Utility Warehouse

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Utility Warehouse Connection Numbers

Utility Warehouse Number
Head Office 0844 453 0217
Billing 0843 557 4322
Customer Services 0843 208 2432

By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Utility Warehouse 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.

Utility Warehouse Head Office Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Head Office 9am-5.30pm, weekdays

Utility Warehouse Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office 508 Edgware Road, The Hyde, London, NW9 5AB

Utility Warehouse is a discount service provider of utilities, broadband, TV and mobile.

Why would I need to call the Utility Warehouse head office contact number?

  • To find out more about the services on offer.
  • To get more information about working for Utility Warehouse.
  • To discuss a billing issue.
  • To make a complaint about a Utility Warehouse service or employee.

Who supplies Utility Warehouse energy?
Who does Utility Warehouse use for a mobile network?
How does the Utility Warehouse Cashback Card work?
Utility Warehouse Bill Protector
Becoming a Utility Warehouse distributor

Utility Warehouse

Utility Warehouse acts as a discount club, making them different to traditional energy suppliers. Alongside energy, they also provide broadband, landline and mobile services. You can keep track of all your utilities in one monthly bill and the more Utility Warehouse services that you take on, the more money you will save. Over half a million people have already joined Utility Warehouse.

  • Broadband and landline- Which? recommended service, unlimited downloads, a free wireless router, savings on your calls.
  • Mobile- Contracts from £8 a month, set a budget control to avoid unexpected charges, no price rises whilst in contract, a reduced bill when the contract comes to an end, switch to a different price plan at any time, get cheaper out of bundle charges i.e. extra data.
  • Energy- Guaranteed to beat the prices of the cheapest variable tariff from the six most popular energy suppliers.

When you add the landline, broadband, phone and energy tariffs together with Utility Warehouse you will be able to access a range of exclusive benefits such as a gourmet society membership, 25% discount off broadband, free international calls or an Avios membership.

Utility Warehouse Lightbulbs

When you switch all of your services to Utility Warehouse, you can use the free lightbulb replacement service. Utility Warehouse will replace all of the bulbs in your home with LED bulbs which are energy efficient. They will also send a professional team out to fit the bulbs for you and for as long as you are a Utility Warehouse customer, you don’t need to buy another bulb. If one ever breaks, Utility Warehouse will send you another bulb in the post. As LED bulbs use approximately 15 times less electricity than normal bulbs, a household can use around 11% less electricity each year.

Utility Warehouse Clubhouse

The Utility Warehouse Clubhouse is an exclusive members-only benefits area. You can get up to 10% cashback when you shop online, see the latest Utility Warehouse promotions and offers and find the lowest price for products online.

Some of the retailers involved in the cashback scheme include AliExpress (5%), Argos (1.5%), Booking.com (£7.50), Boots (2%), Currys (1%), Groupon (6%), Hotels.com (4%), M&S (2%), Not on the High Street (3%), Wowcher (6%). There are over 2000 retailers involved in total.

Utility Warehouse Login

You can log into the Utility Warehouse website to manage your account. You will be able to view your bills each month, provide meter readings and top up your Cashback and mobile cards. It’s completely free to register for a Utility Warehouse Clubhouse account, you just need to know your Utility Warehouse account number to sign up.

Utility Warehouse Reviews

In the annual Which? customer survey, Utility Warehouse came joint fifth out of 22 energy providers. Almost 9,000 people completed the survey. On the review website TrustPilot, Utility Warehouse has a score of 8.1 out of 10. Comments from customers include “easy to contact by phone”, “the call centre staff go the extra mile to solve everything”, “clear billing with sensible pricing”, “broadband service regularly drops out during sessions unlike the previous provider” and more. The majority of comments are positive with some customers reporting a negative experience.

Popular questions about Utility Warehouse

Who supplies energy to Utility Warehouse?

Utility Warehouse acquired its customers from NPower so the energy supply comes from NPower.

Who do Utility Warehouse use for mobile network?

Utility Warehouse uses EE as its mobile network provider. You will pay for a Utility Warehouse SIM-only deal but the signal will come from EE towers.

How does Utility Warehouse Cashback Card work?

You can use a Cashback Card to earn money back when you go shopping. Over 40 of the most popular retailers take part in the scheme- you can earn between 3-7% back. It works in the same way as a pay-as-you-go phone: you top it up as and when you need it. Unlike a credit card, you can’t get into any debt with it and there are no interest charges to pay.

What is Utility Warehouse bill protector?

The Utility Warehouse bill protector aims to provide you with peace of mind in the event that something bad happens. For £2 a month, you can get £10,000 of accidental death cover as well as up to six months payment of your utility bills if you can’t work due to an illness, accident or redundancy. The Utility Warehouse price for such cover is generally cheaper than other insurance providers.

How to become a Utility Warehouse agent?

You can become a Utility Warehouse distributor by signing up online. You can earn a steady income to support you for the rest of your life and help other people save money on their bills. You’ll get free training in both the classroom and online to help build your confidence and selling skills. You can enjoy cash incentives and even a free car, as well as all-expenses paid holidays. Lastly, you can invest in shares as a distributor to help build your income even further.

About Utility Warehouse

Utility Warehouse’s origins can be traced back to 2002 when Telecom Plus launched it to include all of the company’s residential services.

In 2006, the two company’s entered into an agreement with nPower to supply energy to Utility Warehouse customers. This move took Utility Warehouse to new heights, becoming one of the largest independent energy suppliers in the UK.

For more information about Utility Warehouse services, call the Utility Warehouse head office contact number.

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