Voice Services

Single Point Global Product-specific Attachment for Voice Services

The following additional terms and conditions are applicable to Sales Orders for Single Point Global’s Enterprise Voice (SPGEV) Service:

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Definitions

Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the General Terms and Conditions (“General Terms and Conditions”).

“Estimated Availability Date” means the target date for delivery of Service.

For the purposes of this PSA, “Service” means SPGEV Services. Subject to service availability, Customer may order Service for use at Service Locations within Single Point Global’s service areas.

Article 1. Services

This attachment shall apply to SPGEV Service. The Services consist of bundled and individual voice application features that are hosted on a VoIP platform. A further description of the Service is set forth in Schedule A-1 hereto which is incorporated herein by reference. Single Point Global reserves the right to modify the Services descriptions without notice.

Article 2. Provider

Services shall be provided by Single Point Global, utilizing multiple SIP carriers for trunks and DIDs.

Article 3. Custom Installation Fee

Once Single Point Global accepts a Sales Order for Service, Single Point Global will invoice Customer for all applicable Custom Installation Fee(s) based on the selected Service Term. Customer will pay the Custom Installation Fee(s) within thirty (30) days of the invoice date unless a payment schedule is specified in the applicable Service Order.

Article 4. Provisioning Interval

Following its acceptance of a Sales Order, Single Point Global shall notify Customer of the Estimated Availability Date applicable to that Sales Order. Single Point Global shall use commercially reasonable efforts to provide the Service on or before the Estimated Availability Date; provided, however, that Single Point Global’s failure to provision by said date shall not constitute a breach of the Agreement.

Article 5. Service Commencement Date

The Service Commencement Date shall be defined as the date(s) on which Single Point Global first makes the Service available for use by Customer. A single Service Order containing multiple Service Locations or Services may have multiple Service Commencement Dates. Single Point Global shall notify Customer when the Service is available for use (“Availability Notification”). Charges for the Service shall begin to accrue as of the Service Commencement Date. The Services Commencement Date shall be the earlier of: (A) the date on which the Customer confirms receipt of and concurrence with the Availability Notification; and (B) five (5) business days following the date of the Availability Notification. Any failure or refusal on the part of Customer to be ready to receive the Service on the Service Commencement Date shall not relieve Customer of its obligation to pay applicable Service charges and may be treated as a termination for cause by Customer as provided under Article 5 of the General Terms and Conditions. Single Point Global will consider the Service installation completed upon the date that Single Point Global has delivered or otherwise made available the Service to Customer, regardless of whether Customer refuses or is otherwise not ready to receive the Service.

Article 6. Termination Charges

6.1 The charges set forth or referenced in each Sales Order have been extended to Customer in reliance on the Service Term set forth therein. To the extent that a Service Term has not been expressly set forth in a Sales Order, the minimum Service Term for Services is twenty-four (24) months.

6.2 Termination Charges for SPGEV Services.

A. In the event that Service is terminated following Single Point Global’s acceptance of the applicable Sales Order but prior to the Service Commencement Date, Customer shall pay Termination Charges equal to the costs and expenses incurred by Single Point Global in installing or preparing to install the Service plus a minimum of one year’s term of the Sales Order or 100% of the Sales Order if the contract term if less than one year.

B. In the event that Service is terminated on or following the Service Commencement Date but prior to the end of the applicable Service Term, Customer shall pay Termination Charges remaining for the unexpired portion of the then-current Service Term, calculated as follows:

i. 100% of the monthly recurring charges remaining in the contract
ii. 100% of any remaining, unpaid Custom Installation Fees.

Termination Charges shall be immediately due and payable upon cancellation or termination and shall be in addition to any and all accrued and unpaid charges for the Service rendered by Single Point Global through the date of cancellation or termination.

6.3 Exclusions. Termination Charges shall not apply to Service terminated by Customer as a result of Single Point Global’s material and uncured breach in accordance with Article 5.2 of the General Terms and Conditions.

Article 7. Service Level Agreement

The service level agreement (“SLA”) applicable to the Service is set forth in Schedule A-2 hereto.

Article 8: Use Policy/additional Use Restrictions

(A) The Service is not for residential use. The Service is intended for commercial use only. In order to purchase and retain the Service with Single Point Global, Customer must order and retain Single Point Global’s Ethernet Dedicated Internet Service. The Service may operate without the Single Point Global Ethernet Dedicated Internet Service, but no SLA is applicable once the Service is used on any other connection not operating on Single Point Global fiber. Single Point Global shall have no liability for loss of the Service which results from Customer terminating, or failing to order, Single Point Global’s Ethernet Dedicated Internet Service or due to feature misconfiguration.
(B) Single Point Global shall not be responsible if the Service or any changes in the facilities, operations or procedures utilized by Single Point Global in the provisioning of Service (1) renders any CE or other equipment provided by Customer obsolete, and/or (2) requires modification or alteration of such CE or Customer’s system, and/or (3) otherwise affects CE use or performance.
(C) Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Service is not compatible with alarm and security systems, medical monitoring devices, certain facsimile machines, and certain “dial-up” modems and overhead paging systems. Customer’s attempt to use any such systems in connection with the Service is solely at its own risk and Single Point Global shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever for any non-operation or damage to such services or devices.
(D) With the exception of the uses noted in Articles 9.2 and 10 below, Service hardware may only be used at Service Location(s) where Service is installed by Single Point Global. Customer understands and acknowledges that if Customer attempts to install or use the SINGLE POINT GLOBAL Equipment or Service at another location, the Service, including but not limited to 911/E911, may fail to function or may function improperly. It will be considered a material violation of the Agreement if Customer moves Service to another location without first notifying Single Point Global. Single Point Global prohibits use of the Service for high-volume auto-dialing, continuous or extensive call forwarding, high-volume telemarketing (including, without limitation, charitable or political solicitation or polling), fax or voicemail broadcasting or blasting for services with unlimited local and long distance calling plans. Single Point Global reserves the right to immediately suspend, disconnect or modify Customer’s use of the Service if, in its sole discretion, SINGLE POINT GLOBAL determines or reasonably suspects that Customer or its end users are using the Service for any of the aforementioned or similar activities.

Article 9: Service Limitation

9.1 Service Disruption. Customer acknowledges and understands that the Service may not be available for use under certain circumstances, including without limitation when the network or facilities are not operating or if normal electrical power to the phone, Analog Telephone Adapter, or Router is interrupted and such equipment does not have a functioning backup. Customer also acknowledges and agrees that the performance of the battery backup is not guaranteed. If the battery backup does not provide power, Service will not function until normal power is restored. Customer also understands that certain online features of the Service, where such features are available, will not be available under certain circumstances, including but not limited to the interruption of the Internet connection.

9.2 Nomadic Functionality of certain Voice Services and SINGLE POINT GLOBAL Equipment. SINGLE POINT GLOBAL may sell or provide the Service and/or Single Point Global Equipment with nomadic functionality. In such an event, Customer agrees to comply with all user guides, requirements and instructions provided by Single Point Global, including without limitation, updating the Service Location associated with the nomadic Service and/or Single Point Global Equipment. Customer updates to the Service Location must be made a minimum of 72 hours prior to moving nomadic Services and/or Single Point Global Equipment to a new Service Location. Customer must comply with the applicable user guides, requirements and instructions for instructions on how to update a Service Location.

Article 10: Limitations of 911/e911

10.1 Limitations. Service includes a 911/ Enhanced 911 function (“911/E911”) that may differ from the 911 or Enhanced 911 function furnished by other providers. As such, it may have certain limitations. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES AND ACCEPTS ANY LIMITATIONS OF SERVICE WITH 911/E911.

10.2 Correct Address. MANY STATES REQUIRE BUSINESSES USING MULTI-LINE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS TO PROGRAM THEIR SYSTEMS TO TRANSMIT SPECIFIC LOCATION INFORMATION FOR 911 CALLS. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES AND UNDERSTANDS THAT IT, AND NOT SINGLE POINT GLOBAL, BEARS SOLE RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT IT IDENTIFIES AND COMPLIES WITH ALL SUCH APPLICABLE LAWS, AND ANY FAILURE TO DO SO IS A BREACH OF THE AGREEMENT. In order for 911/E911 calls to be properly directed to emergency services, Single Point Global must have the correct Service Location address for each telephone number and extension used by the Customer. If Customer moves the Service to a different Service Location or a different location within a Service Location without providing the correct information to Single Point Global, 911/E911 calls may be directed to the wrong emergency authority, may transmit the wrong Service Location address, and/or Service (including 911/E911) may fail altogether. Therefore, except as otherwise explicitly identified herein, Customer must contact Single Point Global before moving the Service to a new Service Location, or a new location within a Service Location. All changes in Service Location require Single Point Global’s prior approval. Customer is solely responsible for programming its telephone system to map each telephone number and extension to the correct location, and for updating the system as necessary to reflect moves or additions of stations within the Service Location. Updates must be submitted to our ticketing system at support@singlepointglobal.com or by calling Systems Operation Center (SOC). Updates to Service take up to 72 hours to complete.

10.3 Service Interruptions. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the Service uses the electrical power in Customer’s Service Location. If there is an electrical power outage, 911 calling may be interrupted. Customer also acknowledges and agrees that Single Point Global does not provide a battery backup for any such Service devices or equipment and Customer is urged to arrange for their own backup power supply. The duration of Service during a power outage will depend on Customer’s backup power choice and proper configuration of the Customer’s disaster recovery feature. Single Point Global bears no responsibility for, and disclaims all liability in connection with, such loss of Service.

10.4 Network Facilities. Calls, including calls to 911/E911, may not be completed if Customer exceeds its Service and equipment configuration calling capacity or if there is a problem with network facilities, including network congestion, network/equipment/power failure, or another technical problem.

10.5 Address updates. Failure by Customer to make Service Location updates, including updates to restore the service address to the original registered Service Location, or failure to allot sufficient time for the Service Location update provisioning to complete may result in emergency services being dispatched to the incorrect Service Location.

10.6 911/E911 Limitations for Nomadic users. Single Point Global only supports 911/E911 calls in those areas of the U.S. where Single Point Global can direct Customer’s 911 calls to the appropriate PSAP in a manner consistent with applicable laws, rules and regulations, including, without limitation, FCC rules and requirements. Customer acknowledges that 911 calls from nomadic Single Point Global Equipment will reach the emergency authority associated with the original registered Service Location unless Customer updates the Service Location address as described in Article 9.2 above. If the registered Service Location provided in conjunction with the use of nomadic Service or Single Point Global Equipment or equipment is deemed to be in an area Single Point Global cannot support 911/E911 calls, Customer will be notified before completion of the online update or update call. In such instances, Customer must use an alternative means of accessing 911/E911.

10.7 Teleworkers users. Single Point Global Equipment used for teleworking is intended for primary use at Customer’s registered Service Location. However, such equipment may operate from any location where Customer or Customer’s authorized end user is able to access a broadband connection. In order for 911/E911 calls to be properly directed to emergency services from such SINGLE POINT GLOBAL Equipment, Customer must update the Service Location as instructed in Article 10.2, above.

10.8 Customer-initiated 911 Testing. If Customer chooses to make test calls to 911 from multiple stations within a Service Location, it agrees to obtain prior approval from the relevant emergency communications center and assumes all responsibility for the placement of such calls.

10.9 Suspension and Termination by Single Point Global. Customer understands and acknowledges that the Service, including 911/E911, as well as all online features of the Service, where Single Point Global makes these features available, will be disabled if Customer’s account is suspended or terminated.

10.10 Customer Indemnification Obligations. Customer shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Single Point Global from any and all Claims arising on account of or in connection with the failure or outage of the Service, including those related to 911/E911.

Article 11: Equipment Requirements

11.1 Equipment

Premise Hardware Equipment. To use the Service, Customer may need an IP phone handset, conference device, or analog telephone adapter (“ATA”) or other adapter device.

11.2 Incompatible Equipment and Services. Customer acknowledges and understands Service may not support or be compatible with:

(a) Non-recommended configurations;

(b) Certain non-voice communications equipment, including certain makes or models of alarm and security systems, certain medical monitoring devices, certain fax machines, and certain “dial-up” modems;

(c) Rotary-dial phone handsets, pulse-dial phone handsets, and models of other voice-related communications equipment such as certain private branch exchange (PBX) equipment, answering machines, and traditional Caller ID units;

(d) Casual/dial around (10-10) calling; 976, 900, 700, or 500 number calling;

(e) 311, 511, or other x11 calling (other than 411, 611, 711, and 911); and

(f) Other call types not expressly set forth in SPG’s product literature (e.g., outbound shore-to-ship calling).
Customer’s attempt to use any such systems in connection with the Services is solely at its own risk and Single Point Global shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever for any non-operation or damage to such services or devices.

Article 12: Additional Limitations on Spg’s Liability for Voice Service

12.1 Limitations on Single Point’s Liability for Directories and Directory Assistance for Service Customers. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL APPLY WHERE SINGLE POINT GLOBAL MAKES AVAILABLE AN OPTION TO LIST CUSTOMER’S NAME, ADDRESS, AND/OR TELEPHONE NUMBER IN A PUBLISHED DIRECTORY OR DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE DATABASE, AND ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OCCURS: (i) CUSTOMER REQUESTS THAT CUSTOMER’S NAME, ADDRESS AND/OR PHONE NUMBER BE OMITTED FROM A DIRECTORY OR DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE DATABASE, BUT THAT INFORMATION IS INCLUDED IN EITHER OR BOTH; (ii) CUSTOMER REQUESTS THAT CUSTOMER’S NAME, ADDRESS AND/OR PHONE NUMBER BE INCLUDED IN A DIRECTORY OR DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE DATABASE, BUT THAT INFORMATION IS OMITTED FROM EITHER OR BOTH; OR (iii) THE PUBLISHED OR LISTED INFORMATION FOR CUSTOMER’S ACCOUNT CONTAINS MATERIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS. IF ANY OF THESE CONDITIONS PERTAIN, THEN THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF SINGLE POINT GLOBAL AND ITS ASSOCIATED PARTIES SHALL NOT EXCEED THE MONTHLY CHARGES, IF ANY, WHICH CUSTOMER HAS ACTUALLY PAID TO SINGLE POINT GLOBAL TO LIST, PUBLISH, NOT LIST, OR NOT PUBLISH THE INFORMATION FOR THE AFFECTED PERIOD. CUSTOMER SHALL HOLD HARMLESS SINGLE POINT GLOBAL AND ITS ASSOCIATED PARTIES AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES CAUSED OR CLAIMED TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, BY THE ERRORS AND OMISSIONS REFERENCED ABOVE. FURTHERMORE, IF SINGLE POINT GLOBAL MAKES AVAILABLE DIRECTORY ADVERTISING SERVICES, NEITHER SINGLE POINT GLOBAL NOR ANY OF ITS ASSOCIATED PARTIES WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY ACTS, ERRORS, OR OMISSIONS RELATED TO SUCH DIRECTORY ADVERTISING.

12.2 CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT NEITHER SINGLE POINT GLOBAL NOR ITS ASSOCIATED PARTIES WILL BE LIABLE FOR ANY SERVICE OUTAGE, INABILITY TO DIAL 911 USING THE SERVICE, AND/OR INABILITY TO ACCESS EMERGENCY SERVICE PERSONNEL.

12.3 Customer Information. SINGLE POINT GLOBAL and its suppliers reserve the right both during the term of the Agreement and upon its termination to delete Customer’s voicemail, call detail, data, files, or other information that is stored on SPG’s or its suppliers’ servers or systems, in accordance with our storage policies. Customer understands and acknowledges that SINGLE POINT GLOBAL shall have no liability whatsoever as a result of the loss or removal of any such voicemail, call detail, data, files, or other information.

Article 13: Service Charges

(a) Prices. The Service is subject to the service pricing identified in the applicable Sales Order, subject to the pricing lists found at: http://www.singlepointglobal.com/international-rates/. SINGLE POINT GLOBAL may update the website documents and/or URL from time to time.

(b) Service calling plans billed as a flat monthly fee may not include certain call types. These excluded call types will instead be charged on a per-call basis (e.g., operator services) or a measured basis (e.g., international calls). Generally, for billing purposes, a measured call begins when the call is answered by the called party or an automated answering device (such as an answering machine or fax machine); it ends when one of the parties disconnects the call.

(c) Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, some providers (e.g., those involved in calls to foreign countries) charge for a completed call when the called party’s line rings or after a certain number of rings. If such a provider charges SINGLE POINT GLOBAL or its Associated Parties, as if such a call were answered by the called party, SINGLE POINT GLOBAL will charge Customer for a completed call.

(d) Billing Increments. Billing increment for Service are identified in the Service Description. Single Point Global may update the website documents and/or URL from time to time

(e) Rounding of Charges. Single Point Global reserves the right to round up any and all invoice amounts to the nearest one (1) cent.

Schedule a-1
Service Descriptions and Technical Specifications

SPGEV Services, Version 1.2

The description for the Services may be found at the following link:
http://www.singlepointglobal.com/services/singlepoint-voice/.

SINGLE POINT GLOBAL may update the website documents and/or URL from time to time.

Schedule a-2
Service Level Agreement for the Spgev Service

Single Point Global’s Enterprise Voice Service (“Service(s)”) will be provided in accordance with the performance standards set forth below:

Definitions

Capitalized terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the PSA or the General Terms and Conditions.

Monthly Recurring Charge (MRC)”– The recurring charges for Service as identified on the invoice and in Article 3.1 of the General Terms and Conditions.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)
SPG’s liability for any Total Service Interruption of its Service shall be limited to the amounts set forth below. Multiple events will require multiple trouble tickets to be opened.

Credit Allowances. Unless otherwise addressed in a service level agreement attached to the Agreement, Single Point Global will allow a pro-rata credit against future payment of the net monthly recurring charge (exclusive of nonrecurring charges, other one-time charges, per call charges, measured charges, regulatory fees and surcharges, taxes, and other governmental and quasi-governmental fees) for a Service Interruption, except as specified below or as may otherwise be legally required (“Credit”). “Service Interruption” shall mean a break in transmission that renders the Service unusable for transmission and reception. For the purposes of calculating a Credit allowance, the Service Interruption period begins when the Customer reports an interruption in the portion of the Service to Single Point Global, a trouble ticket is opened, and the Service is released to Single Point Global for testing and repair. The Service Interruption ends when the affected portion of the Service has been restored and Single Point Global has closed the trouble ticket. Service Interruption time does not include interruptions of less than thirty (30) minutes’ duration. Credits will be as follows:

Length-of-Service-Int

The total number of credit allowances per month shall not exceed the total monthly recurring charge for the affected Service. Credit allowances will not be made for less than $1.00, unless required under applicable law. To qualify, Customer must request the Credit from Single Point Global within thirty (30) days of the Service Interruption.

Exceptions to Credit Allowances. Except as otherwise provided in the General Terms and Conditions, a Service Interruption shall not qualify for the Credit set forth herein if such Service Interruption is related to, associated with, or caused by: scheduled maintenance events; Customer actions or inactions; Customer-provided power or equipment; any third party not contracted through Single Point Global, including, without limitation, Customer’s users, third-party network providers; any power, equipment or services provided by third parties; or an event of force majeure as defined in this Agreement, unless otherwise provided under applicable law. The remedies set forth in this Schedule shall be Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any Service Interruption in the Service, outage, unavailability, delay or other degradation in the Services or any Single Point Global failure to meet the objectives of the Service.