Camellia Customer Service Contact

Camellia
Customer Helpline Number

24 hour UK service
Best calling hours
Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00
Camellia
Calls to 118 212 cost £2.50 per call plus £0.75 per minute (minimum 1 minute charge), plus your phone companys access charge. Calls to international 118 412 cost £2.50 per call plus £0.75 per minute (minimum 1 minute charge), plus your phone companys access charge. The free number can be found here. You will be put through to the directory team

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The Camellia customer helpline contact number should provide you assistance in the following areas.

• Camellia Number Contact
•Financial services Support

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Calls may cost more from mobiles and other networks. You should be aware that you will not be connected directly to a Camellia Customer Service agent. Contact helpline is in no way affiliated with Camellia.

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News

Petrol prices go up again!

Petrol prices at a record high

Petrol prices continue to climb past the £2.00 per litre mark for both petrol and diesel.

Shoppers filling up at petrol stations after the weekly shop have quipped 'If this continues it soon will be like filling up your with extra virgin olive oil'.

Yet there seems no near relief from it, neither the goverment announcing a reduction or at least a price freeze. Light car users are advised to take to foot and transport to keep the cost of filling up the car cutting heavily into the monthly expense.

So, Are rising petrol prices affecting our road usage?

Despite roadusers paying through the nose on petrol prices, government figures reveal that traffic has only reduced by 2% meaning change is not noticeable by road users across the nation.

This also means that car owners are definitely forgoing other household / non household expenses just to keep the car running.

Otherwise there would be more drivers priced off at the tap and then subsequently off the road.

According to the BBC traffic research, drivers are thinking twice about using their cars due to ridiculously high petrol prices. A survey by the AA across 17,500 of its members found that 26% had cut back on other areas of spending, 17% had cut back on using their car and over 20% of them had done both. But still this is yet to reflect on actual road useage

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