How to contact Sky broadband support and customer service
Sky Broadband offers several contact options, from making a phone call to online diagnostics and live chat. Whether you start with a call or an email, it's useful to know if there will be someone on the other end of the line.
Customer service opening hours for Sky Broadband support are 8.30am to 11:00 pm, Monday to Friday; 8.30 am to 10:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday.
Sky Broadband contact numbers
For many, speaking to someone is better than online help. If this sounds like you, calling Sky Broadband customer service will probably be more comfortable.
Keep a note of the Sky Broadband customer service phone number: 0800 151 2747.
Customer services are open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 11:00 pm, and 8.30 am to 10:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Remember to listen carefully to the menu and make the right choice to find the type of help you need.
Sky Broadband address
Sometimes, calling isn't ideal, and writing an email may result with no response. In this situation, you might prefer to write.
When you want to get in touch with Sky Broadband, use this address:
Sky Subscribers Services Ltd
PO Box 43
Sky Broadband live chat
Sky Broadband also otter a live chat service which operates via Facebook.
To use this, head to the Your Sky Broadband questions answered page and select the following options:
- Under "Still need a hand?" click Yes, I still need help
- Under "Prefer to keep looking for help online?" choose No, I want to get in touch
- Answer the question "What do you want to contact us about?" with the response I need help with my Sky Broadband
This will unlock the link for the Sky Broadband customer support on Facebook Messenger. You'll also see an option to send a text message, which is another convenient option.
Is Sky Broadband down?
Whether the entire network is down or just certain things (like web pages, email, or streaming media), if it seems that Sky Broadband is unavailable, you have some options for checking this further.
First of all, try rebooting your devices, and then your Wi-Fi router. Often this will fix connectivity problems. If not, it may be a network problem and you can move on to checking service status with some handy online resources. Of course, you won’t have an internet connection, so you'll need to use mobile internet on your phone to check these.
Start off with the Sky Service Status page to check for issues. This is an automated page, so should give a realistic representation of the current status of Sky services. For further help, you might also quickly check (or message) @SkyHelpTeam on Twitter. They should be able to give you a fast response.
When you run into problems with Sky Broadband, it is worth taking a few moments to work through the steps on the Sky Broadband help page. You can also find further assistance with internet connection problems in our guide to troubleshooting broadband.
How to complain about Sky Broadband
Get in touch via Twitter or email
If you need to escalate your problem to a complaint, it's a good idea to drop a message to the @SkyHelpTeam on Twitter. This is a general support account for all Sky services, and they'll be able to advise you on where to direct your complaint.
Using Twitter is a smart option as it is almost instantaneous, and allows the customer service team to easily give you a status update, or forward the relevant link, address, or telephone number you need.
If Twitter is unsuccessful, then try contacting Sky Broadband via email. Sky Broadband's customer service email address is [email protected].
Contact customer services
Complaints can be made over the phone, with representatives trained to deal with managing grievances. This is usually the first step in making an official complaint.
Sky's dedicated complaints phone number is 03300 413 019.
Complain in writing
To make a complaint in writing to Sky Broadband customer service, send details and any supporting material to:
Sky Subscribers Services Ltd
PO Box 43
Your letter should be polite, clear, accurate, and factual.
Complaining about Sky Broadband to Ombudsman Services: Communications
In most cases, your complaint will have been resolved favourably. Sky maintains a code of practice for complaints, but if you run into a stalemate, it's time to consider an ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) scheme where an ombudsman acts as a mediator, working towards agreement between you and the broadband provider.
To take advantage of this, you will have followed the complaints procedure, and have either had no contact from Sky Broadband for eight weeks, or received a deadlock letter.
You can take complaints about Sky Broadband to Ombudsman Services: Communications.
For more information about this topic read our guide to complaining about broadband.