THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (the “Agreement”) are entered into as of the date that it was accepted by the Client on the Company’s website Voicespin.com (the “Effective Date”), by and between: Voicespin Ltd., a private company incorporated under the laws of the state of Israel, registration number 513983676 whose address is at 3 Tefutsot St., Givatayim, Israel (the “Company”); and you and/or the company which you represent with respect to the transaction hereunder (the “Client”). The parties may hereinafter be also collectively referred to as the “Parties''.
WHEREAS, Company is in the business of providing its clients with usage of a PBX call center dialer and termination using Company’s trunk and usage of any other products as detailed in the Rate Table and/or Proposal (each, as hereinafter defined) for the purpose of operating their business; and
WHEREAS, the Client wishes to receive Services (as further defined herein) from the Company for its own operation, all subject to terms of this Agreement.
NOW THEREFORE, the Parties intending to be legally bound hereby agree, as follows:
1.1. Unless explicitly agreed otherwise in writing, this Agreement applies to all Services as provided by the Company and to all orders placed by the Client with Company as detailed in the rate table and/or proposals Client receives from the Company (the “Rate Table” and the “Proposal“, accordingly).
1.2. Rate Table and Proposal are an integral part of this Agreement and shall be deemed an inseparable part hereof.
2.1. “Commencement Date” shall mean the date in which Services are provided to Client following the completion of the initial setup (for the purposes hereof ‘completion of the initial setup’ means the moment where the Service are operational and Client can commence work) and in which Client’s monthly obligation to make monthly payment of Fees will commence. Commencement Date will at no event be longer than twenty one (21) days period following the Effective Date indicated herein above.
2.2. “Do Not Call Laws” shall mean any law or regulation applicable to Client and/or its operations and/or services which Client provides, and any applicable equivalent legislation in any other jurisdiction;
2.3. “Fees” shall mean any and all fees for Services provided to Client which Company is entitled to receive from Client under this Agreement and under the Rate Table and/or Proposal.
2.4. “Intellectual Property” means, with respect to Company: (a) all inventions (whether patentable or unpatentable and whether or not reduced to practice), all improvements thereto, and all patents, patent applications, and patent disclosures, together with all reissuances, continuations, continuations-in-part, revisions, extensions, and reexaminations thereof, (b) all trademarks, service marks, trade dress, logos, trade names, and corporate names, together with all translations, adaptations, derivations, and combinations thereof and including all goodwill associated therewith, and all applications, registrations, and renewals in connection therewith, (c) all copyrightable works, all copyrights, and all applications, registrations, and renewals in connection therewith, (d) all mask works and all applications, registrations, and renewals in connection therewith, (e) all trade secrets and confidential business information (including ideas, research and development, know-how, formulas, compositions, manufacturing and production processes and techniques, technical data, designs, drawings, specifications, customer and supplier lists, pricing and cost information, and business and marketing plans and proposals), (f) all computer software (including data and related documentation), (g) all other proprietary rights, and (h) all copies and tangible embodiments thereof (in whatever form or medium).
2.5. “Service” means any and all of the Company’s products, offerings, obligations (whether for established products or otherwise), support and consultation services, whether or not related to the Intellectual Property.
2.6. “Transactions” shall mean any transactions executed by the Client by using the Services in any manner possible. It is hereby clarified that Company is not a party to any Transaction and the Client is liable to any third party for any use of the Services.
2.7. “Term” shall mean the duration of this Agreement beginning with Effective Date and until terminated in accordance with this Agreement.
3. SCOPE OF AGREEMENT: THE USE OF PRODUCTS
3.1. This Agreement governs the Client’s engagement with Company for the provision of the Services by the Company and for their stated purpose.
3.2. Client shall be responsible for obtaining and maintaining any equipment and ancillary services needed to connect to, access or otherwise use the Services, including, without limitation, modems, hardware, phones, servers, software, operating systems, networking, web servers and the like.
3.3. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the proper transfer of the Fees by Client, during the Term of this Agreement, Company shall provide support for its Services in accordance with Section 10 hereof, and as may be amended from time to time subject to providing Client with prior notice of such amendment. Unless explicitly agreed otherwise in writing by the Parties, Company’s warranties (as disclaimed) and support obligations (as defined in the standard service level terms herein), set Company’s exclusive and exhaustive obligations with regards to the Services herein.
3.4. For the use of the Services, as needed, the Client will be responsible for purchasing softphones, headphones, all LAN infrastructures and will have no demands and/or complaints against the Company with regards to the aforementioned. The Client acknowledges and agrees that the Company is not responsible for any loss of database for the call recordings as part of the Services and that Client is responsible for creating a back-up for the call recordings.
3.5. It is hereby stated and acknowledged by the Client, that the Company is not a “dial-tone” provider, and its Services are not a replacement for any phone lines, whether wired, wireless, or Internet-based, and selected numbers and/or certain services may not be reachable through the Services. The Client acknowledges and agrees that the Services do not support any emergency calls to any type of hospitals, law enforcement agencies, medical care unit, or any type of emergency and/or life-line services (collectively as “Emergency Services”) or premium, surcharged, or special services of any kind, which may need to be obtained/granted from a local telephone service provider. Furthermore, the Client acknowledges and agrees that: (i) the Company is not required to offer access to any Emergency Services under any applicable Law, and (ii) it is the Client's responsibility to inform Users and Administrators that access and/or calls to Emergency Services are not accessible using the Services, and in any case the use of Voicespin.com or Services shall not include access and/or calls to Emergency Services, and (iii) the Client should and is recommended to use a designated company to receive the required services from, and if necessary, VOICESPIN shall cooperate with the transfer of any specific call.
4. PRICING AND PAYMENTS
4.1. Prior to the Commencement Date, Client agrees to pay to Company the Fees in the amounts specified in the Rate Table and billing system provided to the Client, which are all subject to the Minimum Payment obligation.
4.2. The Fees do not include VAT, which shall be added where applicable based on the location the Client indicates as its place of residence. The Client warrants that it provided its correct place of residence and shall indemnify the Company for any expense and/or damage if it did not do so and if the Company is required to pay any VAT applicable to such Client’s Fees.
4.3. Payment of the Fees by the Client is on a prepaid basis, and Services will be provided in accordance with funds pre-deposited in the Client’s account prior to any order of Services.
4.4. Except with regards to prepaid payments of Fees, Fees due to the Company hereunder, including the Minimum Payment, regardless of the extent of use of Services or lack of by the Client, shall be due and payable in full upon receipt of invoice issued by Company. All past-due payments will accrue interest at a rate of two percent (2%) per month on the unpaid balance from the due date until paid in full.
4.5. Company’s records shall be deemed, prima facie, as irrefutable evidence to their content.
4.6. Any delay in making payments will entitle Company to suspend the Services fully or partially within 7 days following the date in which payment is due in which case all unpaid Fees shall become immediately due and payable.
4.7. Refund: In the event the Client requests from the Company to receive back payments from his account (the “Refund Request”), the Company may consider the Refund Request at its own discretion, provided the Client fulfills the accumulated conditions, as follows: (1) The Client provided 30 business days of notice to Company of the Refund Request; (2) The Client paid in full for all the Services it ordered from the Company and all payments have been actually received by the Company; (3) The Client fulfilled its obligations and warranties under the Agreement and has not breached the Agreement in any manner; and (4) The Client did not file a previous Refund Request. The Company will notify the Client of its decision on the Refund Request and is not obligated to provide an explanation to its decision. The Client acknowledges that the decision is final without the ability of re-filing a Refund Request. In the event the Company chooses to grant all or part of the Refund Request, it will transfer the refund to the Client within 30 business days of the decision.
4.8. There is a minimum 3 months pay for any DID the customer ordered.
4.9. All payments should be paid through the Voicespin portal (https://portal.voicespin.com/#/) Through *bank wires / credit card / PayPal / Bitcoin / Tether (USDT)
*You can find bank / wallet details in the portal ** Commission will be deducted according to the payment method. For more information approach your account manager.
5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS; LICENSE TO USE
5.1. Company shall remain the sole proprietor and owner of all Intellectual Property.
5.2. Client undertakes and agrees not to attempt, permit, assist or act to decompile, reverse-engineer, disassemble or otherwise reduce any portion thereof to a human perceivable form, and immediately inform Company with regards of any infringement by a third party of any of its rights hereunder or otherwise with respect to the Intellectual Property. Except as provided herein, Client may not modify, adapt, translate, loan, time-share, or create any derivative works based upon the Services, the Intellectual Property, or any portion thereof.
5.3. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed as to confer any Intellectual Property rights owned by one Party to the other.
5.4. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the proper payment of Fees by Client, and for the duration of the Term of this Agreement, Company hereby grants to Client a non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable, limited-in-time right and license to use such Services, in accordance with their purpose, for Client’s self-use only.
6. REPRESENTATIONS AND COVENANTS OF THE CLIENT
6.1. Client undertakes to uphold the terms of this Agreement and the Proposal/Rate Table, in full compliance with any applicable laws and legislation with respect to each country it operates and/or uses the Services in it pursuant to this Agreement and any other agreement which Company and the Client may enter into. Client specifically undertakes to uphold any law and/or requirement arising from the use of a supplier from the U.S.A and/or Canada.
6.2. Client represent and warrant that the owners of the phone numbers dialed via voicespin trunk, to which outbound messages and broadcasts are transmitted through the Services, have consented or otherwise opted-in to the receipt of such messages and broadcasts. Client agrees and declares that he will include clear opt-out/unsubscribe information on at least every fifth text message sent through Voicespin's Services and otherwise adhere to the Consumer Best Practices Guidelines promulgated by the Mobile Marketing Association. Client further agrees that any individual requesting "Do-Not-Call" ("DNC") status shall immediately be placed on Client's DNC accounts list and removed from his list of approved contacts used with the Voicespin Services and Voicespin.com.
6.3 Client agrees to familiarize himself with and abide by all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations and is solely responsible for all acts or omissions that occur under his account, including without limitation the content of the messages and broadcasts transmitted through the Voicespin Services. Without limiting the foregoing, Client agrees to familiarize himself with the legalities of any messages, calls, broadcasts, and campaigns transmitted through the Voicespin Services by visiting the following websites:
Federal Trade Commission, http://www.ftc.gov
Federal Communications Commission, http://www.fcc.gov
DoNotCall Registry Info, http://www.donotcall.gov
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA"), the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, the DNC list registry rules (http://www.donotcall.gov) and various state laws, rules and regulations place restrictions on certain types of phone calls and text messages.
6.4 The Company is in no way attempting to interpret any laws, rules, or regulations. This information is provided merely as a courtesy and is not intended to replace Client's responsibility to familiarize himself with and abide by the legal requirements pertaining to his messages, broadcasts and campaigns prior to using Voicespin.com or Services. Client is ultimately responsible to make his own informed decisions regarding your messages, broadcasts, and campaigns.
6.5 Client shall send campaigns responsibly and in a manner that is courteous to the recipients pursuant to local, state, national, and international calling time rules and regulations. Client is solely responsible for obtaining any rights or licenses to any data, including without limitation sound files, for inclusion in any outbound messages, broadcasts, and campaigns. If Client is unfamiliar or unclear on the legalities of any message, broadcast or campaign, Client must consult with his attorney prior to his use of Voicespin.com or Services.
6.6 Client shall at all times, comply with the Company’s Acceptable Use Policy attached hereto as Schedule A.
6.7 Client shall indemnify the Company for any demand and/or damage arising from Client's breach of this agreement, and particularly para. 6 above.
7. CONFIDENTIALITY, PRIVACY AND INFORMATION
7.1. Each party shall maintain reasonable measures to protect the confidentiality of the other party’s business information.
7.2. Each Party agrees that it will not, at any time during or after the Term of this Agreement, disclose or disseminate to any other person or entity, or use except as permitted by this Agreement, any information regarding the business, data, processes, technology, Intellectual Property, software or products obtained during the course of performance under this Agreement (the “Confidential Information“) of the other party unless permitted otherwise in this Agreement.
7.3. Each Party agrees that in the event it should breach any of the provisions contained in this Section, then other Party shall be authorized and entitled to seek from any court of competent jurisdiction (i) a temporary restraining order, (ii) preliminary and permanent injunctive relief; and (iii) an equitable accounting for all profits or benefits arising out of such breach. Such rights or remedies shall be cumulative and in addition to any other rights or remedies such party may be entitled to with accordance to any law.
7.4. Nothing contained herein will be construed to restrict or impair in any way the right of any Party to disclose or communicate any information which (i) is at the time of its disclosure hereunder generally available to the public; (ii) becomes generally available to the public through no fault of the disclosing party; (iii) is, prior to its initial disclosure hereunder, in the possession of the receiving Party as evidenced in a documentary form; (iv) is required to be disclosed by court order, subpoena, self-regulatory body, regulator, or as otherwise required by applicable law or regulation; or (v) was independently developed by receiving party without use of or reference to any of disclosing party’s Confidential Information.
7.5. The provisions of this Section shall remain in effect following termination of the Agreement or expiration of the Term.
8.1. Delays: Agreed schedule or due dates for the provision of Services may be reasonably extended by the Company in light of circumstances beyond Company’s control.
8.2. No Exclusivity: Nothing herein shall limit any of the Parties from providing any services and/or Services to any other party, at their own discretion and without limitation.
8.3. Valuation: Client explicitly acknowledges herein that the Fees and terms set herein represent the agreed upon terms and sums.
9. TERM; DURATION; TERMINATION
9.1. Duration: This Agreement, and the payment obligations hereunder, shall be in force and effective as of the Effective Date and until this Agreement is terminated in accordance with the terms herein (the “Term”).
9.2. Termination for Convenience: Except as indicated herein, either party may terminate this Agreement by written notice to the other party, at least 30-days prior to the termination, at its sole discretion without stating any cause for termination.
9.3. Survival of Payment Obligations: Termination of this Agreement shall not derogate from Client’s obligation to pay any outstanding Fees, including any and all Fees incurred during the provision of the Services. This obligation shall survive the termination of the Agreement for any reason whatsoever.
9.4. Breach; Termination for Breach: Either party may terminate this Agreement if the other party is in material breach of its obligations hereunder. Any breach shall be deemed a material breach hereunder if the party in breach has received written notice with regards to the breach and the breach has not been rectified within 14 days as of the date of receipt. No breach hereunder shall be deemed as such if rectified within said 14-day period.
10. STANDARD SERVICE LEVEL; SLA; SUPPORT
10.1. Company will provide Client with remote support for the Services provided, all subject to the fulfillment of all Clients’ obligations herein, subject to Client providing Company with notification of any error in the Services.
10.2. Phone Support: Company shall provide a standard phone line for support and an email address for email support which are active during business hours. Company Support Email is email@example.com.
10.3. Company Support line: +972-37237000 / +972-37237029 ext 1 (on all other time support).
10.4. Support hours: Sunday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM, all in the Israel time zone.
10.5. Company support team shall employ reasonable effort and attempt to resolve the problem in the least possible amount of time it can under the circumstances.
10.6. While Company will undertake reasonable efforts to provide technical assistance under this Agreement and to rectify or provide solutions to problems reported by the Client, the Company cannot and does not guarantee that all errors are curable.
10.7. There may be times when the Company will be required to include its secondary service provider in the resolution of any problems. Company will then share your information for the purpose of such support if applicable and on a need-to-know basis.
10.8. For the purpose of providing support to the Client, the Company utilizes the following two (2) severity levels to categorize reported problems:
SEVERITY 1: Major Problem
“Severity 1” means an error reported which results in the inability of the Client to use the entirety of the Services provided. Company will commence work on resolving the deficiency within two (2) hours of replying to Client’s verbal or written notification during business hours and will engage staff accordingly until an acceptable resolution is achieved.
SEVERITY 2: Minor Problem
“Severity 2” means any error which is not under Severity 1 level as mentioned above. Company will commence work on resolving the deficiency within twenty four (24) hours of notification and will engage staff during business hours until an acceptable resolution is achieved.
10.9. It is hereby clarified that in the event that on-site technical support is required, the Client will be responsible for travel and lodging expenses for the technical personnel subject to providing receipt for such expense by the Company.
11. CLIENT’S UNDERTAKINGS
Client hereby warrants, represents and undertakes as follows:
11.1. In its performance of this Agreement and during any use of the Services by the Client hereunder, the Client and any person or entity acting on Client’s behalf, shall comply with all applicable statutes, rules, regulations, orders or other governmental acts of any competent jurisdiction, whether foreign or domestic, as may be amended from time to time, including but not limited to relevant rules and regulations: (i) before starting operations of robotic and/or automated calls in the country in which the Client operates; (ii) regarding the particular hours and days in which telemarketing calls are permissible to be made in both the home country and the receiving country; and (iii) regarding the “Do not call list” and subject to Do Not Call Laws, whereby the Client verifies that no number to which it calls is found in the “Do not call list”. The foregoing compliance shall be the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Client, and Company shall not have any liability, responsibility or obligations with respect to such compliance.
11.2. Client acknowledges that it bears the sole responsibility to verify the compliance of any Transaction with any applicable laws and legislations, limitations and requirements, and the Client shall bear all accountability and responsibility with respect to the Transactions.
11.3. It undertakes to be fully compliant with any reasonable and customary policies, as published or amended by Company from time to time, in accordance with technological and business advancements.
11.4. Client acknowledges that if as a result from a breach of law (including without limitation, the Do Not Call Laws) or this Agreement, the Company (i) receives a complaint, claim or other document filed in a lawsuit or other proceeding; (ii) is charged with a violation of law; (iii) receives a fine, penalty, charge, administrative expenses, fee or other amount imposed in respect to any of the above (each a “Penalty”), the Client will be liable for the Penalty. The Client will be charged the maximum amount permitted under the applicable law for each Penalty. In any event, the Client shall be required to repay and compensate the Company for the entire Penalty amount, and any expenses Company may have incurred with respect to each Penalty. In the event that the Penalty causes excessive damages to the Company, the Company may immediately cease to provide the Client with Services. The Client is aware that the Company will not disclose information regarding the Penalty and/or its nature to the Client.
11.5. Client will not whether on his own account and/or on behalf of others, in any way, offer, solicit, interfere with and/or endeavor to entice away from Company, any of Company’s employees and/or staff and/or any person with whom Company has any contractual and/or commercial relationship as an employee or as a contractor, and will not make offers for employment and/or any other benefits to all of the aforementioned.
11.6. Client permits the Company to use its own discretion in providing any information it has and/or received from the Client, including any of the Confidential Information associated with the Client in the event a third party or a governmental authority of any country formally requests the Company to do so and the Client acknowledges that the Company shall not be liable in any manner for the distribution of such information.
11.7. Client acknowledges that the execution of this agreement is contingent of entering into that Data Processing Agreement, attached hereto as Schedule B (the “DPA”), and upon accepting the terms hereof, Client and Company enter into the DPA.
11.8 Client hereby acknowledges he is aware of the fact that the Company is using services from a supplier residing in the U.S, and therefore Client hereby obligates to the following additional provisions and/or declarations, without diminishing any other of his obligations according to this agreement:
11.8.1 Client has not been blocked from another voice service provider’s network after being determined to have violated laws or regulations pertaining to illegal robocalling, fraudulent calling, illegal telemarketing practices etc.
11.8.2 Client agrees and commits to notify the Company within 24 hours if Client and/or Client's owners and/or controlling persons, are or have become subject to an adverse judgment in a civil lawsuit, relating to the transiting of illegal robocalls.
11.8.3 For any customer or end user of Customer that indicates to Customer that it is either foreign or engaged in telemarketing, and that it originates or otherwise transits autodialed call traffic and/or intends to do the same as a customer, Client hereby undertakes not to use VOICESPIN calls for any such call traffic from his end user until the Company is notified and takes reasonable steps to screen the legitimacy of the proposed autodialed call traffic.
12. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY; LIMITATION OF LIABILITY; INDEMNITY
12.1. Client acknowledges that all Company’s obligations under this Agreement are provided, solely, in the capacity of a technology provider.
12.2. Client is fully responsible for all Transactions and use of Services and shall be solely liable towards the Company and any third party for any type of implications or damages resulting from Transactions or any use of the Services conducted by the Client and/or anyone on its behalf.
12.3. Company will not be responsible for delays or partial and/or total failures in any online communications facility or other causes beyond Company’s direct control.
12.4. None of the Company, its suppliers, or any company vendor (I) will be liable to the Client or anyone on its behalf or third party, for any Transaction and/or transaction not completed or delayed, regardless of the reason for failure, without limitation, processing or transmission errors; or (II) makes any representations or warranties regarding the quality, reliability, timeless or security of the Services or that the Services will be error-free, uninterrupted, or free from unauthorized access or not infringe third party rights. Client agrees to provide legal contact information in any outbound campaign within the initial greeting message. Client further agrees that Voicespin is, under no circumstances, responsible for the contents and/or accuracy of your messages or broadcasts and the Company will only transmit them on a basis of good faith that you use the Services in accordance with these Terms. The Company will not be liable for any misuse of the Services by the Client. The Company is not responsible for the views and opinions contained in any of Client's messages or broadcast
12.5. The Company may recover from the Client, who will hold the Company harmless and indemnify Company from all fines, claims or administrative expenses charged by any regulatory body, resulting from a breach of the law or this agreement.
12.6. Aside as expressly set forth in writing in this Agreement and/or the Proposal/Rate Table, the Company provides the Services “AS-IS”, “AS-AVAILABLE” and “WITH ALL FAULTS”. The warranties expressly set forth in this agreement are the sole and exclusive warranties provided by the Company with respect to the Services. Except as otherwise set forth herein, to the maximum extent permitted by any law, the Company expressly disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to the Services and Clients’ use thereof. The Client waives any and all warranties that may be implied by law, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
12.7. In no event will the Company or any of its respective officers, directors, employees, shareholders, affiliates, agents, successors, or assigns, nor any party involved in the creation, production or transmission related to the Services, shall be liable towards the Client or anyone on its behalf for any direct, indirect, special, punitive, incidental or consequential damages (including, without limitation, those resulting from lost profits, lost data, work stoppage, computer failure, business interruption or malfunction) arising out of the use, inability to use, or the results of use of the Services, whether based on warranty, contract, tort or any other legal theory and whether or not advised of the possibility of such damages. The Client acknowledges and agrees that the pricing for the Services would be substantially higher but for these limitations.
12.8. WITHOUT DEROGATING FROM ANY SECTION HEREUNDER, IN ANY EVENT, THE SOLE REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY OF ANY KIND FOR SERVICES PROVIDED PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT AND ANY OTHER PERFORMANCE BY THE COMPANY UNDER OR PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE LIMITED TO THIS AGREEMENT AND THE ATTACHMENTS HERETO. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY TO CLIENT FOR DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE EXCEED THE TOTAL CHARGES PAID IN THE PREVIOUS MONTH OF ANY OF CLIENT’S CLAIMED BREACH FOR THE SERVICES OR SERVICE UPON WHICH SUCH LIABILITY IS BASED.
12.9. The Client shall, upon first request and within no more than 14 calendar days, indemnify, reimburse and hold harmless Company, its subsidiaries and affiliates, and each of their members, managers, directors, officers, agents, contractors, partners and employees, against any claim. and/or lawsuit and/or demand and/or loss and/or expense incurred by Company, or reasonably expected to incur at Company’s discretion, in connection with the violation of this Agreement, including, without limitation, with the breach by Client of any representations, warranties, the use or abuse of the Services and/or resulting from any Transaction to which the Company is not a party, all upon first demand.
12.10. Neither Party hereto shall be regarded as agent of the other Party, nor shall either Party have the right to assume or otherwise create any obligations of whatsoever nature, whether express or implied, on behalf of the other Party hereto, unless otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement or in the proposal. No joint venture shall be formed by this Agreement. Employees of either Party to this Agreement shall not be regarded as employees of the other Party hereto.
12.11. Client acknowledges that Company shall not incur any liability, in any way, or otherwise bear any damages and/or expenses to any third party resulting from this Agreement.
12.12.No claim, regardless of form, whether legal or not, arising out of this Agreement may be brought or reported by Client more than one (1) years after the cause of action is discovered or when the cause of action can reasonably be expected to be discovered, the earliest among them. Furthermore, such a claim cannot be brought two years after termination of this Agreement.
12.13.The Client hereby warrants not to resell part or whole of Company’s Services to a resident and/citizen of the state of Israel. The Client also declares that it is solely liable for all applicable taxes in any jurisdiction and agrees to immediately indemnify the Company for any expense it was demanded to pay to an Israeli or foreign tax authorities in this regard.
12.14.This section shall survive the termination of this Agreement for any reason whatsoever.
13.1. Entire Agreement: The Client hereby approves that it has read and understood this Agreement, and hereby agrees to be bound by its terms, as may be amended from time to time. The Client also acknowledges that it had the opportunity of obtaining professional advice regarding this Agreement at its own will and shall not have any claim regarding the legality and/or reasonable interpretation of the Agreement. Further, both Parties agree that this Agreement sets out the entire agreement and understanding between the Parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement which supersedes all prior agreements and understandings, oral and written, between the Parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof. This Agreement may not be modified or altered except by a written instrument duly executed by both Parties.
13.2. No Third Party Beneficiaries: Nothing in this Agreement shall be interpreted as an agreement or provision to the benefit of any third party.
13.3. Notices: Any notices or other communications which have to be given by either Party hereto, to the other Party, shall be in writing and delivered by first class mail with prepaid postage (and be deemed delivered and received duly given upon delivery), or e-mail. Procedure for dispatch and receipt of notices by email shall be as follows: (1) Notices for the Company, shall be sent to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org and notices to the Client, shall be sent to the e-mail address Client indicated above; (2) The notice shall be deemed to have been given 48 hours following transmission of said notice.
13.4. Applicable Law; Arbitration: This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Israel. The Parties will attempt in good faith to negotiate a settlement to any claim or dispute between them arising out of or in connection with this Agreement. If the Parties fail to agree on the terms of settlement, either side may submit the dispute to confidential arbitration proceedings by a sole arbitrator in the Center for Arbitration and Dispute Resolution in 4 Berkowitz St., Tel Aviv (or any other address of said Center for Arbitration and Dispute Resolution), Israel whose decision shall be made within 30 days and shall be final and binding on both Parties. Arbitration shall be conducted in the English language, unless both Parties wish that such arbitration shall be conducted in Hebrew. This clause explicitly sets exclusive jurisdiction to said arbitration process, and neither Party shall be entitled to submit and dispute to the courts of its domicile. Each Party shall bear an equal portion of the arbitration expenses.
13.5. Severability: If any provision or provisions of this Agreement shall be held to be invalid, illegal, unenforceable or in conflict with the law which applies to this Agreement with respect to any individual case, of any jurisdiction, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.
13.6. No Assignment: Client may not assign or sub-license or otherwise transfer any of its rights, duties, or obligations hereunder, in whole or in part, to any person or entity without the prior written consent of the Company.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Company and Client have caused this Agreement to be duly executed in duplicate and delivered by their duly authorized officers as of the Effective Date.
Acceptable Use Policy
1. Company reserves the right to strictly enforce these Acceptable Use Policy (this “AUP”) by, without limitation, issuing warnings, suspending, or terminating the Services, refusing to transmit, removing, screening, or editing the Service parameters prior to delivery or actively investigating violations and prosecuting them in any court or appropriate authority. Company may block access to certain parts of the Service if, in Company’s sole discretion, Company is experiencing excessive billing, collection, fraud problems or other misuse of Company’s network. Company may review, report on, and disclose transaction information about Client’s use of Company’s Services and/or system, and any relevant information transmitted by Client via Company’s system, to the extent permitted by law, in order to comply with the law, to enforce or apply these AUP, to protect Company’s rights or property, or to protect other clients from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful use of the service.
Terms not herein defined shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Terms and Conditions.
2. Client agrees to not use and not encourage or allow the use of Services – by users, administrators and/or by himself - in any of the following prohibited ways:
2.1. Using the Company’s Services to encourage any illegal, fraudulent, abusive, or other activities that materially interfere with the business or activities of the Company.
2.2. Attempting to bypass or break any security mechanism on any of Company’s Services or using the Services in any other manner that poses a material security or service risk to Company or any of its other clients.
2.3. Reverse-engineering Company’s Services or Intellectual Property in order to find limitations, vulnerabilities, or evade filtering capabilities.
2.4. Launching or facilitating, whether intentionally or unintentionally, a denial of service attack on any of Provider Services or any other conduct that materially and adversely impacts the availability, reliability, or stability of Company’s Services and/or services.
2.5. Transmitting any material that contains viruses, Trojan horses, spyware, worms or any other malicious, harmful, or deleterious programs, as well as any other codes or instructions that are designed to distort, delete, damage, emulate or disassemble the Services.
2.6. Using Company’s Services in any manner that causes a telecommunications provider to complain about Client’s use to Company or materially violates the following: industry standards, policies and applicable guidelines published by the Company and/or by the applicable regulatory authority, law and any other generally recognized industry associations; or telecommunications provider guidelines and usage requirements as communicated in writing by Company to Client.
2.7. Engaging in any unsolicited advertising, marketing or other activities prohibited by applicable law or regulation covering anti-spam, data protection, or privacy legislation in any applicable jurisdiction, including, but not limited to anti-spam laws and regulations, the consumer protection acts, and Do Not Call Acts.
2.8. Using Company’s Services in connection with unsolicited, unwanted, stalking, harming or harassing communications (commercial or otherwise), including, but not limited to, phone calls, SMS or MMS messages, chat, voice mail, video, or faxes.
2.9. Using Company’s Services to harvest or otherwise collect information about individuals, including email addresses or phone numbers, without their explicit consent or under false pretenses.
2.10. Using Company’s Services to engage in, or in connection with fraudulent activity, or non-regulated activities or for any manner other than as necessary for the use the Customer is authorized to.
2.11. Violating or facilitating the violation of any local, state, federal, or foreign law or regulation, including, but not limited to, laws and regulations regarding the transmission of data or software and recording of phone calls and communications.
2.12. Using Company’s Services to record or monitor a phone call or other communication without securing consent from the participants to the phone call or other communication as required under applicable law.
2.13. Using Company’s Services in a manner that triggers a law enforcement, government, or regulatory agency to request the suspension of Company’s Services to Client and/or Client’s phone numbers and/or operations.
2.14. Using Company’s Services to transmit any material that infringes the intellectual property rights or other rights of the Company and/or of third parties, as well as trademarks, copyrights or other rights of publicity.
2.15. Using Company’s Services to transmit any material that is, facilitates, or encourages libelous, defamatory, discriminatory, or otherwise malicious or harmful speech or acts to any person or entity, including but not limited to hate speech, and any other material that Company reasonably believes degrades, intimidates, incites violence against, or encourages prejudicial action against anyone based on age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or other protected category.
2.16. Using Company’s Services to transmit any material or content that is racist, libelous, offensive, inappropriate, harmful to minors, pornographic, obscene, illegal, or otherwise objectionable to any person or entity.
2.17. Creating a false identity, or phone number, or otherwise attempting to mislead others as to the identity of the sender or the origin of a message or phone call, including sending any communication or message on behalf of the Company.
2.18. Having a high volume of unanswered phone calls or phone calls that are too short in duration (i.e., phone calls generally less than twelve (12) seconds in length).
2.19 Using strings of numbers as it is unlawful to engage two or more lines of a multi-line business, or using automated call mechanisms (switches, PBX, auto dialers, etc.).
2.20 Attempting to gain unauthorized access to the Services, other accounts, computer systems or networks connected to the Services, through password mining or any other means.
2.21 Interfering with, or disrupting, networks connected to the Services or violating the regulations, policies or procedures of such networks.
2.22 Circumvent or disable any technological features or security measures implemented in the Services.
2.23 Performing “robocalls” or other abusive practices.
2.24 Trunk or forward any number to another phone number(s) capable of handling multiple simultaneous calls, or to a private branch exchange or a key system. Client is aware of and agrees that the Company may impose additional restrictions upon notice or by posting to the Site from time to time. The Company may suspend or terminate the Services and/or this Agreement in case of a violation of the terms set forth above and below.
3. Excluded Services
3.1. This is not a telephone service: Company’s Services offered do not constitute provision of common carrier telecommunications services. Company is only a wholesale VoIP hub for Clients to buy the Services for Client’s own use (as provided under the AUP, and subject to the license thereto). As such, Company receives voice calls in the form of IP data packets routed via the internet and redirects Client’s IP data to the underlying vendors participating.
3.2. Company is not responsible for and has no control over the reliability, safety or legality of services provided to Clients by other third parties.
3.3. Client agrees it is leasing the number and is not buying the number. Client acquires no ownership interest in or porting rights to the number but may have exclusive use of the number for as long as Client complies with these AUP and the Terms and Conditions. This restriction is imposed by the supplying network pursuant to the supplying network policy.
3.4. Client is fully responsible for all calls made using the SIP account credentials, including unauthorized calls made by third parties.
DATA PROCESSING AGREEMENT (DPA)
The Company acts as a “Data Processor” (the “Processor”), and the Client acts as a “Data Controller” (the “Controller”) with regard to the Personal Data processed.
“Subscribers” are persons whose personal data is provided by the Controller to the Processor as part of the execution of this Contract.
1. GDPR DEFINITIONS
1.1. “Data Protection Legislation” is any and all data protection and privacy legislation in force in those parts of the world in which the Parties operate and/or Process the Personal Data, including but not limited to the data protection legislation of the country where each of the Parties is established, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and any legislation and/or regulation which amends, replaces, re-enacts or consolidates any of the data protection provisions.
1.2. “Personal Data” is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
1.3. “Data Subject” is the identified or identifiable natural person to whom the Personal Data relates.
1.4. “Sub-processor” is any third-party processor according to the Art. 28 Para. 2 of the GDPR that is engaged by the Processor for the purpose of processing the Personal Data.
1.5. “Recipient” is a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or another body, to which the Personal Data could be disclosed, whether a third party or not.
1.6. “Processing” any operation or set of operations which is performed on Personal Data or on sets of Personal Data, whether or not by automated means. The processing operations for the purposes of this Agreement are specified herein.
1.7. “Third Country” is any country, which is out of the European Economic Area.
1.8. “Data Controller“, “Data Processor”, “Data Subject“, “Process/Processing“, “Personal Data Breach” and “Supervisory Authority” and other relevant definitions capitalized shall be interpreted in accordance with the GDPR.
2 . For the purposes of this Agreement, determining the mutual rights and obligations of the Parties relating to the Processing of Personal Data, the Processor will process the Personal Data provided by the Controller solely on behalf of and under the written instructions of the Controller. The purposes of Processing, categories of the Personal Data and Data Subjects are specified in the Agreement.
2.1. The Parties shall not perform their obligations under this Agreement in such a way as to cause the other Party to breach any of its obligations under applicable Legislation.
2.2. The Processor shall only process the Personal Data as set forth in this Agreement, the Controller’s instructions and the applicable Data Protection Legislation.
2.3. Controller hereby authorizes the Processor to process the Personal Data only on documented Instructions from the Controller. For the purposes of this Agreement and any other documented instruction sent by the Controller to the Processor during executing this Agreement shall be considered documented instructions of the Controller unless Parties agree otherwise.
2.4. The Processor shall inform the Controller if, in its opinion, the instructions provided by the Controller infringe the applicable Data Protection Legislation. In a case the Processor considers the Controller’s instructions to infringe the applicable Data Protection Legislation, the Processor shall not be obliged to follow any such Instructions.
If it is not possible for the Processor to identify whether the Controller’s instructions on Personal Data Processing provided to the Processor are lawful, the Processor will never be liable for the consequences such instructions may entail.
2.5. For the purposes of Processing specified herein, the Controller authorizes the Processor to transfer the Personal Data to the Recipients, including Recipients in the Third Countries, on behalf of the Controller. All claims regarding the legal grounds of the Personal Data Processing that can be obtained by the Processor shall be directly redirected to the Controller.
2.6. The Parties ensure they have implemented all the appropriate technical and organizational measures in such a manner the Personal Data Processing will meet the requirements of the GDPR regarding the protection of rights and interests of the Data Subjects.
2.7. The Controller guarantees that all the Personal Data transferred to the Processor or Processor may obtain access to were received by the Controller from the Data Subject based on the lawful grounds stipulated by the applicable Data Protection Legislation.
2.8. The Controller guarantees that it has informed all the Data Subjects that their Personal Data would be transferred to the Processor. The Controller also guarantees that it has obtained the consent for the Data Subjects to the transfer of the Personal Data to the Processor. When informing the Data Subjects, the Controller provided the Data Subjects with the corporate details of the Processor.
2.9. When Processing the Personal Data, the Processor undertakes to implement and maintain technical, organizational and security measures to ensure the Personal Data Processing complies with this Agreement and the applicable Data Protection Legislation. The Processor will take into consideration the state of the art, the implementation costs, the nature, scope, context and purposes of the Processing, and the risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons of varying likelihood and severity, to adopt organizational and technical measures for assurance of the availability, integrity and confidentiality of the Personal Data, including as appropriate, the measures referred to in the Art. 32 of the GDPR, prevent unauthorized or accidental access to the Personal Data, their alteration, destruction or loss, unauthorized transmission, other unauthorized purposes of processing, as well as other misuse of the Personal Data.
2.10. Measures taken by the Processor to ensure a proper level of security may include the following preventive actions:
● pseudonymisation of the Personal Data;
● ensuring the ongoing confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of the processing systems and the services;
● restoring the availability and access to the Personal Data in a timely manner in the event of a physical or technical incident; and
● regular testing, assessing, and evaluating the effectiveness of technical and organizational measures for ensuring the security of the processing.
2.11. The Processor hereby confirms and ensures that all of its personnel and/or temporary workers, and/or other persons, including but not limited to workers authorized to process the Personal Data have committed themselves to confidentiality or are under an appropriate statutory obligation of confidentiality and will not process the Personal Data for purposes other than those specified in this Agreement.
2.12. The Processor confirms and ensures that all persons authorized by the Processor to process the Personal Data are informed of the confidential nature of the Personal Data and have committed themselves to confidentiality or are under appropriate statutory obligation of confidentiality. The Processor will take all the reasonable steps to ensure all the persons authorized by the Processor adhere to the applicable Data Protection Legislation and are aware of both the Processor’s liability and their personal liability for incorrect or unlawful Processing.
2.13. Taking into account the nature of the Processing under this Agreement, the Processor will, insofar as this is possible and to the extent the Processor is legally permitted to do so, provide the Controller with all reasonable assistance and cooperation in complying with the obligations imposed by the applicable Data Protection Legislation.
2.14. The Processor shall provide the Controller with an assistance in any event in respect of assistance in respect of:
(a) protection of the Personal Data. The Processor will, where required, reasonably assist the Controller to ensure a level of security appropriate to the existing risks and to provide the appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a proper level of security as specified in the Article 32 GDPR;
(b) Assistance in respect of advising of Data Subjects. The Processor will, where required, reasonably assist the Controller to advise the Data Subjects when the Personal Data Breach occurs.
(c) Assistance in respect of the fulfillment of the Controller’s obligation to respond to requests for exercising the data subject’s rights. The Processor, taking into account the nature of the Processing, will assist the Controller by appropriate technical and organizational measures, insofar as this is possible, for the fulfillment of the Controller’s obligation to respond to requests for exercising the Data Subjects’ rights laid down in the GDPR. The Processor shall promptly inform the Controller of any data subject request for exercising the Data Subjects’ rights laid down in the GDPR. The Processor ensures that it will not respond to any such request except on the documented instructions of the Controller or as required by Applicable Legislation to which the Processor is subject. In this respect, the Processor shall, to the extent permitted by applicable Data Protection Legislation, inform the Controller of that legal requirement before the Processor responds to the request;
(d) Assistance in respect of the DPIA. The Processor, within its capacity and where required, will reasonably assist the Controller to carry out DPIA;
(e) Assistance in respect of the consulting with the Supervisory Authority. The Processor, where required, will reasonably assist the Controller while being consulted by the Supervisory Authority if the DPIA carried out earlier indicated unmitigated high risks to the Personal Data Processing.
2.15. The Controller provides a general authorization to the Processor to use sub-processors for the purposes of this Agreement. The Processor may choose sub-processors at its sole discretion and engage only the sub-processors that comply with the applicable Data Protection Legislation. The Processor remains fully liable to the Controller for the performance of sub processors' obligations as for its own obligations specified in this Agreement. On the Controller’s written requests, the Processor may prepare a list of all the sub-processors engaged by the Processor and make it available to the Controller.
2.16. Where the Processor engages sub-processor for carrying out specific Processing activities on behalf of the Controller, the same data protection obligations as set out in the Agreement shall be imposed on the sub-processors by way of a contract or other legal act under applicable Data Protection Legislation, in particular providing sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organizational measures in such a manner that the Processing will meet the requirements of the applicable Data Protection Legislation. The Processor shall ensure that the sub-processor is bound by substantially the same obligations as the Processor as if they were bound by the agreement. Where the sub-processor fails to fulfill its data protection obligations, the Processor shall remain fully liable to the Controller for the performance of the sub-processor’s obligations. The Processor shall conduct adequate due diligence on the sub-processor to ensure the security of the Personal Data.
2.17. Due to the specific nature of the services provided by the Processor under the Agreement, the Personal Data may be sometimes processed or/and transferred to the Recipients (including sub-processors), which are registered or operate in Third Countries.
2.18. The Processor may transfer Personal Data to the Recipients including sub-processors who are registered or operate in Third Countries, only if one of the following conditions applies:
● there is an applicable decision of the European Commission that states that the Third Country, a territory or one or more specified sectors within that Third Country, where the Personal Data are to be transferred, ensures an adequate level of protection;
● the transfer may take place because the Processor has provided appropriate safeguards according to Art. 46 of the GDPR, and on condition that enforceable data subject rights and effective legal remedies for Data Subjects are available; or
● the derogations for specific situations under Art. 49 of the GDPR apply.
The processor shall inform the controller of any intended changes concerning the addition or replacement of the processors from the list provided, thereby giving the controller the opportunity to object to such changes.” These proposed changes will correspond to the requirements of Art. 28 Para. 2 of the GDPR.
The processor shall make the transfer method available to the controller at the written request of the controller.
2.19.1. If the Processor, for the purposes of Processing, requires to transfer the Personal Data to any other Recipient that is registered or operates in Third Countries, the Controller shall immediately provide the Processor with the written instructions regarding the manner the Personal Data to be transferred.
2.19.2. In the event that Personal Data are transferred to any country outside the EEA that has not received an adequacy decision by the European Commission, the parties hereby agree that such transfers shall be subject to the terms of this Agreement and the Standard Contractual Clauses for international data transfers between EU and non-EU countries issued by the European Commission on 4th of June 2021, as amended or replaced from time to time, which can be found at https://commission.europa.eu/system/files/2021-06/1_en_annexe_acte_autonome_cp_part1_v5_ 0.pdf (Module two: Transfer Controller to Processor) and are hereby incorporated by reference and form an integral part of this Agreement.
2.20. The Parties agree that they have implemented all the security measures when transferring the Personal Data to Third Countries to ensure the level of security that is equal to the highest standards on the market.
2.21. In case of any information security incident that may lead to an accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, access to, or other breach of the Personal Data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed by the Processor or its sub-processors, the Processor shall immediately initiate an information security incident investigation and notify the Controller of such information security incident without undue delay but not later than during the time limit specified in the GDPR.
2.22. If the Processor or its sub-processor becomes aware of the Data Breach occurred, the Processor will send the Controller an information that the Data Breach occurred along with all other relevant information that the Processor is aware of at the moment of reporting without undue delay after the moment it became aware of it.
2.23. When informing the Controller, the Processor must provide the following minimum information:
● the nature of the incident or Data Breach;
● the Personal Data that are or could be affected;
● the established and expected consequences of the incident or Data Breach on the Personal Data; and
● the measures that were taken by the Processor or proposed to be taken.
2.24. The Processor will take all necessary measures to contain any (potential) damage and will assist the Controller with any notifications to data subjects and/or authorities. The Processor shall assist the Controller with subsequent investigation, mitigation and remediation of each Data Breach according to the Controller’s reasonable needs.
2.25. The Controller shall have the right to conduct an audit (at the Controller’s cost) of the Processor’s organization to verify Processor’s compliance with its obligations laid down in this Agreement and stipulated by the applicable Data Protection Legislation. The costs of the audit at the Controller’s request are at the Controller’s expense, unless the findings of the audit show that the Processor has failed to comply with the provisions from the Agreement the GDPR.
2.26. The Processor shall, at the Controller’s request, provide the Controller with an access to information to the extent it is necessary to demonstrate Processor’s compliance with the applicable Data Protection Legislation and the Agreement without undue delay, but no later than within thirty (30) calendar days after receiving the Controller’s formal written request. The Processor shall not have to disclose information where the disclosure would have negative impact to its commercial secrets, confidentiality, know-how or intellectual property and/or to rights and freedoms of third parties.
2.27. Processor shall allow the Controller to carry out the audit under the following conditions:
(a) the Controller asks the Processor to carry out the audit via a written notice at least 30 (thirty) days in advance;
(b) the Controller will specify the agenda for such audit in the notification under (a);
(c) the audit shall not take place more often than once per year;
(d) the audit shall not unnecessarily burden the Processor by disturbing its operations.
2.28. The Processor undertakes to duly cooperate with the Controller during the audits, especially to make available to the Controller the documentation and technical assets involved by the processor in the processing of the controller’ personal data. All the audits initiated by the controller or persons that act on behalf of the controller shall be at reasonable times and with reasonable prior written notice, pursuant to the processor’s appropriate confidentiality and technical restrictions, the security policies, and to the extent, it does not violate the rights of the processor.
2.29. Each Party is liable for its obligations set out in this Agreement and the applicable Data Protection Legislation. As such, each Party (the “Defending Party”) will defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the other Party and/or the other Party’s officers, directors, employees, successors, and agents (together referred to as “Protected Party”) from all claims, damages, liabilities, assessments, costs, administrative fines and other expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees and legal expenses) claimed from the Protected Party and arising out of or resulting from any claim, allegation, demand, suit, action, order or any other proceeding by a third party (including supervisory authorities) that arises out of or relates to the violation of the Defending Party’s obligations under the Applicable Legislation.
2.30. The Controller shall bear all the liability for the legality, adequacy and completeness of the Personal Data transferred to and processed by the Processor under this Agreement.
2.31. This Agreement shall become valid and effective as of the day of its acceptance by Client.
2.32. The Processor shall process the Personal Data until the termination of the Agreement, or until otherwise is agreed by the Parties or instructed by the Controller.
2.33. The Processor and all the sub-processors shall return or delete all the Personal Data (and all of their copies) transferred under this Agreement at the discretion of the Controller without undue delay after the termination of this Agreement and/or upon the Controller’s written request unless the Processor is obliged to archive the relevant Personal Data under applicable Data Protection Legislation. In that case, the Processor warrants that it will keep the Personal Data in a confidential manner and will not actively process the Personal Data.
2.34. Personal data processing details:
● Categories of Data Subjects – Subscribers;
● Categories of Personal Data transferred and processed – First name and last name, phone number and email, notes to end-users’ intentions, interests, hobbies, and preferences provided by customers, internal notes to intentions, interests, complaints, preferences generated during the provision of services, recorded calls, call transcriptions, and communication metadata;
● Purposes of Processing – Personal Data is being processed for the purposes of provision of the Services to be provided by the Company under the Agreement;
● Processing operations – The Personal Data will be subject to the following basic processing activities by the Processor: collection or retrieval of the Personal Data from the Controller, transmission, storage, erasure or destruction of the Personal Data in order to complete the purposes specified herein.