Returns and repairs
Bought something from us? Then you have the right to a repair, replacement or refund if it isn’t working as it should.
And you’ve got the right to change your mind too. Take a look at our change-of-mind policy.
Reckon your device is faulty? Nobody likes to part with their tech, so there are a few things you could try before sending it to us. First, back up your data so you don’t lose your contacts or snaps. Then install the latest software update and reset your phone to its factory settings. This might solve the issue. If you’re still struggling, try our online troubleshooter. And if you need help, book a free session with an O2 Guru in one of our stores.
If your device develops a fault within 30 days, we'll either give you a brand new replacement or your money back. It’s up to you. If it’s been more than 30 days, we'll try to get it fixed for you. You might have to pay in some cases, but we'll let you know beforehand. And you’ll have to pay for any chargeable browsing, texts or calls you’ve made.
You can return your device to us to check, repair, exchange or return Find out how to return a faulty device.
We’ll repair your device as quickly as we can, but you might be able to borrow a replacement while you wait. Ask in one of our stores for more details.
Having a problem with your iPhone? Go to one of our five stores that are also Authorised Apple Repair partners. Staff in these stores are trained to repair iPhones, so you could even get your phone fixed the same day you take it in..
If you’ve returned your device or sent it to us for repair, you can check its status. This excludes O2 Home equipment.
If you’re struggling with your device, try our online troubleshooter. You might just need to update the software or delete some of your apps. If it can’t solve your problem, the troubleshooter will tell you what to do next.
If this isn’t the first time you’ve had a problem with your device, we might be able to give you a full or partial refund. This will depend on how long ago you bought it.
If you bought a phone or tablet from o2.co.uk, or over the phone with an O2 advisor, you can use our online returns service. If you bought it from an O2 store, you’ll need to return it to store. And if you didn’t buy the faulty product directly from us, you’ll need to get in touch with the seller.
When you send us your device to check, repair, exchange or return, we’ll reset it to its factory settings. This will delete all your info, so make sure that you back up your contacts, photos or anything else you want to keep before you send your device to us. Terms apply.
When you return your device to us, you'll need to make sure it's unlocked and doesn’t have any security software that might stop us from accessing it. If it’s locked or disabled when you send it to us, we might have to charge you for any replacement, or we might not be able to give you a refund.
When you return your device, you'll need to include proof of purchase, all the original parts and any accessories or free gifts. And you should return it with the packaging if possible.
When you send us your device to check, repair, exchange or return, we’ll reset it to its factory settings. This will delete all your info, so make sure that you back up your contacts, photos or anything you want to keep before you send your device to us. Terms apply.
If your device is damaged, your warranty might not be valid. We’ll let you know if the problem’s been caused by damage rather than a fault. If this is the case, we’ll need to charge you for any repairs.
We’ll always help where we can, but sometimes this isn’t possible. If we can’t help with your faulty device you might want to check the manufacturer's warranty and your insurance cover..
If you bought your accessory from an O2 store you can return it there. To return an accessory that you bought online, use our accessories return form.
If you’re having problems with O2 Home equipment, give us a ring on 0344 499 0202. Calls will be charged at the standard UK rate.
We’ll let you know whether we need to send an engineer out or whether you can just return your kit to us by post. If it’s a problem with integrated equipment, like locks or thermostats, we’ll probably send an engineer out to take a look. You can even choose a convenient time for us to call round. Don’t try to uninstall integrated equipment by yourself.
If you do want to uninstall your other O2 Home equipment, call us so we can send you the right packaging for you to return your kit. We’ll let you know how to use the CollectPlus service to send your equipment back to us.
You might be able to uninstall larger kit, like fixed outdoor cameras. But if you’d like us to help, or you want your integrated equipment to be removed, we can send an engineer out to you. This usually costs £150 per visit. Call us to arrange a visit.
We’ll take a look at any items you send back to us. Once we’ve found out what the fault is, we’ll refund, replace or repair them.
If we can’t help with faulty kit, you might want to check your insurance cover.If you're not sure about any techy terms, check out our jargon buster
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