T Mobile Lease Agreement
You agree to pay any fees that we assess and will charge you, or that have been accepted or processed through all devices in your account. You agree to provide us with accurate and complete invoice and tax information and to report any changes within 30 days of the change. You will receive an electronic (paperless) invoice unless you insist that you want a paper invoice. You have the option to switch to a paper invoice for free by changing your billing settings under www.my.T-Mobile.com or by referring to customer service. For more information about paperless billing, see www.t-mobile.com/billterms. Smartphone leasing seems to be the hot topic of the moment, thanks to a public battle between the CEOs of T-Mobile and Sprint. They also seem confusing to many, including those in this industry. What is the difference between T-Mobile and Sprint Leasing? Do you have your phone or not in a lease? What happens at the end of your lease? Can you buy the phone or do you have to return it? How do upgrades work? Is a lease a good thing or a bad thing? There is a lot to be said here. Services or software provided by third parties (including voice applications), 911 or E911, 911 text or other calling or messaging functions may work differently from the services we offer or do not work at all. Please read all the terms and conditions of sale of these third-party products.
When using these products, we are not responsible for the availability or reliability of 911 calls or text messages to 911 or if inaccurate location information is provided to 911 Communications Center. We cannot guarantee that you will be found if you make a 911 call or TEXT message. We use streaming video optimization technology on our network, which also makes it possible to use the available network capacity to offer a good service experience to as many customers as possible. Optimization technology aims to manage data usage over the network, reduce the risk of streaming video stalling and buffering on mobile devices, and reduce the amount of data for video streaming, making it possible to accommodate other users with higher speeds and a better overall network experience. Video optimization only takes place for data streams identified as video by our network of packet cores or for which the video provider has video self-optimization protocols in place. While many changes in streaming video files are probably not visible, the optimization process can affect the appearance of the streaming video, as it appears on a user`s device. In some cases, video optimization can also identify and process video file downloads as if they were real-time video streams. T-Mobile, however, offers content providers the option to opt for a protocol to identify video downloads and ensure that they are not treated as streaming video. Customers may have pricing plans where video optimization is provided in DVD quality (speeds of up to 1.5 Mbps, typically 480p), with the ability to add a feature to stream video streams at speeds that offer HD video features (typically 1080p). Alternatively, customers may have pricing plans that offer video optimization as a sales-order feature (for example.B. “Binge On”) to enable or disable video optimization in DVD quality.
Some qualified video providers may choose to decline the Binge On program, see list www.t-mobile.com/offer/binge-on-streaming-video.html#. Binge On optimization technology is not applied to the video services of these providers and the high-speed data consumption continues as if Binge On were not enabled. For more information on video optimization, see our open internet guideline for www.T-Mobile.com/OpenInternet. . . .