Call direct on 0844 887 5999 for the Sky Customer Services department. Lines are open 24/7 for TV, broadband, billing and all other queries. Call today!
Customer Services – The UK Customer Services Directory – Sky Contact Number.
The 0844 887 5999 number provided will put you directly in touch with Sky Customer Services where you will be able to receive information, help and advice with your enquiry. Our 0844 numbers cost £0.05 per minute from a BT Landline plus network extras, calls from mobile phones and other networks may cost more according to your service provider. Please note we are not associated in any way with Sky or any of the other companies listed on our website.
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Sky Subscriber Services Ltd, PO Box 43, Livingston, West Lothian, EH54 7DD.
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Originally launched as Sky Television PLC in 1989 by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. as a four channel satellite service, Sky has grown to be one of the UK’s biggest and most important companies. That hasn’t come easy though, thanks to incredible competition, government intervention and underdeveloped technology meant that for a long time Sky television was unprofitable and unsustainable. In fact, it took a merger with their competition (British Satellite Broadcasting) to get the company anywhere near a useful market share. Recently, Sky have expanded into Europe with the acquisition of Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland, giving them a new way to get their superb programming and customer service skills to even more customers.
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