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How do I contact iTunes Australia?

How do I contact iTunes Australia?

Australia Corporate Contacts

  1. Apple Enterprise Sales 1300-552-024.
  2. Apple Government Sales 1300-550-691.
  3. Apple Media Helpline 133-622.
  4. Apple Store (Consumer and Education Individuals) 133-622.
  5. Apple Store (Education Institutions) 1300-551-927.
  6. Apple Store (Small Business) 1300-369-095.

Is there a 24 hour Apple support number Australia?

Get support via phone or chat, Contact Apple Support on 1300‑321‑456.

How do I get iTunes to stop charging my credit card?

What to Know. Sign in to iTunes, then go to Store > View My Apple ID. Select the Edit link next to Apple ID Summary. On the Edit Payment Information screen, select None instead of choosing a credit card.

What time Is Apple support Open in Australia?

Apple – Support – AppleCare Support Numbers (Australia) Call AppleCare on the appropriate number below. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Why do I have to contact iTunes support?

Did you contact I tunes support? This kind of notice usually means they want to confirm you are who you say you are, or your cc has expired, or any of a number of things. Contact them at the link given and find out. I also did Contact itunes support soo many times but still my problem not fixed.

Is Apple live chat a real person?

Again, from the Apple Chat page: “Talk to a real person… Most often, your conversations will be with a live agent. You might get fast, automated responses for simple requests, but a real person will be available if needed.”

Why is iTunes taking money out of my account?

If you were charged by Apple for something there are a few possibilities: You purchased it from the app store (or subscribed to a service) and forgot you did. Someone you share your phone with purchased it from the app store. Someone you share your Apple ID with purchased it from the app store.

Why is Apple charging my card for no reason?

Here are some reasons Apple might charge your card: App Store purchases: Downloaded on an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, or Mac. iTunes media purchases: These include music, movies, TV shows, or eBooks. Hardware purchases: Made on or at an Apple Store.