Amazon Contact Number for UK – 0870 025 0031
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Contact Amazon today on our Amazon UK contact number 0870 025 0031
Who are Amazon?
Amazon are the world’s largest online retailer with headquarters in Seattle, Washington but with offices and distribution hubs all over the world. Originally an online book store, Amazon have diversified over recent years selling everything from cameras to mobile phone handsets, gardening equipment to computer games as well as a wide range of other products. Amazon sell both direct via their global distribution network as well as via Traders – third party businesses who sell independently under the Amazon brand. As such an Amazon search will usually deliver the product you want with fast delivery from a trusted source. Amazon have their own proprietary tablet called ‘Amazon Kindle’. Starting life as a simple eBook-reader, the Amazon Kindle has gained many technical features and increased functionality over recent releases to now deliver a rounded online tablet experience to its users, allowing them to browse the internet, send email, play a wide range of games, videos and audio files and use a plethora of online applications.
Write to AMAZON at the AMAZON head office address:
1-7 The Grovetown,
Other Important Numbers for Amazon
|Customer Care||0870 025 0031|
|Technical Support||0870 025 0002|
|Delivery Queries||0870 025 0461|
|Account Administration||0870 025 0031|
|Customer Complaints||0870 025 0461|
Here are some other reasons to contact AMAZON
AMAZON Technical Support
With the Amazon helpline on 0870 025 0002 you can get the help you need to get your mobile phone working.
AMAZON Account Administration
You can make changes to your account by calling the AMAZON account administration number on 0870 025 0031.
AMAZON Delivery Queries
Call 0870 025 0031 to discuss any queries regarding your deliveries with a member of the AMAZON team.
Call 0870 025 0031 to complain about any aspect of your service, from lost packages to delayed returns.
Founded by an ex-Wall Street executive Jeff Bezos from his garage in Washington state in 1994, Amazon launched online in 1995. Within 2 months sales had risen to some £15,000 a week. This success could be put down to the fact that where other book retailers could carry around 20,000 units in stock, Amazon used the publishers warehouses as distribution centres, meaning that they had in effect an unlimited virtual warehousing resource. This model was then rolled out across other products with great success. In 2008 Amazon bought the online audio streaming service Audible for an undisclosed sum, enabling users to download podcasts and eBooks to their devices. This streaming functionality increased significantly in 2011 with the purchase of online DVD rental service LoveFilm. Amazon increased the technical capabilities of LoveFilm to enable users to download movies directly onto their devices, removing the need to physically distribute DVDs and then have them returned. This functionality significantly added value to both the LoveFilm subscription service as well as the Kindle eBook Reader.