HDFC Contact Number: +91 226 760 6161

If you’re an NRI in the United Kingdom who would like to contact the HDFC Bank customer service phone line, then dial +91 226 760 6161.

The HDFC Bank was founded in 1994 in Mumbai, India. The name stands for ‘Housing Development Finance Corporation’. The bank operates nationwide in India and has more than 4 thousand branches and almost 12 thousand ATMs in more than 2,500 cities. HDFC Bank also delivers their services through newer channels such as internet and mobile banking.

The bank operates with a vision to become world-class. With its current strong retail as well as corporate banking in a wide range of industries, they are well on their way. The bank has won several commendations and awards from various award giving bodies. Some of the most notable of these awards include being recognised as the Best Asian Bank and the Best Domestic Bank in India by FinanceAsia Country Awards in 2015.

HDFC has also been a regular on Forbes Asia’s Fab 50 Companies List. With almost 80,000 satisfied employees under their employ, HDFC has also been recognised as one of the Best Companies to Work for in India by Business Today. They also seem to be very accommodating of their customers having been given the Excellence in Customer Service Experience Awards by IDC Insights Award in 2015.

HDFC Bank Phone Numbers

If you have any questions about their products and services and would like to contact their customer service centre, then call the HDFC Bank’s help line on +91 2267606161.

If you’re an NRI in the UK and would like to open an account with them, then call them on (000) 800 756 2993.

Email HDFC

You can also send them an email with details of your enquiry by clicking the ’email us’ option at:

Post to HDFC

You can also write them by sending your post via regular mail to:

HDFC Bank Cards Division,
PO BOX # 8654,
PO Chennai – 600 041.

For letters sent by courier:

HDFC Bank Cards Division,
#8, Lattice Bridge Road,
Chennai – 600 041.

If you prefer to chat with their customer service representatives, then choose to ‘proceed’ here: