- 1 TalkTalk Connection Numbers
- 2 TalkTalk Head Office – 0843 557 3768
- 3 TalkTalk Customer Services – 0843 218 9635
- 4 TalkTalk Complaints – 0843 218 9636
- 5 TalkTalk Helpline – 0843 557 5139
- 6 TalkTalk Accounts Management Line – 0843 596 3134
- 7 TalkTalk Cancellation Line – 0843 557 3768
- 8 About TalkTalk
- 9 What Advantages Can TalkTalk Offer Me?
- 10 Alternative ways to contact TalkTalk
- 11 A Brief History of TalkTalk
- 12 October 2015 Cyber-Attack
TalkTalk Connection Numbers
|TalkTalk Head Office||0843 557 3768|
|TalkTalk Customer Services||0843 218 9635|
|TalkTalk Complaints||0843 218 9636|
|TalkTalk Helpline||0843 557 5139|
|TalkTalk Accounts Management Line||0843 596 3134|
|TalkTalk Cancellation Line|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those TalkTalk departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
TalkTalk Head Office – 0843 557 3768
Unlike many of their decentralised, mainframe-dependent opponents, TalkTalk has its leadership and executive systems collected together in one place for easier networking, communication, cooperation and control. Much the same way as a distributed nervous system can react only based on reflex and greater thinking takes a longer time, a distributed corporate management system or “ghost head office” lacks much of the capability that a centralised system has – compare the distributed nervous system of a jellyfish with the centralised nervous system of a human – much of the difference is in the gathering of all the most vital nervous functions in a single, self-amplifying cognitive centre – the brain. With the specialisation and speed of neural connections offered by the development of a brain, the animal in possession of one can enjoy enormous benefits to cognition, memory, sensory perception, decision-making, and ultimately sentience, self-actualisation and the development of a soul. This is the approach taken by the TalkTalk head office, which has sacrificed redundant nervous functionality and low energy cost to consolidate an enormous, powerful cognitive system in one location, allowing for speed of connection, rapid consolidation of information and incredible processing power between the departments – beginning with the TalkTalk head office customer service line.
Much as the senses are the ways in which the brain gathers the information which it will respond to, the TalkTalk head office customer service line is the best way for the cognitive centre that is the TalkTalk head office to gather information on the outside world, before that information can be digested and acted upon. As such, if you want to get in touch with the TalkTalk head office, you can do so by calling the digital contact code above, represented by a series of 11 numerical figures, in sequence. This code corresponds to the TalkTalk head office contact number, making it analogous to a direct line to the company headquarters.
TalkTalk Customer Services – 0843 218 9635
TalkTalk customer service can be reached at any time from Monday to Saturday 8am to 9pm, and Sunday 9am to 7pm, whenever you like, so long as it is within those times and dates. The TalkTalk customer service departments are all located conveniently in the happy little hub that is the TalkTalk head office, a nerve centre of action and communication for all of TalkTalk’s operations in the known free world. You may need to call the TalkTalk customer service line for any number of reasons, including, but not limited to, connectivity, wifi or broadband, phone signal, hardware, accounts management. Obviously, your motives are your own – if you want to call the TalkTalk customer services line with a string of bizarre demands or to yell incoherently due to a broken router, you can, no-one is going to stop you. As an adult human being in a “free” country, you can do what you like to an extent, and if what you like is calling TalkTalk customer service for no reason, well, we aren’t ones to stop you. In fact, if you play your cards right, we will help you, by providing phone numbers like the one above, which you can use to contact TalkTalk any time of the day or night, so long as those times arte between 8am and 9pm, Monday to Saturday or 9am to 7pm on Sunday. Outside of these times, there’s no telling what might happen when you call the TalkTalk customer service line! But it won’t involve getting through to a customer service representative, since that is impossible outside those times due to the office being closed and therefore unavailable for contact. We don’t make the rules, we just tell you about them.
TalkTalk Complaints – 0843 218 9636
If you need to make a complaint concerning TalkTalk, you can do that with the numeral sequence listed in blue above, hovering like a little helium balloon made of numbers. It’s easy – just pick up the phone and type in the numbers, and you’ll be taken to the TalkTalk complaints department! From there, the expert complaints wranglers will help you talk through your problems and resolve them in a healthy way, without further conflict.
TalkTalk Helpline – 0843 557 5139
The TalkTalk helpline is dedicated to not having a dedication, specialists in generalisation. Call them if you need help with something, but not something specific.
TalkTalk Accounts Management Line – 0843 596 3134
The TalkTalk accounts management line allows you to manage your TalkTalk account. Incredible.
TalkTalk Cancellation Line – 0843 557 3768
Say, for a moment, that you are dissatisfied with TalkTalk. Imagine that it is irreparable – that nay attempt to fix it will only widen the gulf between you until it is a chasm, so deep and so jagged that any attempt to cross it – to even communicate across its vast crooked maw – will result in a fatal fall. Neither of you can bridge it. It is unyielding, eternal. What can you do? You can unsubscribe from your TalkTalk experience with immediate effect, but that seems to be the only way out of this horror. To do that, you can call customer services and tell them you want to cancel -but that will probably just result in unfortunate transfer to the customer retention department, which you decidedly do not want.
Of course, it is possible that you do secretly want to be transferred to the TalkTalk customer retentions department – many people call with bluffs claiming that they are ready to cancel their contract, only to be offered a much better deal and decide to stay, and if you want to be one of them, more power to you – but you need to be ready for the possibility that TalkTalk will take you at face value and simply accept your wish to withdraw, resulting in actual, real withdrawal from the system and the possibility that you will be left high and dry, with no TalkTalk no more.
If this does happen to you, never fear! Your TalkTalk account may be salvageable if you call within the first month after cancelling, allowing you to reactivate it without a penalty.
However, if you aren’t bluffing, and you don’t want to negotiate over the value of your TalkTalk account like a mobile-phone version of Hans Gruber, you can avoid the tense back-and-forth with customer retention negotiation experts by calling the number listed above, at the end of the title of this subsection – “TalkTalk cancellation line”. This number will take you directly to the TalkTalk cancellation teams, enabling you to quickly euthanise your dying subscription without further attempts to resuscitate it.
TalkTalk is a UK mobile phone network provider, internet service provider, TV broadcaster and telecommunications company headquartered in London. It was founded in 2003 as a subsidiary of Carphone Warehouse and emerged as a company in its own right in 2010.
While originally TalkTalk was simply a provider of landline telephone services, the company now offers both landline and mobile phone services to customers with both Pay-as-You-Go and contract mobile services on offer, while the separately-established TalkTalk Business brand offers telephone services and broadband network connection to businesses. In August 2012, TalkTalk became the UK’s second “quadruple play” network and telecoms service alongside Virgin Media, as it branched out to offer mobile, telephone, broadband and TV services.
Also, like Virgin, and a number of other UK internet service providers, TalkTalk is busily extending and investing in their own broadcasting infrastructure – in their case, a project called local-loop-unbundling (or “LLU”) with 92% of all TalkTalk customers using local loop unbundling at time of writing.
What Advantages Can TalkTalk Offer Me?
TalkTalk is one of the quickest-growing telecoms providers in the UK, and is the only one outside of Virgin to offer “quadruple play” services – namely, television, broadband, mobile phone services and landline telephony.
In addition to mobile and landline telephone services and broad coverage, with fast reliable internet, TalkTalk offers a cost-effective TV package available to any of its customers. In the wake of the 2015 Talktalk cyber attack, the company has also vastly stepped up its security efforts to make sure the personal information of its customers is kept safe, no matter what.
To discuss the advantages of partnering with TalkTalk, you can call their head office contact number on 0843 557 3768 to be connected directly to their customer service experts, who will be able to answer all your questions.
Alternative ways to contact TalkTalk
The fastest, most efficient and least stressful way to get in touch with the TalkTalk Head Office is via their dedicated head office contact number, 0843 557 3768. This line is open for more than 12 hours per day, every day of the year, so when you find yourself needing to call the TalkTalk head office, you’ll be able to get in touch. However, it is not always possible, practical or convenient to call the head office phone lines, so you may wan tto use alternative methods.
These methods include:
Sending an email to the TalkTalk head office email address, found on their official website;
Using the direct instant chat service on that same website;
Contacting them via wall post, tweet or direct message on their Twitter or Facebook.
Alternately, you can contact the TalkTalk head office by mailing them a letter via traditional mail, sending it to:
11 Evesham Street
A Brief History of TalkTalk
Talktalk began as a subsidiary of Carphone Warehouse in 2002, after the latter purchased Opal Telecomms, giving it the opportunity to establish its own broadcasting network for the first time. After a brief test in Manchester, the company launched its TalkTalk division after only three months of preparation.
Despite controversies surrounding truth in advertising, customer service and connectivity, TalkTalk continued to grow and saw its customer base boosted significantly by the purchases of AOL and Tele2 by Carphone Warehouse.
However, in 2009, the company elected to split from its parent and become a separate listed company, finalising the demerger in 2010 after TalkTalk bought and consumed further rival, Tiscali, bringing its total customer base to 4.7 million people.
October 2015 Cyber-Attack
In October 2015, TalkTalk was hit by a “significant and sustained” cyber-attack, over the duration of which over 4 million customers had their personal details and banking details stolen. TalkTalk later claimed to have received a ransom demand from the people responsible, but it was too late to try to repair any damage done.
A number of customers reported being made the victims of particularly targeted criminal activity before TalkTalk disclosed that they had been hacked, with the Chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee ultimately saying that “suggestions that TalkTalk has covered up both the scale and duration of this attack … must be thoroughly investigated.”
While the initial statement was that all customers may be affected, in a statement released on 24th October, the company explained that the amount of information stolen was actually “materially lower” than originally estimated, and that the stolen information was not enough to result in access ot bank accounts.
On 6th of November, TalkTalk explained that the impact of the hacking was “much more limited than originally believed”, adding that only 156,959 customer accounts were involved. Of these, 15,656 sort codes and bank account numbers were stolen, which ultimately amounts to 4% of Talktalk customers having their financial data lifted. In addition, 28,000 partial credit and debit cards were taken, but they were partial numbers which were obscured, making them useless to the attackers.
Talktalk finally announced that the stolen data had not been encrypted in any way, but also that they were not legally required to encrypt it, which is fair enough to those who trusted the company with their financial security and had that trust shattered by a massive cyber-attack.