Updated 05 May 2020

PlayStation Twitter Support - @AskPS_UK

Find out how and when you can get in touch with Ask PlayStation UK via Twitter, as well as what you can expect from us and what we expect from you.


How you can reach us

You can simply send us a tweet, making sure you mention our handle @AskPS_UK, with a brief description of your query.

Our current operating hours (BST) are:






12:00pm – 20:00pm


12:00pm – 20:00pm


12:00pm – 20:00pm


12:00pm – 20:00pm


12:00pm – 20:00pm


Outside of these hours you can get help from any of the following services:

What we do

We are the official Twitter support for PlayStation UK. If you have any questions about your PS4, PS3, PS Vita or other PlayStation system or service we are here to help. Our team of highly trained representatives can assist with a wide variety of issues, including troubleshoot technical problems, investigate error codes and even answer account related queries.

What you can expect from us

We will remain professional at all times and provide you with the best service possible, within 140 characters. We will aim to respond to tweets as soon as we receive them. This means you should receive a response as soon as possible.

Depending on your issue we may need to open a private chat session to ensure that your private details are kept safe. We are the only Official UK PlayStation Twitter account that will do this so if you receive similar requests from other accounts or anywhere else please report them through the official channels. If in doubt, you can check the blue verified badge () next to our user name. You can find more information about how to keep your account secure here.

We will broadcast daily tweets that inform you about help articles that you can use to resolve the most common issues. We will also broadcast live updates for things like planned maintenance and server outages.

What we expect from you

To keep things friendly, the use of swearing and vulgar language will not be tolerated. We understand it can get frustrating if things aren’t quite going to plan and that is why we are here to help.

Please refrain from spamming us as doing so will inevitably cause delays in helping you and other users that need our help.