HSBC Telephone Banking Number – 0843 455 0643

HSBC Telephone Banking Number

HSBC Telephone Banking Number

Get in touch with HSBC telephone banking number today by calling 0843 455 0643.

Banking by phone is so convenient whether you speak to our friendly team or use our 24-hour telephone banking service (subject to planned maintenance periods).

  • HSBC Telephone Banking Number – 24/7

    • Check your balance
    • Make payments to friends and family
    • Pay credit and store card bills
    • Transfer money between accounts

    Our interactive voice response service gives you the freedom to do simple banking transactions 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. So if you want to check your account balance in the middle of the night, you can.

    If you’re an HSBC Advance or HSBC Premier customer and still need further information or assistance, we’ll give you the option to speak to one of our customer service representatives, regardless of what time you call.

  • Call our customer service team

    • Check your balance
    • Make payments
    • Pay bills
    • Transfer money between accounts
    • Set up standing orders
    • Update your details
    • Ask about other HSBC products
    • Make general enquiries

    If you want to speak to a member of our friendly team, we’re here from 8am to 10pm every day to help you manage your account.

Before you can access the HSBC telephone banking number service you’ll need to set up a security number. You only need to do it once and then all you have to do is enter your account details, date of birth and digits from your security number each time you call to ensure your accounts are kept safe. Call us to set up your security number, a six to ten digit number chosen by you. Please have your sort code and account number handy when you call.

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Sky Contact Number – 0843 455 0000

Sky Contact Number

Sky Contact Number

Get immediate help right now by calling the official sky contact number 0843 455 0000

The sky contact number / Sky Customer Services Phone Number is brought to you by ContactCall.co.uk. Please make a note of this number in your phone’s contacts.

We all know how frustrating it is to contact larger UK companies. We have made it simple. One low cost Sky Contact Number connects your call directly to a Sky Customer Services Representative.

Sky TV are the UK’s largest provider of satellite television. Whether you are looking to subscribe, upgrade your TV package, discuss add on options such as Sky Go or Sky Broadband then this is the Sky Phone Number you need – 0843 455 0000.

Problem with your Sky Box? Here’s what to do

  1. The first thing you need to do is check the connections on your box to ensure they are all secure. Check that the cables going to your satellite dish are connected and screwed up tight. Turn off your sky box at the mains, wait for five minutes and turn the power back on. Your Sky box will now boot up. This usually takes a couple of minutes.
    Sky Box HD
  2. It’s time to go outside and check your satellite dish. Ensure that it looks nice and secure and have a close inspection to check for any damage that may have been caused by bad weather. If it all looks ok great. If not, you will need to contact sky on 0843 455 000 as you may need an engineer to call.
  3. If you are still having viewing difficulties, it’s time to use the sky contact number and call sky on 0843 455 000 to speak to a representative of Sky TV. They will assist you further with diagnosing your Sky Viewing Problem.

Here’s some Key Facts about Sky TV

  • Sky was founded in November 1990 and merged with British Sky Broadcasting (BskyB) making it the UK’s largest digital television company. Sky UK Limited trades as “sky”.
  • Sky was once the UK’s most popular television service until it was overtaken by FreeView in April 2007.
  • Sky has the part rights to Premiership Football which are shown on the popular Sky Sports & Sky Sports HD channels.
  • During 2012, Sky launched their Sky Anytime video on demand services allowing customers to simply play a movie of their choice as and when it suits them rather than working to a TV schedule. The anytime video on demand service became hugely popular in coming years with more and more operators rolling out their video on demand services.

Facts are taken from Wikipedia
More information about Sky is available from www.sky.com

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Calls to the Sky Contact Number cost 5ppm from a BT landline. This service is a call through service. Please ensure you have the bill payers permission before calling. Charges from mobile operators and other networks may vary.

Sky Phone Number – 0843 455 0000

Sky Contact Number

Sky Contact Number

Get immediate help right now by calling the official sky phone number 0843 455 0000

The sky phone number / Sky Customer Services Phone Number is brought to you by ContactCall.co.uk. Please make a note of this number in your phone’s contacts.

We all know how frustrating it is to contact larger UK companies. We have made it simple. One low cost Sky Phone Number connects your call directly to a Sky Customer Services Representative.

Sky TV are the UK’s largest provider of satellite television. Whether you are looking to subscribe, upgrade your TV package, discuss add on options such as Sky Go or Sky Broadband then this is the Sky Phone Number you need – 0843 455 0000.

Problem with your Sky Box? Here’s what to do

  1. The first thing you need to do is check the connections on your box to ensure they are all secure. Check that the cables going to your satellite dish are connected and screwed up tight. Turn off your sky box at the mains, wait for five minutes and turn the power back on. Your Sky box will now boot up. This usually takes a couple of minutes.
    Sky Box HD
  2. It’s time to go outside and check your satellite dish. Ensure that it looks nice and secure and have a close inspection to check for any damage that may have been caused by bad weather. If it all looks ok great. If not, you will need to contact sky on 0843 455 000 as you may need an engineer to call.
  3. If you are still having viewing difficulties, it’s time to use the sky contact number and call sky on 0843 455 000 to speak to a representative of Sky TV. They will assist you further with diagnosing your Sky Viewing Problem.

Here’s some Key Facts about Sky TV

  • Sky was founded in November 1990 and merged with British Sky Broadcasting (BskyB) making it the UK’s largest digital television company. Sky UK Limited trades as “sky”.
  • Sky was once the UK’s most popular television service until it was overtaken by FreeView in April 2007.
  • Sky has the part rights to Premiership Football which are shown on the popular Sky Sports & Sky Sports HD channels.
  • During 2012, Sky launched their Sky Anytime video on demand services allowing customers to simply play a movie of their choice as and when it suits them rather than working to a TV schedule. The anytime video on demand service became hugely popular in coming years with more and more operators rolling out their video on demand services.

Facts are taken from Wikipedia
More information about Sky is available from www.sky.com

Contact Sky Customer Services on Twitter – Contact Sky on Twitter
Contact Sky Customer Services on Facebook – Contact Sky on Facebook

Calls to the Sky Contact Number cost 5ppm from a BT landline. This service is a call through service. Please ensure you have the bill payers permission before calling. Charges from mobile operators and other networks may vary.

AA Roadside Assistance – 0843 455 1187

AA Roadside Assistance Contact Number

HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number

The AA Roadside Emergency Assistance number 0843 455 1187 is a direct dial number which connects you to the AA Roadside Assistance helpline.

About AA Roadside Assistance

 

If you’ve broken down it can be hard and often dangerous to stop.

Get your vehicle off the road if possible and warn other traffic by using your hazard warning lights, particularly if your vehicle is causing an obstruction.

Motorway hard shoulders are for emergency use only. You should only stop if it is a real emergency and you have no other choice. It’s best to try to drive to a safer place off the motorway if you can rather than stopping on the hard shoulder.

On a motorway with a hard shoulder

You must not stop on the hard shoulder to:

  • go to the toilet
  • use a mobile phone
  • check a route or map

Step by step

If an emergency forces you to stop:

  • pull on to the hard shoulder and stop as far to the left as possible with the wheels turned to the left
  • leave your sidelights on and turn on the hazard warning lights
  • get out of the vehicle by the left-hand door and make sure that all your passengers do the same
  • leave animals in the vehicle or in an emergency, keep them under proper control on the verge
  • if you have reflective jackets in the vehicle wear them – do not use a warning triangle on the hard shoulder
  • make sure that passengers keep away from the carriageway and hard shoulder and children are kept under control – it is best to retreat up the bank, or behind a barrier if this is possible
  • don’t attempt even simple repairs

Calling for help

Once in a safe place use a mobile phone to call the AA, making sure you can describe your location – look out for the new Driver Location Signs which will help us pinpoint your location and direction of travel, or there are reference numbers on all telephones and marker posts.

If you have a smart phone you can download the AA App, which uses the GPS function on the phone to find your exact location.  With the simple touch of an icon both the call and the location are transferred to the AA Control Centre.

If you don’t have a mobile walk to an emergency telephone on your side of the carriageway – never attempt to cross the carriageway. Follow the arrows on the posts at the back of the hard shoulder – the phone is free and connects directly to the police/Highways Agency. Give full details to the police and tell them if you are a vulnerable motorist, such as a woman travelling alone.

If you feel at risk from another person, return to your vehicle by a left-hand door and lock all doors. Leave your vehicle again as soon as you feel this danger has passed.

Rejoining the carriageway

Build up speed on the hard shoulder and watch for a safe gap in the traffic before rejoining the carriageway. Be aware that other vehicles may be stationary on the hard shoulder.

If you can’t get across to the hard shoulder

  • stopping on a running lane is extremely dangerous
  • switch on your hazard warning lights
  • don’t attempt to place any warning device on the carriageway
  • leave the vehicle only when you can safely get clear of the carriageway

If you have a disability which prevents you from following the above then stay in your vehicle, keep your seatbelt on, switch on your hazard warning lights and use a mobile phone, if you have one, to contact the emergency services.

Smart motorways

If you need to stop in an emergency on Smart motorways, where the hard shoulder has been converted for use as a permanent traffic lane:

Use an emergency refuge area, motorway service area or leave at the next junction.

If this is not possible try and get the vehicle off the carriageway, if it is safe to do so.

If there is no choice but to stop in a live lane;

  • use hazard warning lights to help other drivers see you
  • if you are in the left hand lane and it is safe to do so, exit the vehicle via the left hand door.Wait behind the barrier if possible.
  • if you cannot exit the vehicle, do not feel it is safe to do so or there is no other place of relative safety, stay in the vehicle. Keep your seat belt on and dial ‘999’.

As soon as the highway operator is alerted, the regional control centre may use electronic signals to reduce speed limits and alert other drivers, and will dispatch a Traffic Officer to help protect the scene.

Lanes may also be closed to allow access for emergency vehicles, which can be any lane.

Contact the AA breakdown line on 0843 455 1187

The AA Roadside Assistance Breakdown Contact Number provided 0843 455 1187 is a direct dial number which connects you to the AA Roadside Assistance helpline. Calls to this number are charged at 5ppm from a BT landline. Charges may vary from other operators. Remember to get the bill payers permission before calling the HMRC self assessment contact number.

HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number 0843 455 1000

HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number

HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number

The HMRC Self Assessment number 0843 455 1000 is a direct dial number which connects you to the HMRC self assessment helpline.

About HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number

The HMRC Self Assessment is Her Majesty’s Customs and Revenues income tax collection system in the UK.

Any monies earned as an employee via the Pay as You Earn scheme usually involves a tax deduction. For self employed people and business owners, any income must be declared to HRMC using the Self Assessment tax return.

If you file your HMRC Tax Return online, the deadline for filing is 31st January each year. Remember if you haven’t registered, extra time may be needed to go though the registration process. It can take up to 20 days and involves an authentication code which is posted to your address.

The HRMC Self Assessment number 0845 455 1000 is a helpline provided by HRMC. It offers help and advice as well as facilities for making payment.

How to file your HMRC Self Assessment Online

  1. If you haven’t already done so, you must register for a Online Account with HMRC. You can register for one here https://www.gov.uk/register-for-self-assessment Please allow up to 20 days to register.
  2. Once you have successfully registered, you can login, enrol for the HMRC Self Assessment Service and file your Self Assessment Return. You can login here https://www.gov.uk/log-in-file-self-assessment-tax-return
  3. If you have any difficulties registering or filing your Self Assessment Return, you will need to contact the HMRC helpline using the HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number 0845 455 1000.

The HMRC Self Assessment Contact Number provided 0843 455 1000 is a direct dial number which connects you to the HMRC Self Assessment helpline. Calls to this number are charged at 5ppm from a BT landline. Charges may vary from other operators. Remember to get the bill payers permission before calling the HMRC self assessment contact number.

Sky Contact Number 0843 455 0000

Sky Contact Number

Sky Contact Number

Get immediate help right now by calling the official sky contact number 0843 455 0000

The Sky Contact Number / Sky Customer Services Number is brought to you by ContactCall.co.uk. Please make a note of this number in your phone’s contacts.

We all know how frustrating it is to contact larger UK companies. We have made it simple. One low cost Sky Contact Number connects your call directly to a Sky Customer Services Representative.

Sky TV are the UK’s largest provider of satellite television. Whether you are looking to subscribe, upgrade your TV package, discuss add on options such as Sky Go or Sky Broadband then this is the Sky Contact Number you need – 0843 455 0000.

Problem with your Sky Box? Here’s what to do

  1. The first thing you need to do is check the connections on your box to ensure they are all secure. Check that the cables going to your satellite dish are connected and screwed up tight. Turn off your sky box at the mains, wait for five minutes and turn the power back on. Your Sky box will now boot up. This usually takes a couple of minutes.
    Sky Box HD
  2. It’s time to go outside and check your satellite dish. Ensure that it looks nice and secure and have a close inspection to check for any damage that may have been caused by bad weather. If it all looks ok great. If not, you will need to contact sky on 0843 455 000 as you may need an engineer to call.
  3. If you are still having viewing difficulties, it’s time to use the sky contact number and call sky on 0843 455 000 to speak to a representative of Sky TV. They will assist you further with diagnosing your Sky Viewing Problem.

Here’s some Key Facts about Sky TV

  • Sky was founded in November 1990 and merged with British Sky Broadcasting (BskyB) making it the UK’s largest digital television company. Sky UK Limited trades as “sky”.
  • Sky was once the UK’s most popular television service until it was overtaken by FreeView in April 2007.
  • Sky has the part rights to Premiership Football which are shown on the popular Sky Sports & Sky Sports HD channels.
  • During 2012, Sky launched their Sky Anytime video on demand services allowing customers to simply play a movie of their choice as and when it suits them rather than working to a TV schedule. The anytime video on demand service became hugely popular in coming years with more and more operators rolling out their video on demand services.

Facts are taken from Wikipedia
More information about Sky is available from www.sky.com

Contact Sky Customer Services on Twitter – Contact Sky on Twitter
Contact Sky Customer Services on Facebook – Contact Sky on Facebook

Calls to the Sky Contact Number cost 5ppm from a BT landline. This service is a call through service. Please ensure you have the bill payers permission before calling. Charges from mobile operators and other networks may vary.