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Default Oystercard helpline - non-geographic equivalent?

I'm looking for a non-geographic equivalent of 0845 330 9876.

If they are going to keep me on hold for hours at a time I don't want
to pay for the privilege!

TIA,
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Default Oystercard helpline - non-geographic equivalent?

Don't you mean geographic equivalent?

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I'm looking for a non-geographic equivalent of 0845 330 9876.

If they are going to keep me on hold for hours at a time I don't want
to pay for the privilege!

TIA,
Steph



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Don't you mean geographic equivalent?


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Default Oystercard helpline - non-geographic equivalent?

I phoned the helpline yesterday(Saturday) at 17.00 and was only second in
the queue. However when I spoke to someone I was informed that there
information is 24 hours out of date so of no use to me. If you have a
problem remember to wait 24 hours before call.


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Default Oystercard helpline - non-geographic equivalent?

On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 11:34:24 +0000, Dave Newt
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Jason wrote:

On 9 Jan 2004 10:23:31 -0800, (Steph Davies)
wrote:

I'm looking for a non-geographic equivalent of 0845 330 9876.

If they are going to keep me on hold for hours at a time I don't want
to pay for the privilege!


There's also an option to press 1 (or something) to be called back by
the next staff member.


Do they actually bother phoning people back now? They never did me...


Yes - as of last Friday they were!


Cheers,

Jason.


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