New York Times Phone Number
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Hours: 6am-9pm EST; best time to call: 9am
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Customer Number 800-698-4637 - by the Numbers
Phone number to dial800-698-4637
Call picked up by a real personYES
Department you're callingCustomer Service
Call center hours6am-9pm EST
Best time to dial9am
Navigate phone maze to a humanPress 1, then 1, then 0# each time it asks for a phone or account number OR Press 500 as soon as the message starts
Rank (among phone numbers)1
Alternate methodsphone, web
Quality of communication83%
Quality of help70%
Information last updatedMon Nov 23 2020 09:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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