The following log provides a summary of recent updates to legal information accessible from this page.
26 October 2022
On 26th October 2022, we updated our Terms for Residential Services and Charges and fees for Residential Services. This was to incorporate new terms and pricing for the Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) product.
13 July 2022
On 13th July 2022, we updated our Charges and fees for Residential Services. This was to move from a one-off upfront fee for Swish pods, to a recurring monthly charge.
15 June 2022
On 15th June 2022, we updated our Terms for Residential Services, our Terms for Business Services, and our Charges and fees for Residential Services.
These amendments were primarily because of Ofcom regulatory changes, which came into force on 17 June 2022. The key changes are:
To make it clearer that Swish will increase in contract prices by the rate of inflation (CPI for residential customers and RPI for business customers) annually from 1 July 2023. This means that our prices will stay the same in real terms during the life of your contract and may even decrease if we choose, at our discretion, not to apply these increases.
To provide residential and business customers with a Minimum Speed Guarantee and a right in certain circumstances for customers to exit their contract without penalty if they consistently experience speeds that are more than 50% lower, and we fail to resolve the issue within 30 days (See our Terms for more details).
For late paying residential customers, to increase the period before we suspend or disconnect your services from 5 and 10 days respectively to 10 and 20 days. For late paying business customers to increase the period before we terminate the contract from 10 days to 20 days.
To make it clearer that customers are responsible for the provision, installation, configuration, monitoring and maintenance of any of your equipment connected to the services.
We have also updated our Vulnerable Customer Policy to reflect the launch of the 999 BSL (Emergency Video Relay) service on 17 June. This service allows British Sign Language (BSL) users to make a video call to the emergency services via an interpreter. The interpreter translates what the deaf user is signing into spoken English for the emergency services operator, and signs what the operator is saying to the deaf user. For further information about how to use 999 BSL service, please visit their website: https://999bsl.co.uk/.
14 March 2022
On 14 March 2022, we updated our Terms for Residential Services and our Terms for Business Services. These amendments were primarily to cater for customers that have signed up to the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme.
23 November 2021
On 23 November, we updated our Charges and fees for Business Services, removing historical business products and updating the price of Swish Business 900 from £600 per month (ex VAT) to £500 per month (ex VAT).
23 September 2021
On 23rd September, we published our Vulnerable Customer Policy and updated the following documents:
The Complaints Policy to delete the references to the European Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform, which is no longer available to UK consumers.
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4 June 2021
On 4 June 2021, we updated our office address from Ingestre Court, Ingestre Place, London, W1F 0JL to 13 Salisbury Place, London, W1H 1FJ in the following documents:
User Trial Terms and Conditions
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In this legal updates log, we have flagged the main amendments made on each date. If you require fuller details of any amendments made on any date, please do not hesitate to get in touch