Dialup Access Terms of Service
The following Dialup Access Terms of Service are between you, the Customer, and IgLou Internet Services, Inc. (“IgLou”). These terms and conditions are a part of IgLou’s General Terms of Service, and you must accept both of these as a condition of ordering and receiving IgLou’s dialup access services.
4a. Dialup Access
Non-metered local access phone services may not be available in all areas. It is Subscriber’s sole responsibility to determine if a particular phone number being used to access IgLou is within their local calling area. Subscribers are responsible for all long distance or local metered charges they incur in connecting to IgLou’s dialup Internet access services.
IgLou does not guarantee modem dialup access speeds. Telephone lines, telephone traffic, PBX systems, weather conditions, and other telecommunications factors that are outside of the control of IgLou will affect the data transfer rate (bits per second) at which a particular modem can receive or transmit data.
There may not be any simultaneous use of dialup Service from two or more computer systems.
Any Subscriber dialup account may be automatically disconnected (“idle timeout”) after ten (10) minutes of inactivity, as detected by IgLou through electronic means. This time is approximate and is subject to change by IgLou at any time without notice.
Any Subscriber non-dedicated dialup account may be automatically disconnected after eight (8) hours of use, as detected by IgLou through electronic means. A Subscriber is welcome to reestablish connection with IgLou after such a disconnect through non-automated means.
Dialup accounts that use more than 150 hours of usage per month may be denied access to IgLou’s network for the remainder of the month, may be restricted during prime-time hours (defined as 6:00pm to 12:00midnight, 7 days a week), or may be required to change to a dedicated connection service-plan.
These Dialup Access Terms of Service are a subset of IgLou’s General Terms of Service.