Help and advice for your phone and broadband complaints
Phones and broadband play such a major part in our daily lives that it can be extremely frustrating when things go wrong.
But what happens when problems occur and what do you need to do to get help?
Every year Ofcom receives thousands of complaints from consumers – at the rate of around 300 a day.
These complaints play a vital part in helping us ensure that all consumers get the very best from their phone and internet services.
They not only inform us of the problems you face but also help shape our work so that we can tackle the issues that matter to you.
While we cannot resolve individual cases, we also want to make it as easy as possible for you to get the help you need.
Streamlined complaints section
That’s why we recently launched a new streamlined telecoms advice and complaints section.
It explains what you need to do to get your phone and broadband problems solved and who you need to complain to.
Links and advice
Each section explains the complaints process for a particular problem and includes direct links to the right organisation to handle your problem.
Advice and complaints
Your fixed line, mobile and internet
Our job is to make sure that phone companies treat you fairly.
Our advice and monitoring forms
TV and Radio Programmes
Are you concerned about a programme you have seen on television or listened to on the radio?
Find out how to complain
TV and Radio reception problems
The BBC are responsible for investigating complaints of interference to domestic radio and television.
Advice and how to report a problem
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The Communications Market
The Consumer Experience