - 8pm
|0800 443 311 (automated line)||24/7|
BT Broadband online live chat
BT also offers online live chat between 7am and 11pm, seven days a week.
Access BT live chat through their online help portal.
BT postal address
To contact BT in writing, use this address:
BT Correspondence Centre
Or save on stamps using the online contact form.
Is BT Broadband down? How to check BT broadband service status
If it looks like your BT broadband service is offline, there are several tools available for you to check the service status, so you don’t necessarily need to call tech support.
First, check the official BT service status page. This will display issues with BT phones, broadband, email, TV and mobile services.
Another good avenue is the official BT Broadband Twitter.
You can also use the third-party tool Down Detector, which provides service updates not just on BT Broadband but a huge range of providers and services.
For more help with broadband connectivity issues, please read our guide to troubleshooting broadband.
How to complain about BT Broadband
Get in touch via phone
Calling is the fastest way to resolve your complaint.
0800 432 0137.
Opening times are Monday to Sunday, 8am to 8pm
Get in touch via Twitter
Before you take things any further, it might be worth tweeting @BT_UK on Twitter. The public nature of Twitter can provide some extra motivation for complaints to be handled quickly. And you may find that the BT Twitter account can provide a quick solution to technical problems.
Complain in writing
Complaints can also be directed to BT in writing at:
PO Box 334
Be sure to include your phone number, email address and BT account number.
You can also submit a written complaint using the online contact form.
Complaining about BT to Ombudsman Service: Communication
If you cannot reach a satisfactory resolution with BT, you can submit a complaint to the ombudsman. Each provider is a member of one of two ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) schemes; for BT Broadband, you need to contact Ombudsman Service: Communication.
To make use of the ADR process, you need to have received a deadlock letter from BT (a document that states that neither side can agree on a solution). However, you can complain to the ombudsman without a deadlock letter if at any point you have not had a response from BT for at least eight weeks.
Before complaining about BT, read our in-depth guide to complaining about broadband, which explains the various steps in a lot more detail.
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