Are you seeking a reliable mobile phone retailer from whom to purchase a new phone or sim card? Are you hoping to find a company that can deliver this product directly to your house, so that you can select exactly what you want and have it brought to you without having to even leave your home? Then you are in luck! Fonehouse offers you the option of doing just that with their online store for phones and sim cards. Read on to learn more about this company, then check out honest customer reviews to see if their other customers have been impressed with their business and product quality.
Founded in 1994, Fonehouse is an online and in-store retailer of phones and sim card deals. They have been in the business of selling mobile phones since their earliest days and thus have acquired great knowledge and understanding of the production and retail of these devices. In addition to their busy online store, the brand also has 21 stores throughout the UK, where its customers can be treated to the best-personalised customer service.
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Customer Service: What products are sold by this brand, how can these be found on their website and what additional services do they offer?
The Fonehouse website is primarily split into 4 categories, within which customers can either find products or information. Firstly, the Pay Monthly category presents all phones sold by Fonehouse for which customers can purchase amonthly paymentcontract. Within this category, customers can filter through the available products by selecting their Manufacturer of choices, such as Apple, Samsung, LG, Nokia, Alcatel and Doro. The Sim Free category offers the same brands and presents all the available phones. The Sim Only category presents all sim deals, with information regarding their contract length time, total minutes, texts, data and extras. These are available from networks of either EE, IQ mobile or Vodafone. Finally, the fourth category specifically features iPhones, such as the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 6S and iPhone 6, and a category specifically for IQ mobile sims.
Payments can be made using Visa and MasterCard. Customers can also benefit from free delivery on all products.
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Have you ever shopped at Fonehouse? If so, why not take a moment to share your thoughts on this customer experience with us in a customer review! This could include comments regarding the quality of their products, for example, did the phone or Sim you bought last long? Or what did you think of the deals that are available, do you think that they have good value for money or are they overpriced? Did you have any particularly positive or negative interactions with the company's customer service team? If you have anything to say regarding these elements, share it all in a customer review to let us and other phone-shoppers know!
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I can't fault anything about Fonehouse, I have never dealt with them and I am sure they are great.
But there are call centers claiming to be Fonehouse, calling themselves fonehousegroup. I have just caught them out now, I knew this was dodgy from the very beginning but still went through with this to see how far they take it. So this is the SCAM, they take your card details, they promise you something but you get something else, once you receive this, they say it was a mistake and make you send this back to one of their addresses, once you send it, you are doomed.
These were the flags I saw from miles away, but continued so I can share the knowledge with you. - Got them to send an email to me, email was bogus from the very start - Always check the company details/address, they address the SCAMMERS gave was the same as Fonehouse, I called them and they told me it was a SCAM - Never give out your bank details if you suspect anything, although I did give them a bank I don't use much - When the wrong product came, I knew something was up, they said it was sent by mistake, more red flags! - Do not send the product back, always check where you are sending the product back, I google map checked and street view checked, it was a house, not a store/factory - Confront the SCAMMERS, tell them about all these red flags, I did this, they tried soo hard to convince me and then hang up - Call the network provider and report fraud, cancel the contract, get them to give you an address you can send it back so you don't get charged
Yes I do understand that it’s a it confusing! When I ordered for next day it didn’t come and I only recieved order confirmation email I ordered Friday I got it Monday and when I called today costumer service told me ur orderer will arrive between 12:45 and 13:45 and I was waiting and the carrier was at my house door 1 minute early so I was soo impressed am soo happy I got my phone cos the reviews made me very scared that I was scammed too but it wasn’t scam I definitely will recommend them.
Read the reviews on here after already placing my order and was worried my phone wouldn't arrive or there would be some sort of issue. Not the case for me. Placed order Tuesday morning and phone arrived Wednesday afternoon. I was updated regularly by email and was sent a tracker for dpd. Not doubting anybody else's reviews but I didn't have any issues myself 🙂
I dropped my phone and it stopped working. I called Fonehouse and they said my previous 24 months had ended, so I could get a new contract WITH a free new iPhone! Now I have a new & improved smartphone, without even having to pay extra for it! :-)
Very disappointed, wanted the new iPhone for my daughter’s birthday. Ordered the phone through the Fonehouse website, got emails that accepted by the network and passed the credit score and the phone will be on its way, then I had a last minute email that they cancelled my order due to their “internal security”. Clearly a rubbish internal security as I never been rejected for anything in my life. Went to the Affordable Mobiles site, ordered exactly the same deal and the phone was here 24hrs later. Don’t buy anything from the Fonehouse as they will disappoint you
The company took £170 from my account up tilll the time I write no phone no refund . They are scam the phone number I knew them with has been changed . Please give back my money I have gone to EE I got my upgrade same day . Eunice
THESE PEOPLE ARE A SCAM!!! BE CAREFUL, THEY TAKE ALL YOUR DETAILS AND THEN WEIRD STUFF STARTS TO HAPPEN. THERE'S A GUY CALLED DEXTER THAT SAYS HE'S THE MANAGER AND A JUNIOR SAIED AND SOME SANDRA MILLS WHO APPEARS TO NOT BE REAL EITHER. THEY TOOK ALL MY DETAILS AND THEN I GOT A WEIRD LLOYDS BANKING MESSAGE WHEN I'VE NEVER BANKED WITH LLOYDS IN MY LIFE. I REPORTED THEM TO THE POLICE AND TO MY CURRENT PROVIDER AS WELL!
There are two companies on the Internet with similar sounding names. The first company is called fonehouse Who is a legitimate company operating from London. The other company is called fone house Group and this company has a CallCenter in Pakistan. If you ever get a call from a company called fone house they are indeed masquerading as the real company, and they would likely offer you a tremendous deal which is slightly better than your current provider. They have a really professional outfit and understand how to scam the customer through giving them the same responses that a normal network provider would give. The scan works as follows-they will continue to call you week after week until you give in from a variety Of telephone numbers which will after a while stop working. They will then try and call you from new numbers with similar number in digits and claim to be from the same company. They will offer you a fantastic deal, and then they will promise to deliver your telephone next working day. Lo and behold, I received two brand-new iPhone 11 at my doorstep at 9 am. I called him back and told him that I have received the wrong item. They then said that a warehousing error has occurred and that the product needs to be sent to their returns department. So far so good. In return, and due to the inconvenience that I have suffered, they said they would send me a gift.I have not received any gift, and on top of all this, their telephone number went blank, and their website fonehousegroup.co.uk also is down. This is a very sophisticated scam and I am generally quite good at spotting these fakes. However, in this case the CallCenter agents are extremely astute, and understand exactly what you want to hear and overcome your objections. For example, when I mentioned how they were able to get fantastic deals, they said they have a special volumeOf telephones which they purchase and therefore they are able to pass the savings on to the customer. I will get to the bottom of this and I will find out where they are.
Very poor customer service. Very uneducated. Problems with my order. When I finally received my phone the SIM was not active. And it stated emergency calls only. I was told it can take up to 24 hours to be activated (this is a LIE) It's gone past the 24 hours. And still emergency calls only. Don't bother with this 3rd party company
Bought an Arlo go for £299 from fonehouse on 5th may. On the 19th May I still didn't have it so emailed a complaint. On the 25th may they agreed to give me a full refund but we are now on the 8th June and they have ignored 3 emails from me asking where my £299 is. I'm now contacting my bank and trading standards. Very unpleasant experience and could have brought this of Amazon for next day delivery for £267 but I wanted a sim card so was happy to pay the extra....wish I had just looked into Amazon more and ordered from them. AVOID FONEWAREHOUSE unless you like hassle.
Like many people have written their experience here, I am also one of the victims of this company. Behind this company there is a dark web call centre operating, which is causing the most damages to innocent people of this country. They offered me a fantastic mobile deal with Vodafone and took all my personal and bank details to setup the contract and direct debit. Two days later I had a text message from Vodafone that someone try to take a second contract against my account and they blocked it as had the security protection in place. Then they came back to me with some doggy reasons for why they didn't send me the phone. Probably they didn't know what Vodafone told me. Following day when I check my bank account there were 4 transections, which I did not recognise, worth £1400 and all money remittance through monogram. I immediately reported to the bank and moneygram and both are investigating this fraudulent money transfer. I reported to Fonehouse, but they were not keen on listening to me and not even asked me for my details. A company called KTM Ltd owns Fonehouse and another company called Greentechplc, they buy returned/used and damaged mobile phones and recycle them, no wonder what some people are receiving damaged or not working phones. I have now reported my experience to Actio Fraud a cyber crime investgation unit of the UK police. My kind request is that you log your case to Action Fraud UK so that it will help them investigate and punish these criminals. Everything is done in a large scale dark world operation that is scamming many innocent people on a daily basis. Please work together to stop these criminals and send them to where they should be.
this site is very confusing to understand. I bought this phone for 35 a month for three years... and they asked me if I had an existing number with three. I do already have a contract with three and I stated this, yet today my phone came in the post and inside was a new three contract??! I rang three to tell them I did not want this contract, so they told me I'd need to pay 600 pounds upfront due to early cancelling on a contract I did not want!
Im a student that earns £250 a month maximum and I don't have this sort of money to fix something I didn't cause. Im extremely upset and stressed about this as you could imagine. what on earth can I do about it? I return the phone but still have to pay for this contract refund? very very heartbreaking.