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Using the Microsoft Customer Number
Your can contact Microsoft customer services on the number listed above.
Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, hardware, services and devices for home and business use.
There is a wide range of Microsoft products and services including desktops and tablets, PC accessories, Windows and Office, apps, games and entertainment including Xbox.
Help and support from Microsoft Customer Services
Microsoft’s customer services can offer support and help with:
- Accounts and billing
- Device, Phone or Xbox
- iPads, Tablets and Mobiles
- Services and apps
- Microsoft Store.
Contact Microsoft customer services for information about:
- Software – Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Skype, MSN, OneNote, OneDrive, Microsoft Health, Microsoft Groove, Bing. Also Microsoft Films and TV, security and free downloads.
- Devices, Mobiles and Xbox – Windows PCs and tablets, Lumia, Surface, Xbox and games, PC accessories, Microsoft Band.
- Business – cloud platform, business applications including Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, Surface.
- Entertainment – films and TV, music.
- Microsoft Store – devices, software, apps, games, business and education, Xbox deals, tablets and PC deals, Lumia deals.
Visit the Microsoft website or call for help with:
- Windows 10
- Windows Phone 8
- Lumia devices
- Microsoft Edge
- Internet Explorer
Contact Microsoft support for answers to:
- how to upgrade to Windows 10
- activation in Windows 10
- how to install or activate Office 365 for home, personal or university
- why Office is taking so long to install.
Safety and Security
Microsoft’s Safety and Security Centre can help with: virus protection, malicious software removal; essential security downloads; other Microsoft support. Contact Microsoft Customer Services 08435 040 970 for more details.
Microsoft Account Support
Set up a Microsoft account and you can apply your settings to all the devices you use. Your Microsoft account gives you access to Microsoft services and lets them work together for you.
Contact Microsoft Support for information and help with your Microsoft account:
- Passwords and emails
- Payment and billing
- Services and subscriptions
- Family features
- Security and privacy.
If you cannot sign into your account or if your account is blocked, contact customer services or ask the Microsoft Answer Desk online.
Manage your devices
Sign into your Microsoft account to:
- Find your lost phone
- Check your phone’s Reset Protection status
- Schedule repairs to a device
- Keep track of your devices.
Use the Microsoft contact number for more information.
Making a Complaint to Microsoft
Contact Microsoft customer services on 08435 040 970.
More About Microsoft
Paul Allen and Bill Gates founded Microsoft in 1975. Its headquarters are in Redmond, Washington, USA. It came to dominate the market in PC operating systems in the 1980s, releasing its first version of Microsoft Windows in 1984. It introduced its Microsoft Office suite of applications in 1990, including Word and Excel. Microsoft went on to release Windows 95, combined with the online MSN service and the Microsoft Explorer web browser.
Windows Vista followed in 2007, further refining Microsoft’s operating platform. The company’s mobile operating system, Windows Mobile, was replaced with the new Windows Phone in 2010. It launched Windows 8 in 2012. The latest Microsoft operating system is Windows 10.
The Microsoft company bought Nokia in 2013, taking over the full marketing of its Lumia range of mobile devices, previously developed in partnership with Nokia. In 2015 it announced the first Lumia devices running on the windows 10 Mobile system.
Microsoft owns and continues to develop the video gaming brand Xbox, originally introduced in 2001.