Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) Customer Service number

Virtually every day we get phone calls from TIM customers asking us if we know the phone number for Telecom Italia Mobile. We do! So, in an effort to save everyone’s time…here it is.

If you are calling from Europe, dial +393399119 (the + sign means 00). If you are calling TIM from the United States or Canada, dial 011 39 3399119119. By the way, if you check the TIM website, the number they give is without the extra 119 but, from our experience, that doesn’t work.In addition, if you have credit on your SIM card, you can usually dial 119 from your handset to reach TIM customer service. “Usually” because if you don’t have coverage, you can’t. Please note that these are not toll free calls from outside of Europe.

Please note that they will probably not speak English and they will definitely ask you to confirm your identification and TIM SIM card phone number. Please note that since we, Cellular Abroad, is not TIM, we have no information regarding your TIM account. If, however, you have a TIM data SIM card that you rented from Cellular Abroad, since they are registered directly to us, we can help.

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8 comments on “Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) Customer Service number

  1. Eric Lizotte on said:

    My wife’s uncle (Luciano Martinengo, cell.: 262 3465) is visiting from Italy with his Tim cell phone. He can receive calls but unfortunately he can not send out calls. I would like to know who is your associated server company here in eastern Canada (Quebec, Canada)? Is it Telus, Bell, Rogers, etc…?

    • Sebastian Harrison on said:

      Sounds like he isn’t dialing correctly. He needs to dial +1 then the area code and the phone number. Regarding who the roaming partner is, I am not sure but more likely than not it is more than one carrier in Canada.

  2. Hi There,

    I’m located in Canada and purchased a Tim Sim in March 2015 in Milan
    I’m trying to keep my Tim sim card active, but cant reach them via the number listed above.
    Any idea why or how I can keep it activated?
    Thanks.

    • Sebastian Harrison on said:

      Hi Jonah,

      as long as you add call credit once every 12 months, you can keep the SIM. it is not easy to add the credit from Canada however. If you have a friend or relative in Italy, I would suggest asking them to add it. TIM does not take Canadian credit cards unfortunately.

  3. Patricia Sandler on said:

    I have two Italian SIM cards. Since we are in Italy at least once a year, I’ve not had a problem with losing my number. I also have an Italian bank account for non-residents. I cannot use it to recharge my Italian phones. Also, on the TIM site, it states that only Credit Cards issued in Italy can be used to recharge phones on-line. Registering on their site can always give you your residual credit if you don’t want to use your Italian SIM to check it. Also, do you know if I can transfer my two numbers to my Android phones. Thanks.

  4. Will WORLD on said:

    I have a TIM SIM CARD del periodo che ero a Roma. Non ho il PUK percui non riesco a rintracciare i miei amici Romani. Vi prego di aiutarmi e nel frattempo io vi scrivo tutti i dati sul SIM:
    89390
    001492
    649610
    M26D-67
    366-5257457
    Vi prego di spedirmi il MIO PUK o cancellarlo completamente perche il SIM e a nome MIO WILL WORLD. GRAZIE!

  5. Sebastian Harrison on said:

    Looks like you have a plan that takes X amount of Euros per week or per month. There are tons of different options (ex. 5 Euros for unlimited texting, 10 Euros per month and you get 1GB of data, etc.) So, what you need to do is change the plan to a default plan or…just let it drain to zero. it doesn’t matter in terms of keeping the SIM valid. As long as you add a voucher each 12 months, the SIM is still valid.

  6. Sebastian Harrison on said:

    check to see if you haven’t accidentally signed up for an SMS service such as weather or something to that effect. Also, contact TIM about your issue or, try to log into your tim account online. Unfortunately, Cellular Abroad is not TIM and we cannot help you.

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