UPS Contact Number – 0844 739 0386
UPS have recently been voted the number one best transportation company in the UK, and 35th most admired company in general. UPS have beaten off stiff competition to win the accolade, and it’s all down to their great customer service and reliability. The transportation company have a comprehensive online service that allows customers to create complex shipments, order supplies, schedule collections, and track various shipments at the same time using the dedicated Quantum View service. However, many customers may still prefer to call the UPS contact number to deal with a real person.
It is understandable as, even today, many people worry that online systems are somehow less reliable than speaking to people in person. They may worry that they have completed the form incorrectly or failed to initiate the process, especially if they don’t usually use online services. Speaking to a real person means you can be sure that everything has gone as planned and that your collection or delivery has been initiated. Then, you can either use the online service to track your package or call up the UPS contact number once again to make sure that your delivery is going as planned.
For a more streamlined service, UPS have various different contact numbers depending on your issue and where you are in the world. For general enquiries in the UK, you should call 08435 071 288. The lines are open from Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm, and on Saturdays from 8am to 12.30pm. Bear in mind that UPS do have an extensive FAQ section on their website, so if you have a general question, you should always check their first to save time.
If you have questions about billings or payments, call the UPS contact number of 0844 739 0386. If you need assistance with installing, upgrading, or using any kind of UPS technology, call the technical department on 0800 3316010.
The UPS contact number is also available in the unfortunate event that you should want to make a complaint about the service. Despite the fact that UPS are the number one transportation company in the UK, things can still occasionally go wrong and vital packages can be delivered late causing no end of stress to the receiver. You can make a complaint by email if you like, but if you’d rather speak to someone in person, simply call the UPS general enquiries line and you will be put through to someone who can help.