Ofcom Telephone Number

Helpline

UK Contact Numbers

International Contact Numbers

Ofcom Switchboard Number 0300 123 3000 or 020 7981 3000 +44 300 123 3000 or +44 20 7981 3000
Ofcom Complaints Contact Number 0300 123 3333 or 020 7981 3040 +44 300 123 3333
or +44 20 7981 3040
Licensing Centre Textphone 0300 123 1000 or 020 7981 3131 +44 300 123 1000 or +44 20 7981 3131
Ofcom Licensing Centre Number 020 7981 3131 +44 20 7981 3131
Contact Ofcom Media team 0300 123 1795 +44 300 123 1795
Advisory Team 020 7981 3040 or 0300 123 3333 +44 20 7981 3040 or +44 300 123 3333
Welsh Team 020 7981 3042 or 0300 123 2023 +44 20 7981 3042 or +44 300 123 2023
Ofcom For Publication Scheme 020 798 13601 +44 20 798 13601

Ofcom (Office of Communications) is the communications regulator in the United Kingdom, regulating the telecoms, television, postal and radio industries to make sure they are doing the best for all. Some of the main areas Ofcom presides over are licensing, research, codes and policies, complaints, competition etc. Ofcom operates under a number of Acts of Parliament and other legislation. The company ‘vision has always been to provide value to money to as many people as possible with excellent customer service and protection from harmful or offensive material.

Ofcom Customer Service Address London

The users have the option to get in touch with the Ofcom contact team by mail service as well. You can do so by writing a letter and sending it to the following Ofcom head office address. You are required to add your personal contact details in the letter posted so that the customer service members can contact you on your mentioned address or contact number as soon as possible. Ofcom address in London is:

Ofcom, Riverside House l, 2a Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HA

If you would like to personally visit the office, you can take the help of a map at https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/ofcom/@51.507888,-0.098834,16z?hl=en to check the directions

Ofcom contact details

If the consumers want to have some advice or they have any general enquiries, they can dial the Ofcom switchboard number 0300 123 3000 or 020 7981 3000. The Ofcom Consumer Contact Team, Ofcom Licensing Centre and Ofcom Numbering Team are all accessible from Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

Alternatively you can also dial the Ofcom phone number 0300 123 3333 or 020 7981 3040 for the enquiries. You can also send in your requests via the fax at Ofcom fax number 020 7981 3333.

In the case of hearing or speech impairment, you can contact the customer team via the Ofcom Textphone 020 7981 3043. The consumers can interact with the support team via the social medium as well like face book account for their queries. The face book page is managed from Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. You can subscribe to get the latest news and updates on various categories like telecoms, radio, media literacy, broadcasting, postal services etc via the page http://www.ofcom.org.uk/email-updates/.

You can type in your queries on the website at the Ofcom contact details page http://ask.ofcom.org.uk/ and the team would respond back as early as possible. If you would like to know the details of Ofcom offices in the Nations and English Regions, it can check via the page http://www.ofcom.org.uk/about/how-ofcom-is-run/nations-and-regions/.

Ofcom is required to publish information in compliance with the publication scheme, so that certain types of information are easily accessible without being the consumers making a request for the same. If, however, you cannot find the information you require, you can request information by email at Ofcom email [email protected] or via fax at Ofcom fax number 0300 123 0811 or via the Ofcom postal address.

Ofcom Licensing Centre

If you have any licensing enquiry, you can call the team on Ofcom Licensing Centre number 0300 123 1000 or 020 7981 3131. In the case of speech or hearing problem, the team can be contacted via the Ofcom Licensing Centre Textphone 020 7981 3043. The queries can also be faxed via the Ofcom Licensing Centre fax number 020 7981 3235. The queries can be sent via email at Ofcom Licensing Centre email [email protected]

Ofcom Numbering Team

When a communications provider would wish to apply for allotment of telephone numbers, they need to contact the Ofcom Numbering Team via the Ofcom switchboard number:
0300 123 3000 or 020 7981 3000.

Ofcom Number Checker

When you enter few digits of a phone number at http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/phone/how-much-does-a-phone-call-really-cost/ , the list will be displayed as to how much it costs to make a phone call.

Ofcom Conference Speakers

If any organization would like to request for an Ofcom speaker at an event, they can contact Ofcom via the email address. For the events in the UK, you can send in your requests at Ofcom email address [email protected] and for the international events, you can send in at Ofcom email address [email protected]

Ofcom Media Team

If you are a journalist and would like to contact the Ofcom media team, you can Contact Ofcom by phone at 0300 123 1795. If there is any complaint regarding the broadcast content, you can submit the same online at http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/complain/tv-and-radio-complaints/

Ofcom Accessibility

If you would like to give any comment or feedback while accessing the Ofcom website, you can fill in the details via https://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/tell-us/contact-the-webmaster . You can also contact the Ofcom advisory team by dialing the Ofcom accessibility number 020 7981 3040 or 0300 123 3333 from Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. For the deaf and speech impaired consumers, the Ofcom Textphone number is 0300 123 1000 or 020 7981 3131. The requests can also be sent via the Ofcom accessibility team fax number 020 7981 3334. For the consumers to have communication in Welsh, you can contact the Ofcom Welsh team at 020 7981 3042 or 0300 123 2023

Ofcom Maps

The maps’ data have been displayed on the website if you would like to check coverage of the mobile phone network, local TV network, digital terrestrial television, radio reception etc. The related links can be checked via the Ofcom maps page http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/

Ofcom Customer Complaints

The customers have been given options like phone, email or post to make their respective complaints. The company has a trained and dedicated staff to handle the issues efficiently and to the best to meet the needs of businesses, consumers, viewers and listeners. You can call the Ofcom complaints contact number 0300 123 3333 or 020 7981 3040 to file any complaint to Ofcom regarding telecoms, radio services, broadcasting, abandoned calls, nuisance calls etc. The Ofcom phone opening hours are from Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm. If you want to complain in Welsh, you can dial the Ofcom contact number 020 7981 3042. If you prefer to write, you can send in the details by post at the following Ofcom address

Ofcom , Riverside House, 2a Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HA

You can also submit your complaint online via the Ofcom customer complaints link http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/ in various categories mentioned like telephone, television, radio, postal services, internet, online safety, advertising etc. If you have any complaint regarding the Ofcom’s publication scheme, you can contact the team over the phone at Ofcom telephone number 020 798 13601 or via the Ofcom fax number 0300 123 0811. If you feel that the issue has not been resolved as required, you can contact the office of the Secretary to the Corporation Steve Gettings via email at [email protected]  or via telephone 020 7981 3000. His team will respond back as soon as possible within 20 working days of the complaint being received.  If the problem still persists then you can go to an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme. There are two ADR schemes, one is Ombudsman services via https://www.ombudsman-services.org/ and the other is Communications and Internet Services Adjudication Scheme (CISAS) http://www.cedr.com/cisas/ . They are the independent resolution provider to contact for.

5 thoughts on “Ofcom Telephone Number”

  1. my broadband speed in useless 0.03 mbps and the whole village is complaining about it . What can be done ?
    Thanks R.Brown

  2. I object to BT charging 2 pounds for sending a paper bill. This did not happen years ago so why now? I am a pensioner and income and this is an outrage. No one else charges for sending you a bill. I have tried to access online bills but have experienced difficulties over one year and this had not been put right by BT.

  3. Hi,
    WHEN IS OFCOM GOING TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE BBC, SKY AND ITV FOR THERE CONTINUOUS BIAS OVER BREXIT, THERE AT LEAST 5 REMAINER SUPPORTERS INTERVIEWED BY THESE TV NEWS STATION AND CURRENT NEW PROGRAMMES TO 1 LEAVE SUPPORTER AND THEN THE LEAVE SUPPORTER ARE RECEIVING A THIRD DEGREE GRILLING BY THESE BROADCASTER COMPANIES WHILE THE REMAIN SUPPORTERS ARE DEALT WITH LIKE FEATHERS, MANY THOUSAND SUCH AS MYSELF WHO ARE LEAVE SUPPORTERS HAVE COMPLAINED TO THESE BROADCASTING COMPANIES AND NOTHING IS BEING DONE.
    THE 17 PLUS MILLIONS OF VOTERS WHO VOTED TO LEAVE THE EU IN THE BIGGEST VOTE IN BRITISH DEMOCRACY ARE BEING IGNORED AND OFCOM IS DOING NOTHING TO STOP THESE BROADCASTING COMPANIES, THIS IS SHEER FLOUTING OF DEMOCRACY IN THIS COUNTRY AND SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE NOW AND WE EXPECT OFCOM TO TAKE ACTION AND REALLY THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN MONITORING WHAT HAS BEEN HAPPENING AND SHOULD HAVE PUT A STOP TO IT OVER A YEAR AGO

    Thanks
    Jim Noble

  4. We are getting persistent uncalled for telephone calls with a clearly recorded message saying they are from Ofcom and asking us to follow thru with the call about internet service. Up to now we have put the phone down as we do not wish to receive such calls, however they are persisting.

    Is this the right thing to do and should we do anything else?

    Kind regards

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