Sky Contact Number: Contacting Sky Customer Service
There are many for customers to contact Sky Customer Service.
You can contact Sky between 9am and 10pm, 7 days a week.
Sky customer line: The main Sky contact number customers is 0843 850 2477. However, there are other numbers, shown below for other departments and services. Please check carefully.
Leaving Sky: If you wish to cancel any of your Sky services, call 0843 850 2477
To make a complaint: To make a complaint to Sky, call 0843 850 2477
Sky Introductory Offers: To find out about any current introductory offers call: 0843 850 2477
Moving Home: If you are moving home and want to take Sky with you, call the Sky contact number: 0843 850 2477
To make a purchase: If you wish to buy products from Sky call the Sky contact number on 0843 850 2477 (This is a free service from a BT land line; calls from other providers may be higher.)
Other ways to contact Sky
You can contact Sky by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sky is a huge organisation with many departments. Getting through to the Sky contact number is not straight forward and can be confusing.
To help, they have produced this page which covers all the ways you can get help. Depending upon the problem you have, it will direct you to the forms of help available. You may be given a phone number for one kind of problem, a live chat button for another or an email address for another. Sometimes, you can get more than one option to choose from.
Making a complaint
Making a Complaint by letter:
Sky Subscriber Services
PO Box 43, Livingston
West Lothian, EH54 7DD
What to do if you have a complaint that cannot be resolved
If you are unable to resolve an issue, then, after 8 weeks, you can refer the matter to the Ombudsman Services Communications.
Ombudsman Services Communications contact details
Phone 0330 440 1614 – standard call charges apply
Fax: 01925 430 049
Ombudsman Services Communications
PO Box 730
Getting Technical Help
As large companies such as Sky expand their services, they need to coninue delivering high standards of service. Investment in staff and resources has helped Sky deliver excellent customer care. The staff are more skilled and equipped to deal with any enquiry, including specialised technical support.
In order to serve millions of customers, Sky has a network of support teams who can help solve customer queries with as little hassle as possible.
Sky’s has several YouTube channels, and it’s Sky Help Channel can provide you with expert advice on how to deal with some of the more technical problems you may encounter. The video below, for example, shows you how to set up the Sky box.
Customer Service Issues
Sky Customer Service receives thousands of daily inquiries and is often very busy. If you call, be prepared to wait in a queue before being put through. At very busy times, there can be an extended wait, so it could be cheaper to call later.
Preparing to call Sky Customer Service
Before Sky operators can deal with your inquiry, they will check who you are, to ensure no-one else is attempting to access your account. To help, have all the relevant details they may ask for to hand. This includes your telephone number, address, postcode, Sky account and contract numbers, telephone password or secret question answers you have given to identify yourself.
Getting through to the right department
When contacting large businesses, like Sky, you may need to use your telephone keypad to pick from a choice of options so that you are channelled through to the right department. Listen carefully to the recorded message and make sure you understand the options available. When the given options are not suitable, then choose the one that is the nearest match or press no key at all. If you do not press a key, you can sometimes be put in touch with the operator who will help find the best person to help you.
Dealing with Sky Customer Service on the phone
When talking to Sky Customer Service, explain your concerns clearly so the person dealing with your inquiry can help you better. When making a complaint, remain calm and remember that the assistant is only following instructions.
If you are not happy with their response, take their details and ask to speak to their manager. If this doesn’t help, ask for manager’s name. You should then write a complaint letter to a more senior manager.
Information about Sky
Sky UK Limited is a UK telecoms business that provides TV, high-speed broadband and telephone networks in the UK and Ireland. With 11 million customers in 2015, it is the 2nd largest digital TV service in the UK after Freeview and the largest of the subscription TV companies beating off competition from rivals like Virgin Media.
The company was launched 1990 with the merger of Sky TV and British Satellite Broadcasting (BSB). It was originally called BskyB. Sky is owned by the media mogul, Rupert Murdoch. He also owns News International, News Corporation and 21st Century Fox, among other companies.
Sky is particularly recognised for providing high quality digital sports and entertainment channels and is a significant player in providing the UK with access to Premier League football games.
With their focus on sports entertainment, Sky has begun to widen its involvement in sport. It runs the cycling team, Team Sky, and sponsors many teams and organisations involved in sport. To make financial gains through its investment in sports, recently the company has delved into the gambling industry by launching the SkyBet service, an online gambling platform where users can place bets on football games and other sporting activities.
Rupert Murdoch began his career in newspapers and has been heavily involved in the news industry during his long career. Besides owning News Corp and News International, he also set up Sky News, which is a major player in online and TV news.
Watch Sky News Live
Sky have a live news channel on YouTube, you can watch it below.
Sky Products and Services
The company offers a wide range of services and entertainment packages. It has the one of the fastest broadband services in the UK and the widest selection of TV channels available.
Where companies like Virgin Media focus on superfast broadband, Sky’s main focus is its entertainment services. Sky is owned by the same family who own FOX and 21st Century Fox. They have huge experience in the media and entertainment industries.
Sky’s TV service not only offers a wide range of TV channels, including many in HD. It also provides the biggest choice of premium channels in the UK. These include their famous Sky bundle packages. The two most popular are the Sky Movies Bundle and the Sports Bundle. It also provides customers with on-demand box-sets and family packages for children.
Sky Go customers can now access Sky TV packages on 4G and 5G telephones. They are also developing their fibre optic broadband capabilities, as you can see in the Minions video below:
Online Help Page: http://help.sky.com/
Sky Help Forum: http://helpforum.sky.com/
Sky Service Status Page: https://servicestatus.sky.com/