Calling EE can be easy. The customer service contact number is 0800 956 6000 and when you call this number, it will connect you through to a someone in the customer services department. You can call this number for a number of reasons, including making a complaint or asking about an issue on your account. As this is a generic line, you will not be put through to a member of the customer service team right away. Instead, you will be put through to an automated system where you can choose which helpline is relevant to your query.
The artist formerly known as Everything Everything, EE is a mobile network provider here in the UK. They also provide Internet Service and IPTV. With 30 million customers, it is the largest in the UK and one of the largest 4G operators in Europe to date.
The EE company was established in 2010 and was a joint venture between the Orange company and Deutsche Telecom. The company was sold to BT in 2016. The combined coverage from these two companies spans 99% of the UK.
The head office for EE can be found in Sunderland, the address for which can be found above.
EE Contact Numbers
|Department||Contact Number||Opening Hours|
|Head Office||020 7362 0200||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
|Customer Services||0800 956 6000||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
|Orange Pay as you Go||07973 100 450||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
|Orange Pay Monthly||07973 100 150||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
|T-Mobile Customers||07953 966 150||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
|Business Customers||0800 956 6100||Monday-Friday: 8am-9pm
If you have an issue which only calling the head office for EE will achieve, you can call the Sunderland head office directly on 020 7362 0200. You may be put into an automated queue service if the line is busy, however, when there is space available in the virtual queue then you will be put in contact with a member of the team.
EE Customer Services Contact Number
Calling 0800 956 6000 will connect you to a someone in EE’s customer services team. You can call the number provided so that you can issue a complaint or to resolve an issue you are having with your account online, or your mobile phone device.
Orange and T-Mobile Customers
EE has taken over both Orange and T-Mobile customer contracts. If you are an Orange or T-Mobile customer and want to learn more about your account and how EE has taken over your contract, you need the call the relevant number. For Orange customers, you will need to call 07973 100 450 if you are a pay as you go customer, or 07973 100 150 if you are a pay monthly customer. If you were an original customer with T-Mobile, you will have to contact the dedicated T-Mobile helpline on 07953 966 150. When EE took over both Orange and T-Mobile, customers were notified by letter. If you have not received this letter, you can call the EE customer services on 0800 956 6000 and request information.
If you are a business customer with EE and would like help with your account, you can call 0800 956 6100 and find the best help you can with EE business support. When calling this number, please make sure that your account details are to hand as you may be asked questions in order to ensure that the account is definitely yours.
Other ways to contact EE
The EE Community
Although EE does not have an online chat or messenger, you can still find the answer to your query online with EE thanks to the EE Community. Simply head over to the community website and search your query. 80% of the time, members who can help you will be online. This means you will be able to receive a reply easily to your question, or view forums posted by people who have the same issue as you.
If you’d prefer to write a formal letter to EE in order to get a response from the company, you can write a letter to the team at the head office address, found below.
EE Mobile & Broadband
EE Customer Services
6 Camberwell Way
Tyne and Wear
When writing a letter to the team, ensure you include your name, address, account number with EE or the mobile phone in which you’re enquiring about. If you have a mobile phone with EE, you will receive a text from the team when they have received your letter in order to let you know that it has arrived safely. From here, you will receive a correspondence from EE within 12 working days.