Contact H20 Wireless Customer Service

Contact H20 Wireless Customer Service

Contacting H20 Wireless Customer Service Center

H20 Wireless is a mobile phone company that appears to work primarily with the GSM network. GSM is outdated cellular technology, but it does allow the company to offer cheaper pricing plans with no long-term commitment or credit check. Customers simply order a SIM card or purchase a phone with an applicable calling plan. You can upgrade to 4G for Internet access, but not for cellular phone coverage.

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Contact Info:

Phone Contact Numbers

Callers will reach an H20 Wireless customer service representative between 9 a.m. and 12 a.m. Monday to Friday or 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. If you have an account with H20 Wireless, do not call from your mobile phone. You will be asked to hang up and call back after spending several minutes working through the automated system.

  • Customer Service: 1-800-643-4926

Mailing Address

H20 Wireless customer service work for Locus Telecom. There is no customer service address for H20 Wireless, but there is an address for the business behind the mobile phone company. Address your letter to the corporate office at:

Locus Telecom Attn: Customer Service 2200 Fletcher Ave. 6th Fl. Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Official Website

Shop phones, mobile plans and SIM cards on the H20 Wireless customer service website at Phone prices range from $30 for a basic phone to nearly $200 for a refurbished iPhone 3GS, as of 2013. It looks like H20 Wireless sells the phones other companies have discontinued or left behind and phones that did not make the consumer cut.

Social Media

Social media is important to all sorts of businesses, including mobile phone and Internet companies. Current or potential customers can log in to their favorite social media account to connect with H20 Wireless customer service with general questions or comments.

Customer Service Email

Contacting H20 Wireless by phone is the fastest means of receiving an answer to product or account questions, but when you are too busy to call or you simply want to skip the person-to-person contact, you can email a representative, go about your day and read the answer at your convenience.

Our Experience

Reaching H20 Wireless customer service requires working through an automated system and a list of options. You can press 1 to purchase airtime, 2 to activate your service, 3 for customer service, 4 for instructions for adding airtime or 5 for instructions for voicemail. You will be given a new list of options in the new menu or you can simply press 6 to connect with a customer service representative. You will listen to a few messages and you will need to press 6 again to reach a representative. The system is a little confusing and the agent who picked up the call had a strong accent.

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7 Comments on “Contact H20 Wireless Customer Service
  1. Sir do yall do insurance on yall phone service. See I need to have insurance pick on my phone.i got a mega galaxy. Thank you.

  2. will you please send me another information on my contact so i can keep it on my record. and i want to know how much it is to get another phone please sir.

  3. will you please send me another information on my contact so i can keep it on my record. and i want to know how much it is to get another phone please sir.

    The Rep said i had to call to receive

  4. I’m writing to complain about two wireless phone numbers me and my wife pay every month. First 9176033845, and my wife’s 9175280958. I have automatic payments that come out of my disability monthly check I get on the the 3rd of each month. Your company tried to charge me before on the 30th. Then you disconnect my service. The same went for my wife, her payments were to be paid by a master card, and you charged too early. You blame my bank declining, and the credit card declining. This mistake is two too many. Do I need to change wireless companies. I’m not going back and forth with the bank, credit card company to try to find out what happened. I want my 10% discount for both lines for paying with debit, and master card. I hope this does’nt happen again. Lets see what happens next month……………..

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