Vodafone Customer Service – 0844 739 0377
The Vodafone customer service number on 0844 739 0377 is the one to call if you are having a problem with your mobile phone, if you want to change your tariff or if you want to join or leave Vodafone as your provider. You can also discuss ways of spending less on calls or other services and it is recommended that you call Vodafone customer service before you travel abroad to limit your roaming and also to protect yourself against high bills in the event of your phone being lost or stolen when out of the country. These changes are simple to make and can save a fortune – accidentally leaving a phone on roaming when away from home can result in very high charges and although Vodafone try to treat every case sympathetically, it is not usually possible to set aside the bill entirely.
Vodafone customer service operators can help you with many of the queries you may have but they are also able to put you through to the many other departments within the company. As the very first mobile phone operator in the world – the first call ever was made in the first few minutes of 1 January 1985 – they have many years of experience in both mobile phone technology and customer service. If you are not calling from the phone you wish to talk about, make sure you have the number jotted down somewhere; surprisingly, many people don’t know their own mobile number. There will also be a number of security questions to answer and these have to be totally accurate before the call can continue. Also, the caller must be the person who pays the mobile bill before any discussion can take place.
Vodafone customer service operators can also help those new to mobile phones how to set up some basic items such as a contact list. They can help explain texting – a very frequent question is how to switch off predictive texting, something people tend to love or absolutely hate. They can also help parents switch on parental blocks and allow only certain numbers to be dialled. This is an important element in keeping children safe both online and on a phone where they are often at their most vulnerable. Setting up parent-set limits is a good general step if children use their phones out of the house or in private.