More and more people are signing up with Three every year, eager to get their hands on a great contract and an impressive mobile phone. This demand for their services means that loads of people call Three every Save & Exit single day, for a multitude of reasons. Back when Three were first launched, it used to be thought that their customer service was pretty terrible, but that’s no longer the case, as nowadays most callers will come away from their call feeling that their questions have been answered in an extremely good way.
If you want to contact Three, you’ll probably need to search around to find their number first, but that is no longer the case. The reason for this is simple: we offer a low cost Three contact number right here at Contact Number UK, which you can use to speak to them about a variety of different subjects. Why not call them today, and ask that question you’ve been meaning to ask for weeks and weeks?
If you are considering changing to Three from another mobile company, you will probably also want to contact the other big names in the industry too, just so you can get the best possible deal. Luckily for you, we also have contact numbers for O2, Vodafone and EE as well, so you don’t need to spend ages looking for the different numbers. Store them all in your phone today, so you can sit down later and work your way through them all.
Three are seen by many people as a new mobile phone network, however they have actually been in the industry since 2003, when they branded themselves as the first network offering god quality video on mobiles. During their initial years, they were criticised by many for poor customer service, however they still managed to grow steadily, opening up a chain of stores around the UK, and growing their customer basis.
By the end of the 2000s, Three had sorted their customer service out, and were also excelling in other areas as well, as proved by the fact that they won the Best Network for Mobile Broadband award, which was given out by YouGov. Despite their improvements over recent years, they are still known as the company offering the cheapest contracts to customers, especially when it comes to the usage of 4G connections. With the recent acquisition of O2 by their parent company, Hutchison Whampoa, it seems that Three will continue to grow well into the future.
Should you call them?
If you have a mobile phone contract, you’ll know that there are many reasons why you might want to contact the company providing it. From getting an upgrade through to complaining about their service, loads of people call Three every day to speak with their customer service team, and the majority of those calling are happy with the service that they receive. There is the chance that you’ll have to wait in a queue for a little bit of time when you call Three, however you should have your call answered pretty quickly.
There are, of course, some more common reasons for calling Three though, and you’ll find five of these listed below…
- Enquiring about a phone upgrade
- Discussing a new contract
- Switching to Three from another company
- Leaving the company
- Complaining about the service received
When you use the number for Three found here at Contact Number UK though, it really doesn’t matter why you are calling. This is because our number is able to get you through to the department you need to speak with, and it also doesn’t cost a ridiculous amount of money. So, why not pick up the phone and call Three right now?
Contact Number UK Have you Covered
If you have a reason to call Three, you should really get on the phone straight away. Once you’ve made the call, you could find yourself with a much cheaper contract, a better phone, or perhaps even both. Just use the number found at the top of the page, and you’ll be through to a member of the Three customer service team in no time at all.
Call Centre Opening Hours
It is possible to contact Three between the hours of 8am and 8pm, from Monday through to Friday. They are also available to call on weekends, however the opening hours are shorter, from 9am until 6pm. If you are calling on a weekend, you should be prepared for a longer wait before your call is answered – ringing early on a weekday should lead to a shorter waiting time, as the call volume is usually much lower.
How to contact Three
Three have a number of stores throughout the country, and the staff working in them might be able to answer your questions. This isn’t a viable option for many though, who live too far from them or need answers straight away. It is also possible to email them or send a letter, however both of these options won’t get particularly quick replies. Therefore, it is generally best to contact Three by phone, using the number found on this site.
What can this company help with?
If you are coming to the end of your contract (either with Three or with another company) you should call, as you might be able to negotiate a great deal. You should also definitely ring if you have a complaint about Three, plus you should also call as soon as possible if you have a problem with their service.
Speak Directly to Three Support Helpline
As you can see, there are many reasons why you might want to contact Three. If you need to speak with this company about anything, you should call them today, using the number found here at Contact Number UK.
Three Mobile and the Tale of the Notspot
CK Hutchison Holdings is a Hong Kong-based conglomerate that owns a majority interest in a number of mobile phone networks and broadband Internet service providers worldwide. In the UK the companies under their control operate collectively under the “Three” brand and have done so since the day 3G services went live in 2003 (on 03, 03, 03 to be exact, hence the company name). Three also sell handsets and various related paraphernalia.
As Three began with only a few thousand towers throughout the UK there were many known holes in their 3G coverage. These deadspots – or “notspots” as they’ve come to be known – dotted the landscape from coast to coast. To fill in the blank areas on their coverage map Three first partnered with O2 and then Orange to provide backup 2G coverage in these areas.
Abandoning the Fallback Coverage
A few years back Three decided to put their 2G coverage out to pasture. Their reasoning at the time was that they’d trebled the number of 3G towers they had to more than 11,000 nationwide and so there was no need for the fallback 2G coverage they’d been offering. Some watchdog organizations thought they were bailing out of the 2G fallback position perhaps a bit prematurely just to save money. Three insisted this was not the case. As it turns out however, there may have been something to the argument that Three still needed some type of backup because those notspots turned out to be far more persistent than anyone imagined.
Three’s withdrawal from their 2G backup plan was announced some 5 years ago. Even those who believed they dumped this fallback coverage too soon believed that within a year or two all those nasty notspots in the system would be filled in. However, in 2014 so many 3G notspots remained a government panel was set up to investigate the state of mobile coverage in the UK. The commission’s report, dated March 2016, indicates that only 88% of UK premises are covered by 3G services meaning that without 2G backup there are still many places in the UK where your Three service will drop out.
MIP to the Rescue: Sort of
The government’s Mobile Infrastructure Project (MIP) was intended to fill in the blank spots on the coverage map but was only able to build 10% of the towers needed by the time they ceased operation at the end of 2015. Instead of refunding the project and keeping it alive until the work was done the government instead made mobile providers promise to invest another £5bn by the end 2017 to address the issue. (Part of this solution will be to allow Three and the other mobile providers to build substantially taller towers than are currently allowed.)
The bottom line is that if you own a mobile phone and you travel about the UK at all, or if you live in a traditionally underserved part of the country, you know that the dream of 100% 3G coverage is still an elusive one. Yet if you wish to call Three to complain about your service dropping out or to discuss alternative forms of coverage you’ll be hard pressed to find a number that will get you through to a human in a timely fashion. Three does provide contact numbers on their website but when you consider the millions of customers they serve you understand that those lines are going to be jammed much of the time.
Contact Number UK: The Effective Solution
Contact number UK provides consumers with the customer service contact numbers they need to speak with the people who can address their issues. The number we provide you for Three will get you speaking to one of their customer service advisers in short order. In addition, if you’re familiar with Three you know they don’t charge you to call from one of their phones but do charge you handsomely to call from a non-Three phone. If your Three coverage has hit a notspot how are you supposed to call from their phone? Contact Number UK will get you around the odious customer service call charges by providing you access through a low cost 0843 number.
If you need a reliable, affordable contact number for any of the UK’s major corporate players, utilities, retailers and more Contact Number UK is your one-stop resource. We guarantee you convenient, low cost, effective contact numbers that are not widely known but will put you on the road to getting that long awaited satisfaction.
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