Amazon phone number

May 25, 2011

Amazon.com doesn’t have a phone number in Australia — not that I could find, anyway. However, If you have an Amazon account, you can get them to call you. From my limited experience (three calls), they call you back within seconds of you asking them to.

Here’s how to get Amazon to call you, no matter where you are:

  1. Click Help at the top right of the Amazon home page.
    Click the Help link in the top right
  2. Click the Contact Us button on the right.
    Click the Contact Us button on the right
  3. If you’re not already signed in, you will be asked to enter your email address and password that you use for Amazon.com
  4. Select your relevant options in sections 1 and 2.
    Select your choices in steps 1 and 2
  5. Click Call us in section 3.
    Click the Call Us button in step 3
  6. Select your country and enter your phone number.
  7. Then either click Call me now or Call me in 5 minutes. If you select Call me now, make sure no-one is on the phone as Amazon will call within seconds.
    Click either the Call Me Now button or the Call Me in 5 Minutes button

There’s also an international phone number you can call (+1-206-266-2992), but why would you when Amazon can call you at their expense?

[Links last checked May 2011]


  1. Amazon can only call you back in some countries. They can’t call back to the Netherlands :-(

  2. Sorry to hear that, but now that you mention it, the list of available countries was short. I forgot to mention that…


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