Changes to Clear Voice Terms & Conditions

Dec 31, 2019 | News

Following the re-launch of our unified communications service “Clear Voice” with its advanced features and functionality, we’ve updated the applicable terms and conditions.

These new terms and conditions come into effect on the 1st February 2020. Until this time, the existing terms and conditions remain in place.

Changes made to terms are in line with, and you are supported by, our General Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions regarding these changes please speak to your Account Manager or contact Customer Services by email to ccc@vaioni.com.

The new terms and conditions can be downloaded here.

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