New Voipfone Ts & Cs?

#1
Like probably thousands of other users, I just received this in an email from Voipfone to do with 999/112:

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You will also find that we have made some important changes to your Terms and Conditions and added other information into FAQs and User Manual as required by Ofcom.
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Well, I didn't "also find ... some important changes to my Ts & Cs". So, Voipfone, please tell us where to find them.

Thanks

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Ian

#2
its basicly the top part re: 999

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The Customer acknowledges that this is a Voice over Data Network service, and as such, it is dependent on the Customer's connection to the data network and the data network itself. The Customer's service may therefore cease to function if there is a power failure or a failure in the underlying data network.

The Customer understands and acknowledges that this service allows calls to the emergency services numbers 999 and 112 and that calls to these services may fail if there is a power cut or if the customer's broadband connection fails.

The customer understands and acknowledges that the address provided by the customer will be passed to the Emergency Services only when requested to do so by the customer from the appropriate page of the Voipfone website and will be used in location finding during a 999 call. The customer understands and acknowledges that the address provided is the location that the service will be used and that it is the customers responsibility to notify Voipfone of any changes to this information.
Regards,

Voipfone Customer Services

iNet Telecoms Ltd (Voipfone)
Sovereign House
227 Marsh Wall
London
E14 9SD
United Kingdom

Registered number: 05168033
Vat Registration Number 858850966

Telephone: 020 7043 5555
Fax: 020 7043 5556

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#3
Though it may be fairly obvious, it might be worth mentioning in the T's & C's and the write-up on the web page that this feature is only available for UK addresses.

#4
Daragh wrote:Though it may be fairly obvious, it might be worth mentioning in the T's & C's and the write-up on the web page that this feature is only available for UK addresses.
I haven't registered yet (as I'm currently in France) but if I did (when in the UK) I don't see any way to "unregister" if I take the line with me when travelling.

For those who have already registered, is there any way to delete the registration or to set it to "gone overseas temporarily"?

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