You should talk to your phone or broadband service provider such as BT, Sky, TalkTalk etc, as Openreach will not be able to help you if you:
They have all your details and will work with us to organise any installation or repair work if it's needed, on your behalf.
There are many things Openreach can help you with. Choose an option from below:
Spotted something in our network that's damaged or unsafe? Safety is important to us here at Openreach so please report damage as soon as you can.
You can learn more about the availability of Fibre at your home or business and have all your questions answered here
Our engineers love to hear from happy customers. If your engineer did a great job you can thank them here
Visit our Cabinet art page to find out more about our policy, request permission to paint artwork on one of our cabinets, or ask for an extension to enable artwork to remain on a cabinet for another two years.
If your existing artwork has been graffitied or defaced and you don't want to redo your artwork, please let us know by following the 'report graffiti' steps below.
If you're looking to report graffiti on one of our cabinets you can do this via our web chat assistant. Just click on the icon in the bottom right corner of the screen and select Damage, Health & Safety -> I want to report damage.
At Openreach, we pride ourselves on making sure we provide excellent customer service. If our customers are unhappy with any part of the service we provide, we do our best to make things right.
Visit our complaints policy page for full details of our policy and how to raise a complaint.
The quickest way to get in contact is to use our virtual assistant. Eiva will help you to find the information you need or set up a chat with our customer services team if necessary. Just click on the icon in the bottom right corner of the screen to get started and select the option for ‘others’ and then select ‘contact us’ to get started.
We're very proud of our team who work hard to keep you connected. That's why we support the ICS 'Service With Respect' campaign.