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“Agreement” means the combination of Single Point Global’s Masters Service Agreement, Product-Specific-Attachments (each, a “PSA”) defined within a Sales Order, the Sales Order, and any Use Policies or other additional terms specified within each of these documents.  In the event of a conflict or inconsistency between the MSA, PSA, and a Sales Order, the following order of precedence shall apply (only to the extent of the conflict or inconsistency): (1) the terms of the Sales Order, (2) the terms of the PSA, (3) the terms of the Privacy Policy, (4) the terms of the Acceptable Use Policy, or other referenced terms, and (5) the terms of the Master Services Agreement.

“Affiliate” means any entity that controls, is controlled by or is under common control with Single Point Global, Inc.

“Confidential Information” means all information regarding either Party’s business which has been marked or is otherwise communicated as being “proprietary” or “confidential,” or which reasonably should be known by the receiving party to be proprietary or confidential information.  Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Confidential Information shall include, even if not marked, the Agreement, all Licensed Software, all data provided by Customer or on Customer’s behalf, all data provided by Single Point Global, Inc, promotional materials, proposals, quotes, rate information, discount information, subscriber information, network upgrade information and schedules, network operation information (including without limitation information about outages and planned maintenance) and invoices, as well as the Parties’ communications regarding such items.

“Consumer Price Index” is a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services as dictated on

“Customer” means the company, corporation, or other entity named on the First Page of a Sales Order.

“Customer-Provided Equipment or “CE” means any and all facilities, equipment or devices supplied by Customer for use in connection with the Services.

“Demarcation Point” means the point of interconnection between the Network and Customer’s provided equipment located at a Service Location. In some cases the Demarcation Point shall be the User to Network Interface (UNI) port on Single Point Global Equipment at a Service Location.

“Licensed Software” means computer software or code provided by Single Point Global or its representatives required to use the Services, including without limitation, associated documentation, and all updates thereto.

“Network”  means consists of the Single Point Global Equipment, facilities, its partners or 3rd party representatives fiber optic cable associated with electronics and other equipment used to provide the Services.

“Party” means a reference to Single Point Global or the Customer; and in the plural, a reference to both companies.

“Product-Specific-Attachment” or “PSA” means additional terms and conditions related to a specific product or service offered by Single Point Global.

“Renewal Term” means the term at which a sales order renews as defined in the Sales Order, PSA, MSA, or the Agreement.

“Revenue Commitment” means a commitment by Customer to purchase a minimum volume of Service during an agreed term, as set forth in a Sales Order.

“Sales Order” means a request for Single Point Global to provide the Services to a Service Location(s) submitted by Customer to Single Point Global (a) on a then-current Single Point Global form designated for that purpose or (b) if available, through a Single Point Global electronic order processing system designated for that purpose.

“Service(s)” means a service provided by Single Point Global pursuant to a Sales Order. All Services provided under the Agreement are for commercial use only.

“Service Commencement Date” means the date(s) on which Single Point Global first makes a Service available for use by Customer.  A single Sales Order containing multiple Service Locations or Services may have multiple Service Commencement Dates.

“Service Fee(s)” means the rate at which Service(s) is provided indicated on a Sales Order.

“Service Location(s)” means the Customer location(s) where Single Point Global provides the Services, to the extent the Customer owns, leases, or otherwise controls such location(s), as specified on a Sales Order.

“Service Term” means the duration of time (commencing on the Service Commencement Date) for which a given Service is ordered, as specified in a Sales Order.

“Single Point Global” means the Affiliate(s) of Single Point Global, Inc. that provide the Services under the Agreement. References to Single Point Global in the Disclaimer of Warranties and Indemnification Articles shall also include its directors, officers, employees, agents, Affiliates, suppliers, licensors, successors, and assigns, as the case may be.

“Single Point Global Equipment” means any and all facilities, equipment or devices provided by Single Point Global or its authorized contractors at the Service Location(s) that are used to deliver any of the Services including, but not limited to, all terminals, wires, modems, lines, circuits, ports, routers, gateways, switches, channel service units, servers, workstations, wireless, data service units, cabinets, and racks. Notwithstanding the above, inside telephone wiring within the Service Location, whether or not installed by Single Point Global, shall not be considered Single Point Global Equipment.

 “Termination Charges” means charges that may be imposed by Single Point Global if, prior to the end of the applicable Service Term (a) Single Point Global terminates Services for cause or (b) Customer terminates Services without cause. Termination Charges are as set forth in each PSA, and are in addition to any other rights and remedies under the Agreement.


Single Point Global may change or modify the Agreement, and any related policies from time to time (“Revisions”) by posting such Revisions to the Single Point Global website available at (“Website”). The Revisions are effective upon posting to the Website.  Customer will receive notice of the Revisions in the next applicable monthly invoice or a letter sent to the Customer location. Customer shall have thirty (30) calendar days from the date of the notice of such Revisions to provide Single Point Global with written notice that the Revisions adversely affect Customer’s use of the Service(s). If after notice Single Point Global is able to verify such adverse effect but is unable to reasonably mitigate the Revision’s impact on such Services, then Customer may terminate the impacted Service(s) without further obligation to Single Point Global beyond the termination date, including Termination Charges, if any. The foregoing shall be Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy and Single Point’s sole liability with respect to a termination of this Agreement as described in this Article 1.


2.1       Orders.  Customer shall submit to Single Point Global a properly completed Sales Order to initiate Service at a Service Location(s).  A Sales Order shall become binding on the Parties (i) on the date that the Sales Order is fully executed by the Parties.  When a Sales Order becomes effective it shall be deemed part of, and shall be subject to, the Agreement.

2.2       Access.  In order to deliver certain Services to Customer, Single Point Global may require access, right-of-way, conduit, and/or common room space (“Access”), both within and/or outside each Service Location.  Customer shall provide an adequate environmentally controlled space and such electricity as may be required for installation, operation, and maintenance of the Single Point Global Equipment used to provide the Services within the Service Location(s). Customer shall be responsible for securing and maintaining on an initial and ongoing basis during the applicable Service Term and/or Renewal Term, such Access within each Service Location unless Single Point Global has secured such access prior to this Agreement. In the event that Customer fails to secure or maintain such Access within a particular Service Location, Single Point Global may suspend (until such failure is remedied), or cancel or terminate, Service at such particular Service Location, without further liability, upon written notice to Customer.  In such event, if Single Point Global has incurred any costs or expense in installing or preparing to install the Service that it otherwise would not have incurred, a charge equal to those costs and expenses shall apply to Customer’s final invoice for that particular Service Location. If Single Point Global is unable to secure or maintain Access outside a particular Service Location, which Access is needed to provide Services to such Service Location, Customer or Single Point Global may cancel or terminate Service at such particular Service Location, without further liability beyond the termination date, upon a minimum ninety (90) days’ prior written notice to the other party. In such event, if Single Point Global has incurred any costs or expense in installing or preparing to install the Service that it otherwise would not have incurred, Single Point Global shall be responsible for such costs or expenses.  Any other failure on the part of Customer to be ready to receive Service, or any refusal on the part of Customer to receive Service, shall not relieve Customer of its obligation to pay charges for any Service that is otherwise available for use.

2.3       Hazardous Materials. If the presence of asbestos or other hazardous materials exists or is detected at a Service Location or within the building where the Service Location is located, Single Point Global may immediately suspend providing Services until such a time as such materials are removed. Alternatively, Customer may notify Single Point Global to install the applicable portion of the Service in areas of any such Service Location not containing such hazardous material.  Any additional expense incurred by Single Point Global as a result of encountering hazardous materials, including but not limited to, any additional equipment shall be borne by Customer. Customer shall use reasonable efforts to maintain its property and Service Locations in a manner that preserves the integrity of the Services.

2.4       Single Point Global Equipment. At any time, Single Point Global may remove or change Single Point Global Equipment in its sole discretion in connection with providing the Services, provided such removal or change does not materially adversely affect the provision of Services.  Customer shall not move, rearrange, disconnect, remove, attempt to repair, or otherwise tamper with any Single Point Global Equipment or permit others to do so, and shall not use the Single Point Global Equipment for any purpose other than that authorized by the Agreement. Single Point Global shall maintain Single Point Global Equipment in good operating condition during the term of this Agreement; provided, however, that such maintenance shall be at Single Point Global’s expense only to the extent that it is related to and/or resulting from the ordinary and proper use of the Single Point Global Equipment.    Customer is responsible for damage to, or loss of, Single Point Global Equipment caused by its acts or omissions, and its noncompliance with this Article, or by fire, theft or other casualty at the Service Location(s), unless caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Single Point Global.

2.5       Ownership, Impairment and Removal of Network, The Network is and shall remain the property of Single Point Global regardless of whether installed within or upon the Service Location(s) and whether installed overhead, above, or underground and shall not be considered a fixture or an addition to the land or the Service Location(s) located thereon. Customer agrees that it shall take no action that directly or indirectly impairs Single Point Global’s title to the Network, or any portion thereof, or exposes Single Point Global to any claim, lien, encumbrance, or legal process, except as otherwise agreed in writing by the Parties.  Nothing in this Agreement shall preclude Single Point Global from using the Network for services provided to other Single Point Global customers. For a period of twelve (12) months following Single Point Global’s discontinuance of Service to the Service Location(s), Single Point Global retains the right to remove the Network including, but not limited to, that portion of the Network that is located in the Service Location.  To the extent Single Point Global removes such portion of the Network it shall be responsible for returning the Service Location(s) to its prior condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted.

2.6       Customer-Provided Equipment (“CE”).  Single Point Global shall have no obligation to install, operate, or maintain CE unless otherwise stated within a Sales Order or PSA. Customer shall have sole responsibility for providing maintenance, repair, operation and replacement of all CE, inside telephone wiring and other Customer equipment and facilities on the Customer’s side of the Demarcation Point unless otherwise stated within a Sales Order or PSA. Neither Single Point Global nor its employees,

Affiliates, agents or contractors will be liable for any damage, loss, or destruction to CE, unless caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Single Point Global or is in Single Point Global’s possession. CE shall at all times be compatible with the Network or Services as determined by Single Point Global in its sole discretion. In addition to any other service charges that may be imposed from time to time, Customer shall be responsible for the payment of service charges for visits by Single Point Global’s employees or agents to a Service Location when the service difficulty or trouble report results from the use of CE or facilities provided by any party other than Single Point Global. The rate for trouble visits, unless specified in a Sales Order, is two hundred and three hundred ($300.00 USD) per hour starting from the time of dispatch to the time the technician leaves the Customer Service location.

2.7       Circuit Engineering Review.  Each Sales Order containing a circuit submitted by Customer may be subject to an circuit engineering review.  The circuit engineering review will determine whether and to what extent the infrastructure must be modified, extended, built or upgraded (“Custom Installation”) in order to provide the ordered Services at the requested Service Location(s).  Single Point Global will provide Customer written notification in the event Service installation at any Service Location will require an additional non-recurring installation fee (“Custom Installation Fee”). Custom Installation Fees may also be referred to as “Construction Charges” on a Sales Order or invoice. Customer will have fifteen (15) days from receipt of such notice to reject the Custom Installation Fee and terminate, without further liability, the Sales Order with respect to the affected Service Location(s). For certain Services, the circuit engineering review will be conducted prior to Sales Order submission. In such case, Customer will have accepted the designated Custom Installation Fee upon submission of the applicable Sales Order.

2.8       Service Acceptance.  Except as may otherwise be identified in the applicable PSA, the Service Commencement Date shall be the date Single Point Global completes installation and notifies the client that any particular service within a Sales Order is available for use.

2.9       Administrative Website. Single Point Global may integrate Customer identification utilizing Active Directory, Office 365, G-Suite, Okta, or furnish Customer with one or more user identifications and/or passwords for use on the administrative portion of the Website (“Administrative Website”). Customer shall be responsible for the confidentiality and use of such user identifications and/or passwords provided and shall immediately notify Single Point Global if there has been an unauthorized release, use or other compromise of any user identification or password.  In addition, Customer agrees that its authorized users shall keep confidential and not distribute any information or other materials made available by the Administrative Website.  Customer shall be solely responsible for all acts or omissions and all use of the Administrative Website by such users. Single Point Global shall be entitled to rely on all Customer uses of and submissions to the Administrative Website as authorized by Customer.  Single Point Global shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense or other liability arising out of any Customer use of the Administrative Website or any information on the Administrative Website. Additional terms and policies may apply to Customer’s use of the Administrative Website.  These terms and policies will be posted on the site.


3.1       Charges. Except as otherwise provided in the Sales Order or applicable PSA, Customer shall pay Single Point Global one hundred percent (100%) of the Custom Installation Fee(s), Low Voltage Cabling Fee(s), Consulting Fee(s), Hardware Fee(s), and the Setup Fee(s) (if any) prior to the installation of the Service or Sales Order(s). Customer further agrees to pay all charges associated with the Services, as set forth or referenced in the applicable PSA, Sales Order(s) or invoice from Single Point Global.

3.2       Third-Party Charges.  Customer may incur charges from third-party service providers or cloud providers (such as Office365, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, etc.) that are separate and apart from, or based on the amounts charged by Single Point Global or listed in a Sales Order. Customer agrees that all such charges, including all applicable taxes, are Customer’s sole responsibility. Customer shall have the right to dispute these charges with the third-party provider directly at any time and at their expense. Single Point Global will credit any third-party charges if the outcome of any dispute favors the customer with the third-party.

3.3       Payment of Bills. Payment is due within thirty (30) days of the invoice date.  Subject to Section 3.8, any charges not paid to Single Point Global within such period will be considered past due. If a Service Commencement Date is not the first day of a billing period, Customer’s first monthly invoice shall include any pro-rated charges for the Services, from the date of installation to the start of the next billing period. In certain cases, Single Point Global may agree to provide billing services on behalf of third parties, as the agent of the third party. Any such third-party charges shall be payable pursuant to any contract or other arrangement between the third party and Customer and/or Single Point Global. Single Point Global shall not be responsible or liable in any manner for any dispute regarding these charges between Customer and such third party. Customer must address all such disputes directly with the third party as stated in Section 3.2.

3.4       Partial Payment. Partial payment of any bill will be applied to the Customer’s outstanding charges in amounts and proportions solely as determined by Single Point Global. No acceptance of partial payment(s) by Single Point Global shall constitute a waiver of any rights to collect the full balance owed under the Agreement.

3.5       Credit Approval and Deposits.  Customer shall provide Single Point Global with true and correct credit information requested by Single Point Global so that Single Point Global may make inquiries and receive information about Customer’s credit history from others and enter this information in Customer’s records. Single Point Global, in its sole discretion, may deny the Services based upon an unsatisfactory credit history.  Additionally, subject to applicable regulations, Single Point Global may require Customer to make a deposit as a condition to Single Point Global’s provision or continued provision of the Services.  The deposit will not, unless explicitly required by law, bear interest and shall be held by Single Point Global as security for payment of Customer’s charges. Single Point Global may apply the deposit to any delinquent Customer charges upon written notice to Customer. If Single Point Global uses any or all of the deposit to pay an account delinquency, Customer will replenish the deposit by that amount within five (5) days of its receipt of written notice from Single Point Global. If the provision of Service to Customer is terminated, or if Single Point Global determines in its sole discretion that such deposit is no longer necessary, then the amount of the deposit (plus any required deposit interest) will be credited to Customer’s account or will be refunded to Customer, as determined by Single Point Global.

3.6       Taxes and Fees.  Except to the extent Customer provides a valid tax exemption certificate prior to the delivery of Service, Customer shall be responsible for the payment of any and all applicable local, state, and federal taxes or fees (however designated). Customer also will be responsible to pay any Service fees, payment obligations and taxes that become applicable retroactively.

3.7       Other Government-Related Costs and Fees. Single Point Global reserves the right to invoice Customer for any fees or payment obligations in connection with the Services imposed by governmental or quasi-governmental bodies in connection with the sale, installation, use, or provision of the Services, including, without limitation, applicable franchise fees, right of way fees and Universal Service Fund charges (if any), regardless of whether Single Point Global or its Affiliates pay the fees directly or are required by an order, rule, or regulation of a taxing jurisdiction to collect them from Customer. Taxes and other government-related fees and surcharges may be changed with or without notice, In the event that any newly adopted law, rule, regulation or judgment increases Single Point Global’s costs of providing Services, Customer shall pay Single Point Global’s additional costs of providing Services under the new law, rule, regulation or judgment.

3.8       Disputed Invoice.  If Customer disputes any portion of an invoice by the due date, Customer must pay fifty percent (50%) of the disputed charges, in addition to the undisputed portion of the invoice and submit a written claim, including all documentation substantiating Customer’s claim, to Single Point Global for the disputed amount of the invoice by the invoice due date.  The Parties shall negotiate in good faith to resolve any billing dispute. Single Point Global will refund/credit all valid disputes resolved in Customer’s favor as of the date the disputed charges first appeared on the Customer’s invoice.

3.9       Past-Due Amounts.  Any payment not made when due will be subject to a late charge of 1.5% per month or the highest rate allowed by law on the unpaid invoice, whichever is lower. If Customer’s account is delinquent, Single Point Global may refer the account to a collection agency or attorney that may pursue collection of the past due amount and/or any Single Point Global Equipment which Customer fails to return in accordance with the Agreement.  If Single Point Global is required to use a collection agency or attorney to collect any amount owed by Customer or any unreturned Single Point Global Equipment, Customer agrees to pay all reasonable costs of collection or other action.  The remedies set forth herein are in addition to and not in limitation of any other rights and remedies available to Single Point Global under the Agreement or at law or in equity.

3.10     Rejected Payments.  Except to the extent otherwise prohibited by law, Customer will be assessed a service charge up to the full amount permitted under applicable law for any check or other instrument used to pay for the Services that has been rejected by the bank or other financial institution.

3.11     Fraudulent Use of Services. Customer is responsible for all charges attributable to Customer with respect to the Service(s), even if incurred as the result of fraudulent or unauthorized use of the Service.  Single Point Global may, but is not obligated to, detect or report unauthorized or fraudulent use of Services to Customer.  Single Point Global reserves the right to restrict, suspend or discontinue providing any Service in the event of fraudulent, or suspected fraudulent, use of a Service ordered by Customer.


4.1          Agreement Term.  Upon execution of the Agreement, Customer shall be allowed to submit Sales Orders to Single Point Global during the term referenced on the MSA Cover Page of the first Sales Order (“Initial MSA Term”). After the expiration of the Initial MSA Term, Single Point Global may continue to accept Sales Orders from Customer under the Agreement, or require the Parties to execute a new agreement. This Agreement shall continue in effect until the expiration or termination date of the last Sales Order entered under the Agreement, unless terminated earlier in accordance with the Agreement.

4.2       Sales Order Term/Revenue Commitment. The applicable Service Term and Revenue Commitment (if any) shall be set forth in the Sales Order.  Unless otherwise stated, if a Sales Order does not specify a term of service, the Service Term shall be three (3) years from the Service Commencement Date. In the event Customer fails to satisfy a Revenue Commitment, Customer will be billed a shortfall charge pursuant to the terms of the applicable PSA.

4.3       Sales Order Renewal.  Upon the expiration of the Service Term, and unless otherwise agreed to by the Parties in the Sales Order, each Sales Order shall automatically renew for the original duration and include a automatic twenty-five percent (25%) price/rate increase across all product lines, or prior written notice of non-renewal is delivered by either Party to the other at least ninety (90) days, but no sooner than one hundred and twenty days (120) days before the expiration of the Service Term or the then-current Renewal Term.  Effective at any time after the first anniversary of the Service Commencement Date and from time to time thereafter, Single Point Global may modify the charges for its Services by providing thirty (30) days’ prior written notice to Customer except that notice will not be required where automatic rate adjustments have been specified in the Agreement. Customer will have thirty (30) days from receipt of such notice to cancel the applicable Service without further liability or Termination Charges. Should Customer fail to cancel within this timeframe, Customer will be deemed to have accepted the modified Service pricing.


5.1       Termination for Convenience. Notwithstanding any other term or provision in this Agreement, Customer shall have the right, in its sole discretion, to terminate any or all Sales Order(s) at any time during the Service Term(s), upon ninety (90) days’ prior written notice to Single Point Global and subject to payment to Single Point Global of all outstanding amounts due for the Services, including any and all applicable Termination Charges, and subject further to the return of all applicable Single Point

Global Equipment. Single Point Global may terminate the Agreement if Customer does not order any Service under a Sales Order for twelve (12) consecutive months or longer.

5.2       Termination for Cause. If either Party breaches any material term of the Agreement (including any specific PSA), other than a payment term, and the breach continues un-remedied for thirty (30) days after written notice of default, the other Party may terminate for cause any Sales Order materially affected by the breach.  If Customer is in breach of a payment obligation (including failure to pay a required deposit) and fails to make such payment in full within ten (10) days after receipt of written notice of default, Single Point Global may, at its option, terminate the Agreement, terminate the affected Sales Orders, suspend Service under the affected Sales Orders, and/or require a deposit, advance payment, or other satisfactory assurances in connection with any or all Sales Orders as a condition of continuing to provide Service, except that Single Point Global will not take any such action as a result of Customer’s non-payment of a charge subject to a timely billing dispute, unless Single Point Global has reviewed the dispute and determined in good faith that the charge is correct.  A Sales Order may be terminated by either Party immediately upon written notice if the other Party has become insolvent or involved in liquidation or termination of its business, or adjudicated bankrupt, or been involved in an assignment for the benefit of its creditors.  Termination by either Party of a Sales Order does not waive any other rights or remedies that it may have under this Agreement. The non-defaulting Party shall be entitled to all available legal and equitable remedies for such breach.

5.3       Effect of Expiration/Termination of a Sales Order.

Upon the expiration or termination of a Sales Order for any reason:

  1. Single Point Global shall disconnect the applicable Service(s);
  2. Single Point Global may delete all applicable data, files, electronic messages, or other information stored on Single Point Global’s servers or systems;
  3. If Customer has terminated the Sales Order prior to the expiration of the Service Term for convenience, or if Single Point Global has terminated the Sales Order prior to the expiration of the Service Term as a result of material breach by Customer, Single Point Global may assess and collect from Customer applicable Termination Charges  (if any);
  4. Customer shall, permit Single Point Global to retrieve from the applicable Service Location any and all Single Point Global Equipment.  If Customer fails to permit such retrieval or if the retrieved Single Point Global Equipment has been damaged and/or destroyed other than by Single Point Global or its agents, normal wear and tear excepted, Single Point Global may invoice Customer for the manufacturer’s list price of the relevant Single Point Global Equipment, or in the event of minor damage to the retrieved Single Point Global Equipment, the cost of repair, which amounts shall be immediately due and payable; and
  5. Customer’s right to use applicable Licensed Software shall automatically terminate, and Customer shall be obligated to return all Licensed Software to Single Point Global.

5.4       Resumption of Service.  If a Service has been discontinued by Single Point Global for cause and Customer requests that the Service be restored, Single Point Global shall have the sole and absolute discretion to restore such Service.  At Single Point Global’s option, deposits, advanced payments, nonrecurring charges, and/or an extended Service Term may apply to restoration of Service.


6.1       Limitation of Liability.



6.2       Disclaimer of Warranties. 

Services shall be provided pursuant to the terms and conditions in the applicable PSA and Service Level Agreement therein, if any, and are in lieu of all other warranties, express, implied or statutory, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, and non-infringement. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, SINGLE POINT GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL SUCH EXPRESS, IMPLIED AND STATUTORY WARRANTIES.

  • Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, and except as otherwise identified in a PSA or Service Level Agreement, Single Point Global does not warrant that the Services, Single Point Global Equipment, or Licensed Software will be uninterrupted, error-free, or free of latency or delay, or that the Services, Single Point Global Equipment, or Licensed Software will meet customer’s requirements, or that the Services, Single Point Global Equipment, or Licensed Software will prevent unauthorized access by third parties.

    In no event shall Single Point Global, be liable for any loss, damage or claim arising out of or related to:  (i) stored, transmitted, or recorded data, files, or software; (ii) any act or omission of Customer, its users or third parties; (iii) interoperability, interaction or interconnection of the Services with applications, equipment, services or networks provided by Customer or third parties; or (iv) loss or destruction of any Customer hardware, software, files or data resulting from any virus or other harmful feature or from any attempt to remove it. Customer is advised to back up all data, files and software prior to the installation of Service and at regular intervals thereafter.

    6.3       Disruption of Service.  Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, the Services are not fail-safe and are not designed or intended for use in situations requiring fail-safe performance or in which an error or interruption in the Services could lead to severe injury to business, persons, property or environment (“High Risk Activities”), including, without limitation, vital business or personal communications, or activities where absolutely accurate data or information is required.

    6.4       Customer’s sole and exclusive remedies are expressly set forth in the Agreement. Certain of the above exclusions may not apply if the state in which a Service is provided does not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties or does not allow the limitation or exclusion of incidental or consequential damages. In those states, the liability of Single Point Global is limited to the maximum extent permitted by law.


    7.1       Single Point Global’s Indemnification Obligations. Single Point Global shall indemnify defend, and hold harmless Customer from and against all third-party claims, demands, actions, causes of actions, damages, liabilities, losses, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees)  (“Claims”) incurred as a result of:  (1) infringement of U.S. patent or copyright relating to the Single Point Global Equipment or Single Point Global Licensed Software hereunder; and (2) damage to tangible personal property or real property, and personal injuries (including death) arising out of the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Single Point Global while working on the Customer Service Location.

    7.2       Customer’s 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 Customer’s use or sharing of the Service(s) provided under the Agreement, including with respect to:  libel, slander, infringement of copyright, or unauthorized use of trademark, trade name, or service mark arising out of communications via the Service; for patent infringement arising from Customer’s combining or connection of CE to use the Service; and for damage arising out of the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Customer or its users of the Service(s).

    7.3      Indemnification Procedures. The indemnifying party agrees to defend the indemnified party for any Claim that is the subject of this Article 7.  The indemnified party agrees to notify the indemnifying party promptly, in writing, of any Claims, threatened or actual, and to cooperate in every reasonable way to facilitate the defense or settlement of such Claim.  The indemnifying party shall assume the defense of any Claim with counsel reasonably satisfactory to the indemnified party.  The indemnified party may employ its own counsel in any such case, and shall pay such counsel’s fees and expenses.  The indemnifying party shall have the right to settle any claim for which indemnification is available; provided, however, that to the extent that such settlement requires the indemnified party to take or refrain from taking any action or purports to obligate the indemnified party, then the indemnifying party shall not settle such claim without the prior written consent of the indemnified party, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed.


    8.1       License.  If and to the extent that Customer requires the use of Licensed Software in order to use the Service supplied under any Sales Order, Customer shall have a personal, nonexclusive, nontransferable, and limited license to use such Licensed Software in object code only and solely to the extent necessary to use the applicable Service during the corresponding Service Term.  All Licensed Software provided to Customer, and each revised version thereof, is licensed (not sold) to Customer by Single Point Global only for use in conjunction with the Service and solely in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.  Customer may not claim title to, or an ownership interest in, any Licensed Software (or any derivations or improvements thereto), and Customer shall execute any documentation required by Single Point Global, including, without limitation, end-user license agreements for the Licensed Software.  Single Point Global and its suppliers shall retain ownership of the Licensed Software, and no rights are granted to Customer other than a license to use the Licensed Software under the terms expressly set forth in this Agreement.

    8.2       Restrictions.  Customer agrees that it shall not: (i) copy the Licensed Software (or any upgrades thereto or related written materials) except for emergency back-up purposes or as permitted by the express written consent of Single Point Global; (ii) reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Licensed Software; (iii) sell, lease, license, or sublicense the Licensed Software; or (iv) create, write, or develop any derivative software or any other software program based on the Licensed Software.

    8.3       Updates.  Customer acknowledges that the use of Service may periodically require updates and/or changes to certain Licensed Software incorporated in the Single Point Global Equipment or CE.  If Single Point Global has agreed to provide updates and changes, such updates and changes may be performed remotely or on-site by Single Point Global, at Single Point Global’s sole option.  Customer hereby consents to, and shall provide free access for, such updates deemed reasonably necessary by Single Point Global. If Customer fails to agree to such updates, Single Point Global will be excused from the applicable Service Level Agreement and other performance credits, and any and all liability and indemnification obligations regarding the applicable Service.

    8.4       Export Law and Regulation.  Customer acknowledges that any products, software, and technical information (including, but not limited to, services and training) provided pursuant to the Agreement may be subject to U.S. export laws and regulations. Customer agrees that it will not use distribute, transfer, or transmit the products, software, or technical information (even if incorporated into other products) except in compliance with U.S. export regulations.  If requested by Single Point Global, Customer also agrees to sign written assurances and other export-related documents as may be required for Single Point Global to comply with U.S. export regulations.

    8.5       Ownership of Telephone Numbers and Addresses.  Customer acknowledges that use of certain Services does not give it any ownership or other rights in any telephone number or Internet/on-line addresses provided, including but not limited to Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses, e-mail addresses and web addresses.

    8.6       Intellectual Property Rights in the Services.  Title and intellectual property rights to the Services are owned by Single Point Global, its agents, suppliers or affiliates or their licensors or otherwise by the owners of such material.  The copying, redistribution, bundling or publication of the Services, in whole or in part, without express prior written consent from Single Point Global or other owner of such material, is prohibited.


    9.1       Disclosure and Use.  All Confidential Information disclosed by either Party shall be kept by the receiving party in strict confidence and shall not be disclosed to any third party without the disclosing party’s express written consent.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, such information may be disclosed (i) to the receiving party’s employees, affiliates, and agents who have a need to know for the purpose of performing this Agreement, using the Services, rendering the Services, and marketing related products and services (provided that in all cases the receiving party shall take appropriate measures prior to disclosure to its employees, affiliates, and agents to assure against unauthorized use or disclosure); or (ii) as otherwise authorized by this Agreement.  Each Party agrees to treat all Confidential Information of the other in the same manner as it treats its own proprietary information, but in no case using a degree of care less than a reasonable degree of care.

    9.2       Exceptions.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, each Party’s confidentiality obligations hereunder shall not apply to information that: (i) is already known to the receiving party without a pre-existing restriction as to disclosure; (ii) is or becomes publicly available without fault of the receiving party; (iii) is rightfully obtained by the receiving party from a third party without restriction as to disclosure, or is approved for release by written authorization of the disclosing party; (iv) is developed independently by the receiving party without use of the disclosing party’s Confidential Information; or (v) is required to be disclosed by law or regulation, provided that the receiving party reasonably assists the disclosing party in obtaining a protective order with respect to such information.

    9.3       Publicity.  The Agreement provides no right to use any Party’s or its affiliates’ trademarks, service marks, or trade names, or to otherwise refer to the other Party in any marketing, promotional, or advertising materials or activities, except that Single Point Global shall have the right to list Customer as a customer on its Website and in marketing materials.  Neither Party shall issue any publication or press release relating to, or otherwise disclose the existence of, the terms and conditions of any contractual relationship between Single Point Global and Customer, except as permitted by the Agreement or otherwise consented to in writing by the other Party.

    9.4       Passwords.  Single Point Global may furnish Customer with user identifications and passwords for use in conjunction with certain Services, including, without limitation, for access to certain non-public Single Point Global website materials.  Customer understands and agrees that such information shall be subject to Single Point Global’s access policies and procedures located on Single Point Global’s Website.

    9.5       Remedies.  Notwithstanding any other Article of this Agreement, the non-breaching Party shall be entitled to seek equitable relief to protect its interests pursuant to this Article 9, including, but not limited to, injunctive relief.

    9.6       Monitoring of Services.  Except as otherwise expressly set forth in a PSA, Single Point Global assumes no obligation to pre-screen or monitor Customer’s use of the Service, including without limitation postings and/or transmission.  However, Customer acknowledges and agrees that Single Point Global and its agents shall have the right to pre-screen and monitor such use from time to time and to use and disclose such results to the extent necessary to operate the Service, to ensure compliance with applicable use policies, to protect the rights and/or property of Single Point Global and its customers and users, or in emergencies when physical safety is at issue, and that Single Point Global may disclose the same to the extent necessary to satisfy any law, regulation, or governmental request.  Single Point Global shall have no liability or responsibility for content received or distributed by Customer or its users through the Service, and Customer shall indemnify, defend, and hold Single Point Global and its directors, officers, employees, agents, subsidiaries, affiliates, successors, and assigns harmless from any and all claims, damages, and expenses whatsoever (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising from such content attributable to Customer or its users. For the avoidance of doubt, the monitoring of data described in this Section 9.6 refers to aggregate data and types of traffic (protocol, upstream/downstream utilization, etc.).  Single Point Global does not have access to the content of encrypted data transmitted across Single Point Global networks.

    9.7       Survival of Confidentiality Obligations.  The obligations of confidentiality and limitation of use described in this Article 9 shall survive the expiration and termination of the Agreement for a period of two (2) years (or such longer period as may be required by law).


    10.1     Prohibited Uses and Single Point Global Use Policies. Customer is prohibited from using, or permitting the use of, any Service (i) for any purpose in violation of any law, rule, regulation, or policy of any government authority; (ii) in violation of any Use Policy (as defined below); (iii) for any use inconsistent with or not authorized by this Agreement or as to which Customer has not obtained all required government approvals, authorizations, licenses, consents, and permits; or (iv) to interfere unreasonably with the use of Single Point Global service by others or the operation of the Network.  Customer is solely responsible for assuring that any and all of its users comply with the provisions of the Agreement. Single Point Global reserves the right to act immediately and without notice to terminate or suspend the Services and/or to remove from the Services any information transmitted by or to Customer or users, if Single Point Global determines that such use is prohibited as identified herein or otherwise in violation of this Agreement, or information does not conform with the requirements set or Single Point Global reasonably believes that such use or information may violate any laws, regulations, or written and electronic instructions for use. Furthermore, to the extent applicable, Services shall be subject to Single Point Global’s acceptable use policies (“Use Policies”) that may limit use. The Use Policies and other security policies concerning the Services are posted on the Website, and are incorporated into this Agreement by reference. Single Point Global may update the Use Policies from time to time, and such updates shall be deemed effective immediately upon posting, with or without actual notice to Customer.  Single Point Global’s action or inaction in enforcing acceptable use shall not constitute review or approval of Customer’s or any other users’ use or information.

    10.2     Privacy Policy. In addition to the provisions of Article 9, Single Point Global’s commercial privacy policy applies to Single Point Global’s handling of Customer confidential information.  Single Point Global’s privacy policy is available on the Website.

    10.3     Privacy Note Regarding Information Provided to Third Parties. Single Point Global is not responsible for any information provided by Customer to third parties in connection with the Services. Such information is not subject to the privacy provisions of this Agreement and Single Point Global’s privacy policy does not apply to the treatment of such information by third parties.  Customer is responsible for reviewing the privacy policies and terms of use for third parties prior to providing information to such third parties.  Customer assumes all privacy and other risks associated with providing personally identifiable information to third parties via the Services.

    10.4     Prohibition on Resale.  Customer may not sell, resell, sublease, assign, license, sublicense, share, provide, or otherwise utilize in conjunction with a third party (including, without limitation, in any joint venture or as part of any outsourcing activity) the Services or any component thereof.

    10.5     Violation. Any breach of this Article 10 shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement.  In the event of such material breach, Single Point Global shall have the right to restrict, suspend, or terminate immediately any or all Sales Orders, without liability on the part of Single Point Global, and then to notify Customer of the action that Single Point Global has taken and the reason for such action, in addition to any and all other rights and remedies under this Agreement.


    11.1     Force Majeure.  Neither Party (and in the case of Single Point Global, Single Point Global affiliates and subsidiaries) shall be liable to the other Party for any delay, failure in performance, loss, or damage to the extent caused by force majeure conditions such as acts of God, fire, explosion, power blackout, cable cut, acts of regulatory or governmental agencies, unavailability of right-of-way or materials, epidemic or pandemic, or other causes beyond the Party’s reasonable control, except that Customer’s obligation to pay for Services provided under the Agreement shall not be excused. Changes in economic, business or competitive condition shall not be considered force majeure events.

    11.2     Assignment or Transfer.  Customer shall not assign any right, obligation or duty, in whole or in part, nor of any other interest hereunder, without the prior written consent of Single Point Global, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.  All obligations and duties of either Party under this Agreement shall be binding on all successors in interest and assigns of such Party. Nothing herein is intended to limit Single Point Global’s right to assign or transfer this Agreement or otherwise use third-party consultants and contractors to perform Services under one (1) or more  Sales Orders.

    11.3     Notices. Any notice sent pursuant to the Agreement shall be deemed given and effective when sent by facsimile (confirmed by first-class mail), or when delivered by overnight express or other express delivery service, in each case as follows:  (i) with respect to Customer, to the address set forth on the Cover Page of any Sales Order; or (ii) with respect to Single Point Global, to:  CEO, Single Point Global, 21720 Red Rum Drive, Suite 122, Ashburn, VA 20147.  Each Party shall notify the other Party in writing of any changes in its address or any unethical behavior by either Customer or SPG third parties or employees

    11.4     Entire Understanding. The Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the Parties related to the subject matter hereof. The Agreement supersedes all prior agreements, proposals, representations, statements, or understandings, whether written or oral, concerning the Services or the Parties’ rights or obligations relating to Services.  Any prior representations, promises, inducements, or statements of intent regarding the Services that are not embodied in the Agreement are of no effect. No subsequent agreement among the Parties concerning Service shall be effective or binding unless it is made in writing by authorized representatives of the Parties. Terms or conditions contained in any Sales Order, or restrictive endorsements or other statements on any form of payment, shall be void and of no force or effect.

    11.5     Construction.  In the event that any portion of the Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the Parties shall replace the invalid or unenforceable portion with another provision that, as nearly as possible, reflects the original intention of the Parties, and the remainder of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

    11.6     Survival.  The rights and obligations of either Party that by their nature would continue beyond the termination or expiration of a Sales Order shall survive termination or expiration of the Sales Order.

    11.7     Choice of Law.  This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the internal, substantive laws of the state of Virginia, except to the extent superseded by federal law.

    11.8     No Third Party Beneficiaries.  This Agreement does not expressly or implicitly provide any third party (including users) with any remedy, claim, liability, reimbursement, cause of action, or other right or privilege.

    11.9   Parties’ Authority to Contract.  The persons whose signatures appear below are duly authorized to enter into the Agreement on behalf of the Parties name therein.

    11.10   No Waiver; Etc.  No failure by either Party to enforce any right(s) hereunder shall constitute a waiver of such right(s).  This Agreement may be executed in counterpart copies.

    11.11   Independent Contractors. The Parties to this Agreement are independent contractors.  Neither Party is an agent, representative, or partner of the other Party.  Neither Party shall have any right, power, or authority to enter into any agreement for, or on behalf of, or incur any obligation or liability of, or to otherwise bind, the other Party.  This Agreement shall not be interpreted or construed to create an association, agency, joint venture, or partnership between the Parties or to impose any liability attributable to such a relationship upon either Party.

    11.12   Article Headings.  The article headings used herein are for reference only and shall not limit or control any term or provision of this Agreement or the interpretation or construction thereof.

    11.13   Compliance with Laws. Each of the Parties agrees to comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations and ordinances in the performance of its respective obligations under this Agreement.

    11.14   Third-Party Providers SLA’s. Services resold by SPG but delivered by a 3rd party provider are subject to the SLA’s provided by the 3rd party. SPG will not provide any compensation or credit of any kind for any outage, inaccessibility, or trouble due to a 3rd party product or service unless directly caused by SPG or its affiliates which is determined by SPG. Products and Services delivered by SPG are specifically labeled on the Sales Order.