Phone 0870 055 5777 (for 13p per minute + your operator’s access charge) to speak with Nokia’s customer care department about any Nokia mobile phone or accessory you’re having trouble with. Please note that this number is only suitable for non-mobile related enquiries – please contact your handset manufacturer or your network provider for assistance

Please note that calls to 0870 numbers typically cost 13p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge – unfortunately this is the only phone number we have for Nokia UK’s general customer service helpline – this is the official number promoted by Nokia, we do not know of any local-rate 01, 02 or 03 number or any freephone 0800 number to contact them on (unless you wish to contact one of their regional offices which may be unable to offer any kind of mobile phone support). Please leave your comments below to let us know of your experience with Nokia customer service so far, or let us know if you know of a better (cheaper or otherwise) number to contact them on.

Nokia is a communications and information technology company which specialises in computing networks, virtual reality and health support. They were previously most well known in the UK for their range of mobile phones, however this part of the business was subsumed by Microsoft to form their Mobile division. Therefore please do not contact their customer service team with enquiries about mobile telephones.

Nokia also accepts enquiries related to their products and services that are sent via post to their UK offices:

2 Kingdom Street,
Greater London,
W2 5BD,
United Kingdom.

Nokia Solutions and Networks UK Ltd,
Zenith House,
Rye Close,
Ancells Business Park,
GU51 2UY,
United Kingdom.

Nokia is an information technology company and was formerly a mobile phone brand which designed and manufactured handsets for many years. Founded in Finland, Nokia Mobile was eventually bought out by software conglomerate Microsoft in a high-profile buyout. Today, product technical support and all-round customer service for the remaining aspects of their company continues to be important to the Nokia business.