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British Gas is a massive energy company, serving millions of customers throughout the UK. As with all companies of their size, they are constantly bombarded by customers looking to speak with them regarding a number of different reasons. As you might imagine, this can lead to some massively long waiting times for those calling them, which can be incredibly frustrating and cause people to waste hours of their day. But, as you’re about to find out, spending ages on hold when you contact this company should be a thing of the past for you…

This is because the number offered here at this site will get you straight through to a customer service representative when you call. All you have to do is tap in our British Gas contact number on your phone and make the call – there are no hidden catches or other things you need to do. There’s really no need why contacting this energy company needs to be difficult, so we’ve ensured that it is as easy as possible. Why not try using the number today and see why so many people trust our site to find phone numbers for them?

There’s another thing to mention about the number found here at this site – it is a low cost number, so you won’t run up massive bills when you use it. So, there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t dial the number on this site when you next need to phone British Gas!

About This Company

British Gas is the largest utility provider in the UK, with around 12 million customers. As the name suggests, they supply gas to UK homes, however they are also one of the biggest electricity companies in the UK as well. They are part of the Big Six, which also includes EDF, E.ON, Npower, Scottish Power and SSE. Other services they offer include boiler repair and replacement and landlord insurance cover.

Because of the large number of services offered by British Gas, contacting them can sometimes take a while. If you are already a customer and need to contact them, you should ensure that you have all the relevant information relating to your account close-by, as they’ll undoubtedly ask you for this information at some point during the call. If you are looking to join them, you won’t have any information like this though, so just dial 0843 506 0364 and make the call.

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Why Ring This Company?

If you’re a British Gas customer, you’ll know that there are many reasons why you might need to contact them. Regardless of whether you get your electricity, gas or both from British Gas, you’ll probably need to contact them at least once a year, and for many it is far more than this. As already mentioned, you’ll normally have to wait a very long time when you call them though, as they don’t have the ability to answer most calls in a timely manner. This is unless you call them using our British Gas contact number, which will allow you to get through to an adviser straight away.

If you are thinking about phoning, your call will probably fall into one of the following categories though, all of which will be dealt with by specific departments…

  •         Becoming a new British Gas customer
  •         Complaining about the service received
  •         Querying or paying a recently received bill
  •         Leaving British Gas
  •         Finding out about boiler repair or replacement

Don’t forget that we also have a number of other useful numbers on this site as well, such as numbers for First Utility, BT and Apple. If you think you might need to contact any of these companies in the future, why not note down their numbers as well?

We Have you Covered

If you need to get in touch with British Gas, you shouldn’t wait – so why not call them right now? You’ll be straight through to one of their team, meaning that you’ll never have to wait in annoying queues ever again!

FAQs

 

Call Centre Opening Hours

You’re able to get in touch with this company between the hours of 8am and 8pm from Monday to Friday, and on Saturdays they are open from 8am until 6pm. They are closed on Sundays. As you might expect from a company with so many services, their website lists many different numbers for them, however our number will get you where you need to go, regardless of your query.

How to communicate with British Gas

British Gas list email and postal addresses on their website, however using these methods will mean waiting for days to get a response. It’s far better to call them and get an instant answer to your question, and there’s no quicker way of getting through than calling using the number on this site. There is also an “Advice” section on their site, however this doesn’t have answers to all the different questions you might have.

What can this company help with?

There are many reasons for ringing British Gas, and they are listed further up on this page. Regardless of why you want to call though, you should do it as soon as you can, as there’s no point waiting to get the answers you need from them. Of course, when you contact British Gas, make sure you call using our number, as it is the fastest way to get you connected to a British Gas customer service advisor.

Get Help from British Gas

So, now you know how to speak with British Gas in the quickest and easiest way, isn’t it about time you tapped their number into your phone and made the call? With no queues and low call charges, using the number found here really is the best choice when you need to have a chat with British Gas!

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A Guide to Switching Gas Suppliers

In this day and age, every little bit of money helps. For those with a gas supply one way that they can save some serious cash is to switch their providers, however every year many people spurn this opportunity, instead preferring to spend more money than necessary. But why is this? The reason is simple: most people are completely bamboozled by the whole process, and put off by the confusing numbers and baffling stats thrown at them by employees of the gas suppliers. With a little bit of help though – which you’ll find in this article – you should be able to navigate your way through the maze and get a better deal for your home…

One thing you won’t be abler to avoid when switching gas suppliers is picking up the phone and making some calls. Luckily though, we have many of the contact numbers you’ll need, such as a British Gas contact number. All of the numbers on our site are really convenient and, perhaps more importantly, won’t cost you loads of money to use. So, when you’re ringing around to get quotes, make sure you use the numbers found here at this site.

Know Your Current Situation

Before you can start ringing around all the different suppliers and looking for the best deal, it’s important to get your facts straight. This means that you should have a clear understanding of absolutely everything to do with your current gas plan, such as:

  •         Your current annual consumption (this can be found at the bottom of your bill)
  •         The price you pay per kwh at the moment
  •         Whether you receive the Warm Home Discount

It is also really important to find out if you are currently in debt to your existing supplier. If this is the case, you might not be able to change your supplier until this debt is settled. Further details about switching your energy supplier while in debt can be found at the Citizens Advice website. Don’t worry if this applies to you, as there is still a good chance you’ll be able to reach a compromise with your gas company.

Finding the Right Tariff

Once you have all of your details, you can move onto the main part of the job – ringing around and finding out which supplier is able to offer you the best deal. Because there are so many different gas suppliers though, it is often best to narrow down your search by first comparing prices at a price comparison website. You can then take the top 5-10 from the list and ring them, hoping that you’ll be able to talk them into lowering their prices slightly.

There are a number of things to consider when choosing your new gas provider, so it pays to have a pen and paper handy, ready to jot down any important details during a call. Some of the really important things to find out are:

  •         The overall price of the tariff
  •         How flexible it is (i.e. can you get out of it easily)
  •         The level of customer service offered
  •         How environmentally friendly they are
  •         Whether they cater to any special requirements, such as your prepayment meter

It is important that you don’t accept an offer from a supplier as soon as they make it, as you might get a better offer from another company you’ve not yet spoken to. If one of their sales team states that the offer might not be available when you call back, don’t believe them – 99% of the time this is a sales tactic used to get you to sign with them straight away. It could also signal that they’re worried that their price could be beaten – a sure sign that you should continue looking elsewhere.

Making the Switch

Once you’ve found the gas supplier offering you the best price, you need to then make the switch. This is actually surprisingly easy. All you have to do is tell your new supplier that you’d like to move to them, and they will arrange the rest. You’ll then simply have to take a meter reading on the day you switch over, and settle your previous bill with your old supplier. The new company will then start billing you using your meter reading as a starting point.

It should take around 17 days for a switch to occur, however the process can occasionally drag on for around three weeks. Once the timescale exceeds this 17-day period though, you should contact them to find out what is taking so long.

So, there you have it: an easy rundown of how you can change your gas supplier – and save some significant amounts of money in the process. Now all you have to do is get the ball rolling by comparing providers, before then picking up the phone and calling them. Changing gas suppliers might sound confusing, but once you get past the jargon and salesmanship, it really is a pretty simple task.