Royal Mail Contact Number – 0844 739 0380
There are plenty of reasons why you may have to call the Royal Mail contact number, and to make your life easier Royal Mail have handily provided multiple different numbers to call for each different type of enquiry, so that you don’t end up stuck in an endless telephone queue.
If you’re moving home, you should call the Royal Mail contact number of 0844 739 0380. The advisors will be able to help you set up a redirection service. This is also the number to call if you’re not sure how long your existing redirection service will last, you’re worried that your redirection service hasn’t been set up, or you haven’t received your confirmation letter. Lines are open from 8am to 6pm from Monday to Friday and from 8am to 1pm on Saturdays, but bear in mind that you can also set up a redirection service online.
If you have questions about using online postage, call the Royal Mail contact number of 0844 739 0380. The customer service advisors on this line will be able to guide you through the process as well as answering any questions. You can also choose to email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need help using the online shop, use the Royal Mail contact number of 0844 739 0380. The online shop has a wide range of gifts as well as items for postage and packaging.
If you’re looking to find a UK postcode, the only way to do this is online. Similarly, if you want to apply for a job with Royal Mail, you can only do this online by searching for jobs using the careers section of the website, and then filling in an online application form.
For any other general enquiries, call the Royal Mail contact number of 0844 739 0380. This is the same number you should use if you need to make a complaint. Remember to have all the details of your order to hand including reference numbers before you call in order for advisors to be able to deal with your enquiry as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Bear in mind that many of the queries you have could be answered by the comprehensive help and support section of the Royal Mail website. This has been provided so as to keep telephone enquiries to a minimum, so that those people who have to call shouldn’t have to wait in a lengthy queue. Bear in mind, however, that at certain busy times of year you may still have to wait for a short period.