Business Service Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Service Terms and Conditions for Hawaiian Telcom products.

Hawaiian Telcom Terms of Service for Business Customers

300 Mbps + Voice Bundle
Limited time offer. Service and speeds subject to location availability. The $29.99 Voice offer is per line of Centrex Biz Plus voice service when bundled with Business Internet. $59.99 Business Internet offer is for 300 Mbps download and 50 Mbps upload speed when bundled with Centrex Biz Plus voice service. Pricing does not include taxes, fees and assessments. This promotion may not be combined with any other promotional or pricing offer. Speed and pricing comparison based on Hawaiian Telcom Business Internet with 300 Mbps download speeds and Spectrum Business Internet with 60 Mbps download speed for $59.99/mo as indicated on spectrum.com on November 21, 2017. Other restrictions apply. ©2017 Hawaiian Telcom. All rights reserved.

Business All-in-One 

Early Termination Fees. The User Minimum is set forth in the attached Quotation. Customer agrees to maintain this User Minimum throughout the Service Period. If Customer falls below the User Minimum prior to expiration of the Service Term, Customer shall pay, within 30 days of such termination, an early termination fee for each user less than the User Minimum. The termination charge will equal 50% of the base (undiscounted/standard) monthly recurring charges for the remainder of the Service Period (“User Minimum Fee”).

The Business All-in-One bundle requires HTSC provided Broadband service. Customer agrees to maintain the Broadband service through the Term of the bundle contract. If Customer disconnects the Broadband service prior to the Term expiration date, Customer shall pay, within 30 days of such termination, an early termination fee. The termination charge will equal 50% of the base (undiscounted/standard) monthly recurring charge for the remainder of the Service Period.

If Customer disconnects Broadband service, and this service is part of a Business All-in-One bundle, then Hosted Voice service will also be terminated, and the User Minimum Fees will also be assessed.

Office 365 30 Day Free Trial

30-day trial of Microsoft® Office 365 promotion may not be combined with any other promotional or pricing offer. Customer agrees to these terms and conditions if customer decides to use the promotion. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to modify or cancel this program at any time. 30-day trial of Microsoft Office 365 is for demonstration purposes and available for new service only. Customer is solely responsible for removing any customer data, content, program or application stored or loaded onto the service prior to the trial expiration and Hawaiian Telcom has no liability for the loss, destruction, or unavailability of any customer data, content, program or application upon expiration of the trial period. Upon expiration of the trial period the customer has the option to purchase the service from Hawaiian Telcom. Limited Time Offer. Other terms, conditions and restrictions apply. ©2017 Hawaiian Telcom

Business Fiber Internet – First Month Free
First month free offer is valid for new service and applicable to fiber speed tiers Extreme, Ultimate, Elite, Fiber 100, Fiber 300, Fiber 500, and Fiber 1 Gig. Discount does not apply to other services purchased with Hawaiian Telcom. One time installation charge (Reg. $199) waived with this promotion upon install may be applied if service is terminated within 12 months. Any change to account or service plan will cancel promotional discount. Other terms, conditions and restrictions may apply. ©2017Hawaiian Telcom  


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Hawaiian Telcom’s
Business Dialup and High Speed Internet Access
Terms of Service
WELCOME TO HAWAIIAN TELCOM!
THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONTAIN IMPORTANT REQUIREMENTS REGARDING YOUR USE OF HAWAIIAN
TELCOM'S BUSINESS DIALUP AND HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS SERVICE AND YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH
HAWAIIAN TELCOM AND ITS THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS.
READ THEM CAREFULLY AS THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR RIGHTS AS WELL AS
THOSE OF HAWAIIAN TELCOM.
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU MAY NOT USE THE SERVICE AND YOU MUST
TERMINATE YOUR SERVICE IMMEDIATELY.
1. This Master Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into by and between the Customer ("you", "your", or "Company") and Hawaiian Telcom
Services Company, Inc. or its affiliate providers as defined in Appendix A of this Agreement ("Hawaiian Telcom", "us" or "we"). The Master
Agreement includes the Service Quotation(s) ("Quotation") provided to you. The Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions under which
you agree to use the Service, and under which Hawaiian Telcom agrees to provide the service to you.
Acceptance of this Agreement. You are deemed to have accepted this Agreement upon the earlier of: (a) your submission of an online
order; (b) your accepting the Terms of Service electronically during registration or in the course of installing the Software (see Paragraph 4) or
the Equipment (see Paragraph 2); (c) your use of the Service (see Paragraph 2); or (d) your retention of the Software or Equipment we
provide beyond 30 days following delivery. This Agreement is made up of the terms below, including all Acceptable Use, Privacy, Civil
Subpoena, Newsgroups, Web Site Use, Email, Alias, Anti-Spam, Security and other policies as listed in the Appendices to this Agreement
and the other policies and materials specifically referred to in these Terms of Service. The Agreement and related policies are also set forth
on the Hawaiian Telcom web site located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. You may also receive a hard copy of this agreement by
writing to us at:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Hardcopy Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
2. DEFINITION OF SERVICE.
2.1 For purposes of this Agreement the term "Service" shall mean the Hawaiian Telcom High Speed Internet access service for Business and
related transport services provided to you by Hawaiian Telcom. This includes all software (as defined in Paragraph 11 below), equipment,
technical support, portal, Domain Name Service (DNS), Web site Hosting, newsgroup services, email and other features, products and
services provided by Hawaiian Telcom under the pricing plan applicable to your Service. The Service does not include voice telephony
services over the public switched telephone network. For purposes of this Agreement, "Equipment" shall mean the modem, router and/or
other equipment provided by Hawaiian Telcom for use with your Service. The Service may be referred to as the Hawaiian Telcom "Business
DSL", “Business High Speed Internet”, “Business Net”, "DSL", “HT Business Internet”, “Hosted Exchange”, Sales Plus”, Sales Express”,
“Leads Express”, “Leads Plus”, “Leads Express”, “4 Business Static”, “HI Velocity”, “Fast Packet-Retail”, “SB e-Commerce”, “SB Website”,
“Fast Packet-Wholesale”, “DIA-Dedicated Internet Access”, “Business Email”, “Residential Email”, “SB e-Commerce”, “Small Business eCommerce”, ”Small Business Website”, “SB Website”,“4 Business Dynamic”, “Ohana Net”, “Wholesale Business”, “Wholesale Business Class
DSL”, “Wholesale Business DSL”, “Wholesale BYOP DSL”, “Wholesale Transport”, “Wholesale Transport Only DSL”, “Business DSL
Transport Only DSL “, “Wholesale Residential DSL”, “Online” and may include "ATM", “Frame Relay”, “Dynamic”, “Advanced”, “Starter”,
“Premium”, “Express”, “Plus” ,“Static”, “Private Line”, “Internet Email”, "Web Hosting Service" and/or "Email Service", depending on the
specific services you have selected. The Service shall also include any software or hardware that we provide you in connection with the
Service to which you have subscribed.
2.2 Changes to Service. We reserve the right to change any of the features, content or applications offered as part of the Service at any time.
Please visit the Hawaiian Telcom website support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ for changes to this Terms of Service Agreement
3. AUTHORIZED USER, USE, AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
3.1 You acknowledge that you are 18 years of age or older, and you agree that you have the legal authority to enter into this agreement and
affirm that the information you supply to us is correct and complete. You further acknowledge and agree that you are solely responsible for all
use of the Service and the manner in which the Service is used, including without limitation the protection, storage, back-up and security of
your data, software, computer network and other facilities; your choice of equipment, software (including all upgrades thereto) and online
content; and all other matters related to how you access and use the Service. You understand that Hawaiian Telcom relies on the information 
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you supply and that providing false or incorrect information may result in Service provisioning or delivery delays or the suspension or
termination of your Service. You agree to promptly notify Hawaiian Telcom whenever your personal or billing information changes (including
for example, your name, address, telephone number, and credit card number and expiration date).
3.2 We will provide you with or, if available in your area for your chosen Service, you will choose, a User ID and/or Hawaiian Telcom User
Name (collectively, "User ID") and password for each account purchased to enable you to access the Service. You agree to protect your User
ID and to pay for all activity associated with it.
3.3 You agree that you are responsible for all use on your account, including any secondary accounts or sub-accounts registered to your
primary account. You understand this means that you accept full liability and responsibility for the actions of anyone who uses the Service via
your account, or any secondary accounts, with or without your permission. You also agree to use the Dialup Service only in states and
countries defined in paragraph 4 below.
3.4 If you select a pricing plan that includes a predetermined allocation of Services (for example, 150 hours of Dialup Service), unused
allotment of Services from one billing cycle will not carry over to any other billing cycle. For all usage based pricing, you agree to pay usage
fees as outlined by the dialup usage pricing included in your registration and/or setup software. Additional usage based pricing policies may
be found in Appendix D of this Agreement.
4. DIALUP ACCESS & HIGH SPEED INTERNET SERVICES.
If you subscribe to Dialup access & global service provider services:
4.1 You agree to comply with the terms of the Hawaiian Telcom’s Dialup Access policies as found in this paragraph 4. For all dialup services
that are priced on usage basis, you agree to pay the per usage fee as outlined in your pricing agreement at time of signup for the Service.
4.2 You may not resell the Dialup Service, use it for high volume purposes, or engage in similar activities that constitute such use
(commercial or non-commercial), or use it as a dedicated line, as determined solely by Hawaiian Telcom . If your account is idle for fifteen
minutes, it will be subject to log-off automatically and without notice. An account session may be deemed to be idle if there appears to be no
interactive, human generated data received from the remote user's computer system within a prescribed amount of time. Automated data is
not considered interactive or human generated. Automated data includes but is not limited to data generated by an automatic re-dialer, script
or other program that runs on a computer system for the purpose of avoiding inactivity disconnects, and the automated checking of email or
"pinging" the host to maintain a constant connection.
4.3 You may only use your account for one log-on session per connection type at a time. You may not use more than one IP address for each
log-on session.
4.4 You may not use the Dialup Service to host any type of server whether personal or commercial in nature.
4.5 Hawaiian Telcom provides dialup service in the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii, Guam and Puerto Rico. Hawaiian Telcom reserves
the right to change the geographical locations supported for dialup Service customers.
4.6 If you subscribe to High Speed Internet Service:
4.6.1 You may not resell the High Speed Internet Service, use it for high volume purposes, or engage in similar activities that constitute resale
(commercial or non-commercial), as determined solely by Hawaiian Telcom.
4.6.2 You may connect multiple computers/devices within a single home or office location to your High Speed Internet Service or High Speed
Internet modem and/or router to access the Service, but only through a single High Speed Internet account and a single IP address obtained
from Hawaiian Telcom.
4.6.3 Where available, High Speed Internet customers may use their Internet accounts to connect through an analog connection, but these
connections will be subject to usage thresholds and additional per hour and monthly charges, depending on the Service to which you
subscribed.
4.6.4 Additional User IDs provided for High Speed Internet customers email boxes are not intended for use as dialup connections. Any usage
associated with additional email box User IDs will be charged the per hour rate associated with usage above the monthly allotment for analog
Dialup Service (where available). The number of mailboxes available to you depends upon the Service to which you have subscribed.
4.7 Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to audit connections electronically to enforce these or any other provisions of the Agreement.
4.8 Hawaiian Telcom also reserves the right in our sole discretion, with or without notice to you, to modify or restrict the bandwidth available
to download content from our Usenet Newsgroup services.
5. ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY. You agree to comply with the terms of the Acceptable Use Policy, which is attached hereto as Appendix B
and which also may be found posted on the Website at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
6. REVISIONS. We may revise the terms and conditions of this Agreement from time to time (including any of the policies which may be
applicable to usage of the Service) by posting such revisions at the Website at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. You agree to visit these
pages periodically to be aware of and review any such revisions. Increases to the monthly price of the Service (excluding other charges as 
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detailed in Paragraphs 15.1(a)-(d)) shall be effective thirty (30) days after posting; revisions to any other terms and conditions shall be
effective upon posting. By continuing to use the Service after revisions are in effect, you accept and agree to the revisions and to abide by
them. If you do not agree to the revision(s), you must terminate your Service immediately.

7. ALIASES. Hawaiian Telcom will issue email aliases (alternate email addresses) based upon availability of the alias selected. If you
surrender your alias by changing it, or if your account is terminated for any reason, Hawaiian Telcom will not reserve that alias for you or
receive or forward emails addressed to that alias. You agree to comply with the terms of the email messaging, anti-spam & Webmail policy,
which is attached hereto as Appendix F and which also may be found posted at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
8. CIVIL SUBPOENA REQUEST POLICY. You agree to comply with the terms of the Civil Subpoena Request Policy, which is attached
hereto as Appendix E and which also may be found posted on the Website at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
9. SECURITY POLICY. You are responsible for development and maintenance of any security procedures you deem appropriate, such as
logon security and encryption of data, User ID, alias, and password on your modem and/or router and firewalls, to protect your information.
We are not responsible in the event that any party changes the information on your account, including without limitation, your alias, User ID,
password, or security information. We are not responsible for backup and restoration of your information. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND
THE USE (AND APPROPRIATE UPDATING) OF COMMERCIAL ANTI-VIRUS, FIREWALL & OTHER INTERNET SECURITY
SOFTWARE. You agree to comply with the terms of the Hawaiian Telcom Security Policy, which is attached hereto as Appendix I and which
also may be found posted on the Website at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. Additionally, Please visit the Hawaiian Telcom Customer
Security Guidelines page as located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ for information on ways to further secure yourself from known
security risks.
10. AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE.
10.1 The Service you select may not be available in all areas, may not be available at the rates, speeds, or bandwidth generally marketed,
and some telephone lines may not qualify for the Service even if initial testing showed that your line was qualified. For DSL Subscribers, we
will provision your qualified line for DSL at the maximum line rate available to your location based on our standard line qualification
procedures, unless you have selected a level of service with a lower maximum line rate. All Services are provided on an AS IS basis and
throughput speeds, line rate access to Usenet newsgroups and availability of your Service are not guaranteed, (see Paragraph 18).
Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to limit Usenet download speeds.
10.2 Hawaiian Telcom or its suppliers may, at any time, without notice or liability, restrict the use of the Service or limit its time of availability in
order to perform maintenance activities and to maintain session control.
10.3 Changes to your local voice telephone service. If you change your local telephone company, or move your local telephone service to a
wireless or Internet telephone service provider, we may in our discretion either terminate your Service or continue to provide High Speed
Internet without local service at the then-current rates, terms and conditions applicable to your new Service arrangement. You agree to pay
any higher monthly fee that may apply to your new Service arrangement. Please see Paragraph 15.1.1 for additional terms relating to price
changes. If we elect to terminate your Service under this Paragraph 10.3, then we reserve the right to charge any early termination fees that
may apply, and you will be required to return any Equipment you received at no charge from Hawaiian Telcom or an Equipment fee will apply.
10.4 You may down-grade and/or move your existing High Speed Internet Service or phone line to another qualified High Speed Internet
Service or phone line for an additional one-time fee. There is no additional charge for up-grading your High Speed Internet Service. Your
Initial Term will not be altered as a result of such change order activity.
11. SOFTWARE LICENSES AND THIRD PARTY SERVICES.
11.1 In connection with our provision of the Service, we may provide to you, via download, Website Access, CD, other media, or other
delivery method, the use of certain software which are owned by Hawaiian Telcom or its third party licensors, providers and suppliers, and
which may be provided free or for a fee, including Website services, client and/or virus protection software ("Software"). We reserve the right
to update, upgrade or change the Software and related settings on your computer and software necessary for such update, upgrade, or
change from time to time, and you agree to cooperate in performing such steps as may be necessary to install any updates or upgrades to
the Software. You may use the Software in object code form only, on the hardware on which it is installed, only as part of or for use with the
Service and for no other purpose.
11.2 The Software or website services may be accompanied by an end user license agreement from Hawaiian Telcom or a third party. Your
use of the Software is governed by the terms of that license agreement and by this Agreement, where applicable. You may not install or use
any Software that is accompanied by or includes an end user license agreement unless you have first agreed to the terms and conditions of
the end user license agreement.
11.3 With regard to any Software which is not accompanied by an end user license agreement, you are hereby granted a revocable, nonexclusive, non-transferable license by Hawaiian Telcom or its third party licensors, providers or suppliers, to use the Software (and any
corrections, updates and upgrades). You may not make any copies of the Software. You agree that the Software is the confidential
information of Hawaiian Telcom or its third party licensors, providers or suppliers, which you shall not disclose to others or use except as
expressly permitted herein. The Software contains copyrighted material, trade secrets, patents, and proprietary information owned by
Hawaiian Telcom or its third party licensors, providers, or suppliers. You may not de-compile, reverse engineer, disassemble, attempt to
discover any source code or underlying ideas or algorithms of the Software, otherwise reduce the Software to a human readable form,
modify, rent, lease, loan, use for timesharing or service bureau purposes, reproduce, sublicense or distribute copies of the Software, or
otherwise transfer the Software to any third party. You may not remove or alter any trademark, trade name, copyright or other proprietary 
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notices, legends, symbols, or labels appearing on or in copies of the Software. You are not granted any title or rights of ownership in the
Software. You acknowledge that this license is not a sale of intellectual property and that Hawaiian Telcom or its third party licensors,
providers or suppliers continue to own all right, title and interest, including but not limited to all copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, and
moral rights, to the Software and related documentation, as well as any corrections, updates and upgrades. . Hawaiian Telcom reserves the
right to update or change the Software from time to time and you agree to cooperate in performing such steps as may be necessary to install
any updates or upgrades to the Software. The Software may be used in the United States only, and any export of the Software is strictly
prohibited.
11.4 We may provide technical assistance and support for the Software in accordance with our policies. Unless otherwise provided in such
policies, Hawaiian Telcom does not provide technical assistance or support for any third party Software. Technical assistance or support with
regard to third party software provided by the Software supplier is solely provided in accordance with such third party's policies or other terms
of service.
11.5. Your license to use the Software shall remain in full force and effect unless and until terminated by Hawaiian Telcom , its third party
licensors, providers or suppliers, or until your Service is terminated. Upon termination of your Service for any reason, you must cease all use
of the Software and immediately delete the Software from your computer.
11.6 Other Third Party Agreements. If you subscribe to or otherwise use any third party services offered by or through Hawaiian Telcom,
your use of any such services is subject to the terms of services of such third party service provider. You agree to comply with such provider's
terms of service and that the third party provider is solely responsible for delivery of its service(s) to you and your use of them. Third party
services include, but are not limited to, portal, music, email, web hosting, domain name hosting, dialup access, newsgroup access, blogware,
gaming, storage and photography services that Hawaiian Telcom may elect to make available from time to time. Violation of such third party
provider's terms of service may, in Hawaiian Telcom’s sole discretion, result in the termination of your Service. . If there is a conflict between
the terms of this Agreement, including all Hawaiian Telcom policies reference herein, and the terms of service of such a third party provider
then the more restrictive or stringent terms will be enforced
11.7 IF AT ANY TIME DURING THE TERM OF THIS AGREEMENT HAWAIIAN TELCOM PROVIDES YOU WITH FREE OR FOR-FEE
SOFTWARE, HOSTED SOFTWARE, WEB HOSTING SERVICES OR EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, CLIENT
AND/OR NETWORK SECURITY SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE THAT YOUR SOLE RIGHT TO RECOURSE, IF ANY, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO DAMAGES FOR FAILURE OF SUCH SOFTWARE TO PERFORM, IS AGAINST THE MANUFACTURER OF SUCH
SOFTWARE OR PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT.
11.8 Hawaii Telcom reserves the right to change third party vendors and will update the Terms of Service agreement as listed at this website
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ with a notation to the customer as to this updated third party vendor terms of service.
12. WEBSITE USE, CONTENT & DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA.
Hawaiian Telcom’s website as well as customer’s personal Website Use, Content and Digital Multimedia Access ("Business Net”) may be
made available to you as an optional feature of the Service. You agree to comply with the terms of the Hawaiian Telcom Website Use,
Content and Digital Rights Policy which is attached hereto as Appendix H which is located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. In the
event of a breach by you of this Agreement or the terms and conditions applicable to support.hawaiiantel.net or Business Net , Hawaiian
Telcom reserves the right to immediately terminate your Website use without notice. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to delete all data,
files, and other information stored on or for your Business Net site upon termination of your Service for any reason. You understand that we
do not provide telephone technical support for Business Net site.
13. EMAIL MESSAGING, ANTI-SPAM & WEBMAIL ACCESS SERVICE.
13.1 Email Service. Use of Hawaiian Telcom’s email service is subject to Hawaiian Telcom’s email and anti-spam policies, including
limitations on the number and/or size of email that may be sent during a given time period, or the number of recipients of a particular email.
You agree to comply with the terms of the Hawaiian Telcom Email, Alias & Anti-Spam Policy, which is attached hereto as Appendix F and
which also may be found posted on the Website at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
14. TERM AND TERMINATION.
14.1 Effective Date and Term.
14.1.1 This Agreement goes into effect upon your acceptance of this Agreement as set forth in Paragraph 1 and shall continue, subject to the
terms of this Paragraph 14, and shall continue for twelve (12) months thereafter (the “Initial Term”). After the Initial Term, it shall continue on
a month-to-month basis until terminated by either party as permitted by this Agreement. We reserve the right to terminate the Service (or any
part thereof) in the event Hawaiian Telcom ceases to offer the Service. Billing for your Service will automatically begin upon registration of
your service. Billing for your High Speed Internet Service will automatically begin on the date provisioning of your High Speed Internet is
complete and ready for use ("Service Ready Date").
14.1.2 After the end of any Term agreement with us, you may be given the option to enter into a new annual contract for a new one-year term
subject to the terms and conditions for the annual plan, if any, in effect at that time. If you do not elect to enter into a new annual plan, your
Service will automatically convert to a month-to-month plan at the then-effective monthly fee. 
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14.1.3 If you have a twelve (12) month Service commitment and change Service plans, the balance of your annual term commitment will
apply to your new Service plan.
14.2 High Speed Internet Service Money Back Guarantee. Hawaiian Telcom provides a thirty (30) day money back guarantee as follows:
14.2.1 For High Speed Internet Service, your thirty (30) day money-back guarantee begins upon your Service Ready Date. During this thirty
(30) day period you may cancel the High Speed Internet Service and receive a full refund of all monthly charges paid as well as any one-time
charges and equipment charges paid to Hawaiian Telcom (provided you return all Equipment in good working condition.) If you cancel your
High Speed Internet Service prior to your Service Ready Date or within the thirty (30) day money-back guarantee period, you will be required
to return to Hawaiian Telcom any Equipment provided to you by Hawaiian Telcom; Hawaiian Telcom will provide you with a pre-paid mailing
label and instructions for the return of your Equipment. In the event you fail to return the Equipment, an additional charge for the unreturned
Equipment will apply. Early termination fees shall not apply to Service terminated within the thirty (30) day money-back guarantee period. The
thirty (30) day money-back guarantee does not apply to customers who change between monthly, annual, bundle or other pricing plans. The
money-back guarantee is limited to one per Subscriber per Service type per Service address.
14.3 Termination of Service.
14.3.1 High Speed Internet or Dialup Subscribers with Month-to-Month Accounts. If you are a month-to-month High Speed Internet
Service or Dial-Up Service customer, either you or Hawaiian Telcom may terminate this Agreement without cause by giving notice to the
other in accordance with the notice provision set forth at Paragraph 20 below. Termination by you will be effective upon your notice to
Hawaiian Telcom. Activation or set-up fees paid at the initiation of your High Speed Internet Service, if any, are not refundable, except during
the thirty (30) day money-back guarantee period. Additionally, if your Service is terminated for any reason prior to the end of the first year of
service and you received Equipment at no charge from Hawaiian Telcom, you will be required to return the Equipment to Hawaiian Telcom;
failure to do so will result in an additional equipment charge. We will provide you with a pre-paid mailing label and instructions for the return of
your Equipment. Termination by Hawaiian Telcom shall be effective thirty (30) days after the date of notice to you, except as otherwise
provided in this Agreement. In the event of termination by Hawaiian Telcom, for any reason, you will be required to pay the remaining balance
of the charges applicable to your Service through the effective date of termination.
14.3.2 High Speed Internet Subscribers with Annual Service Contracts; Termination Fee. The term for High Speed Internet Service
customers with an annual service commitment is for twelve (12) consecutive months beginning on: (a) the date you change your existing High
Speed Internet Service plan to an annual Service contract; or (b) the Service Ready Date, whichever is later, and continuing thereafter on a
month-to-month basis until terminated by either party as permitted by this Agreement. IN THE EVENT THAT YOU TERMINATE YOUR HIGH
SPEED INTERNET SERVICE BEFORE COMPLETING TWELVE (12) MONTHS OF SERVICE UNDER YOUR ANNUAL PLAN, THEN YOU
AGREE TO PAY HAWAIIAN TELCOM UPON DISCONTINUANCE OF THE SERVICE A TERMINATION FEE IN THE AMOUNT AS SET
FORTH IN THE PRICING PLAN YOU HAVE CHOSEN (THE "EARLY TERMINATION FEE"). In addition to any applicable Early Termination
Fees, you will be required to pay the remaining balance of the charges applicable to your Service through the effective date of termination. If
you terminate Service at your location, your existing annual plan cannot be carried over to a new Service location.
14.3.3 Termination and/or Suspension by Hawaiian Telcom. . If, in the sole discretion of Hawaiian Telcom : (a) you are in breach of any of
the terms of this Agreement (including but not limited to) all policies regarding abuse and acceptable use of the service as outlined in
Appendix B); (b) your use of the Service is prohibited by law or is disruptive to, adversely impacts or causes a malfunction to the Service,
Hawaiian Telcom’s network, or the use and enjoyment of other users; or (c) Hawaiian Telcom receives an order from a court to terminate
your service; (d) if Hawaiian Telcom for any reason ceases to offer a Service entirely or in a particular geographic area or specific location; or
(e) if you are no longer a Hawaiian Telcom local telephone subscriber as set for in Paragraph 10.3, then Hawaiian Telcom at its sole election
may terminate or suspend your Service or part of your service immediately without notice. For termination in accordance with this Paragraph
14.3.3, you shall be liable for the applicable fees and/or Equipment charges set forth in Paragraphs 14.3, 14.3.1, or 14.3.2, (depending on
which fees or charges are applicable).
14.4 Terminated Account. Hawaiian Telcom, in its sole discretion, may refuse to accept your application for Service following a termination
or suspension of your use of the Service. If your Service is terminated for any reason, you agree to pay a reconnection fee if the Service is
reactivated.
14.5 Regulatory Compliance. In the event there is a ruling, regulation, or order issued by a judicial, legislative or regulatory body that
causes Hawaiian Telcom to believe that this Agreement may be in conflict with such rules, regulations, and orders, Hawaiian Telcom may
terminate or modify your Service and/or this Agreement immediately without notice.
14.6 Deletion of Data upon Termination. You agree that if your Service is terminated for any reason, Hawaiian Telcom has the right to
immediately delete all data, files, and other information stored in or for your account without further notice to you.
14.7 IP Addresses and Domain Name Registration. Upon expiration, cancellation or termination of the Agreement or an applicable
Quotation, you agree to return to Hawaiian Telcom, as applicable, any IP addresses or address blocks assigned to you by either or both of
us. If we deem it necessary, you may be required to renumber the IP addresses assigned to you by either or both of us. Where applicable, all
fees associated with domain name registration and periodic maintenance of domain names are your responsibility. The registrar or, either of
us, on the registrar's behalf, will bill such fees directly to you. Such fees are not included in the price of the Service. You agree to abide by the
domain name registrar's terms and conditions provided to you prior to obtaining domain name service from us. Domain name registration is
limited to the following extensions: .net, .com, and .org. Hawaiian Telcom does not guarantee that your choice of names is or will continue to
be available for use as a domain name. 
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14.8 Return of Equipment and Software by Subscribers that order Service before May 8, 2006. Upon early termination of this
Agreement (before the 12 month term is satisfied) you agree to return to Hawaii Telcom all Equipment (other than Equipment you have
purchased from Hawaii Telcom) which Hawaii Telcom has provided to you in connection with the Service, and to cease use of all the
provided Software and immediately delete such Software from your computer. In the event such Equipment and Software is not returned to
us within thirty (30) calendar days following such termination or expiration, Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to charge you, and you agree
to pay, the un-depreciated list price of the unreturned Equipment and Software.
14.9 Return of Equipment and Software by Subscribers that order Service on or after May 8, 2006. Upon termination of this Agreement
you agree to return to Hawaii Telcom all Equipment (other than Equipment you have purchased from Hawaii Telcom) which Hawaii Telcom
has provided to you in connection with the Service, and to cease use of all the provided Software and immediately delete such Software from
your computer. In the event such Equipment and Software is not returned to us within thirty (30) calendar days following such termination or
expiration, Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to charge you, and you agree to pay, the un-depreciated list price of the unreturned
Equipment and Software.
15. PRICING AND PAYMENT.
15.1 Prices and Fees.
Hawaiian Telcom fees and charges for the Service(s) you select are supplied to you during the ordering process unless otherwise provided
for in this Agreement. You agree to pay the charges applicable to your selected Service plan. Prices are valid for Initial Term of Service. For
any service offered on a month-to-month basis, Hawaiian Telcom will give you at least thirty (30) calendar days prior notice of a price change.
Thereafter, your continued use of the service constitutes your acceptance of the price change. You are responsible for all charges
associated with the Service and rate plan selected, including but not limited to a) applicable taxes, b) surcharges, c) Federal Universal
Service Fund, tax and other recovery fees, d) telephone charges, e) activation fees, f) installation fees, g) set-up fees, h) equipment charges,
i) termination fees, and j) other nonrecurring charges. The taxes, fees and other charges detailed in this paragraph a)-d) may vary on a
monthly basis; any variations will be reflected in your monthly charge. You also agree to pay any additional charges or fees applied to your
billing account for any reason, including but not limited to, interest, and charges due to insufficient credit or insufficient funds. Set up fees,
activation fees, installation fees, other non-recurring fees, and equipment charges, if applicable, will be included in your first month's bill.
Monthly recurring charges will be billed one month in advance; usage charges will be billed in arrears, if applicable. Hawaiian Telcom or its
agent will bill you directly, or bill your credit card or your local Hawaiian Telcom telephone bill (telephone billing available in selected areas
only), as you request and as approved by Hawaiian Telcom. Hawaiian Telcom does not accept debit cards for payment of any charges or
fees, unless the debit card has a Visa™ or MasterCard™ logo. IF YOU ELECT TO BE BILLED ON YOUR HAWAIIAN TELCOM
TELEPHONE BILL, BY USING THE SERVICES YOU AGREE TO HAVE HAWAIIAN TELCOM HIGH SPEED INTERNET BUSINESS
CHARGES INCLUDED ON YOUR TELEPHONE BILL.
15.1.1 Effect of Changes to Your Service plan. Changes to your Service plan, including those described in Paragraph 10.3, will be effective
immediately and may result in a higher monthly fee which will apply to your new Service arrangement.
15.2 Discontinuation of Service for Nonpayment. Service to you may be denied or discontinued without notice at any time in the event the
placement of Service charges on your telephone bill is refused for any reason, or your credit card provider denies or discontinues providing
credit to you for any reason, or you fail to make payments when due or provide us with a new credit card expiration date before the existing
one expires.
15.3 Late Fees. . If any portion of your bill is not paid by the due date, Hawaiian Telcom may charge you a late fee on unpaid balances and
may also terminate or suspend your Service without notice. If your charges are billed by your Hawaiian Telcom local carrier, the Late Fee will
be equal to the late payment charge that the local exchange carrier applies. If your charges are not billed by your Hawaiian Telcom local
carrier, the late fee will be the lesser of one and one-half percent (1.5 %) per month, or the highest rate permitted by law. In the event
Hawaiian Telcom utilizes a collection agency or resorts to legal action to recover monies due, you agree to reimburse us for all expenses
incurred to recover such monies, including attorneys' fees.
15.4 Local Telephone, Toll and Long Distance Charges. Whether you are accessing the Service from your home or away from your home,
you are responsible for all telephone charges, and Hawaiian Telcom does not guarantee or warrant that any dialup access numbers provided
will be a local call from your location. HAWAIIAN TELCOM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CHARGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, LONG DISTANCE AND METERED LOCAL OR TOLL CHARGES INCURRED WHEN YOU ACCESS THE SERVICE. YOU SHOULD
CHECK WITH THE LOCAL PHONE COMPANY TO DETERMINE WHETHER A DIALUP NUMBER YOU HAVE SELECTED IS A LOCAL
CALL FROM YOUR LOCATION AND WHETHER ANY CHARGES APPLY. ADDITIONAL CHARGES, WHICH MAY BE SUBSTANTIAL,
APPLY TO REMOTE DIAL UP ACCESS, WHICH IS AVAILABLE FROM CERTAIN LOCATIONS ONLY.
15.5 You are limited to taking advantage of no more than one special pricing promotion during any twelve-month period.
15.6 You have the option to change your Service(s) at any time by notifying us, provided that you qualify for and comply with any
requirements of that Service.
15.7 The waiver of any fees or charges lies solely in the discretion of Hawaiian Telcom. 
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15.8 A third party Global Service Provider (GSP) provides a roaming capability in conjunction with Hawaiian Telcom Dialup Internet Access
Service that allows users (subject to any applicable roaming surcharge) to dial the local numbers of GSP-provided POPs to reach the
Hawaiian Telcom Internet Service while outside of the Hawaiian Telcom Internet service areas. If you elect to use such GSP local access,
you may be charged by the GSP and may see a separate charge for such service on your bill. Such GSP local access service is provided by
the GSP on the GSP’s terms and conditions and at the prices or surcharges set forth in the customer agreement as outlined at signup of the
dialup service. Additional terms and conditions related to usage based pricing can be found in Appendix D.
15.9 Payment. Hawaiian Telcom will invoice you monthly. Payment to Hawaiian Telcom is due upon receipt of invoice and shall be made in
U.S. currency. A payment received thirty (30) calendar days or more after the invoice date is considered past due. For past due invoices, you
agree to pay interest of 1.5% for each month or part of a month (or the maximum interest allowed by law, whichever is less). Hawaiian
Telcom may assign unpaid delinquent charges to a collection agency for action. If Hawaiian Telcom uses legal action to recover monies due,
you agree to reimburse Hawaiian Telcom for all expenses incurred to recover such monies (including attorney's fees). You also authorize
Hawaiian Telcom to conduct a credit search which we may use to determine your credit worthiness. Hawaiian Telcom may cancel our order
or terminate this Agreement if, in its sole opinion, the results of such credit search are deemed unacceptable.
16. MANAGEMENT OF YOUR DATA AND COMPUTER.
16.1 System Management and Service Performance. You are solely responsible for obtaining, installing, configuring, and maintaining
suitable equipment and software, including any necessary system or software upgrades, patches or other fixes, which are or may become
necessary to access the Service and to operate your computer. You understand that bandwidth is provided on a per-line basis, and that the
speed and bandwidth available to each computer or device connected to the network will vary depending upon the number, types and
configuration of computers or devices using the Service and the type of use (e.g., streaming media or downloading larger files, etc.), network
or Internet congestion, and/or the condition of your telephone line and the wiring inside your location, among other factors.
16.2 Data Management and Responsibility. You are responsible for management of your information, including but not limited to back-up
and restoration of data (for example, address book and calendaring information), erasing data from disk space you control and changing data
on or settings for your modem and/or router. Hawaiian Telcom is not responsible for the loss of your data or for the back-up or restoration of
your data regardless of whether this data is maintained on our servers or your computer or server.
16.4 Hawaiian Telcom Network. For the purposes of backup and maintenance, we may use, copy, display, store, transmit, translate,
rearrange, reformat, view and distribute your information to multiple Hawaiian Telcom or third party hosting servers. We do not guarantee that
these procedures will prevent the loss of, alteration of, or the improper access to, your information.
16.5 Monitor of Network Performance. Hawaiian Telcom may measure and monitor network performance and the performance of your
Internet connection and our network as part of this process. We also may access and record information about your computer's profile and
settings and the installation of software we provide in order to provide customized technical support and you agree to permit us to access and
record such data for the purposes described in this Agreement. We do not share information collected for the purpose of network or computer
performance monitoring or for providing customized technical support outside of Hawaiian Telcom or its authorized vendors, contractors and
agents. You hereby consent to Hawaiian Telcom’s monitoring of your Internet connection and network performance, and the access to and
adjustment of your computer settings, as they relate to the Service, Software, or other services which we may offer from time to time.
17. LIMITATIONS ON USE OF THE SERVICE.
17.1 You agree that your use of the Service and the Internet, without limitation, is your sole responsibility, is solely at your own risk, and is
subject to all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations as well as the Acceptable Use Policy located at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ and the other policies listed in the Appendices of this agreement. You also agree not to: (i) infringe the
rights of others, or (ii) interfere with the users, services, or equipment and software of either Hawaiian Telcom's network or other networks. By
way of example and not limitation, you agree not to distribute unsolicited advertising, chain letters or other unsolicited bulk electronic mail
(i.e., spam); propagate computer worms, destructive programs or denial of service attacks or viruses; use a false identity; attempt to gain
unauthorized entry to other computers, data or any site or network; distribute child pornography, obscene or defamatory material over the
Internet; or infringe copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property rights. You further agree to comply with U.S.A. export laws
concerning the transmission of technical data and other regulated materials via the Service.
17.2 You agree that the Internet is not owned, operated or managed by, or in any way affiliated with Hawaiian Telcom and Hawaiian Telcom
is not responsible and has no control over the information or materials accessible via the Internet through use of the Service. You further
agree that Hawaiian Telcom does not own or control all of the various facilities and communications lines through which access may be
provided, nor does Hawaiian Telcom guarantee access to or through Websites, servers or other facilities on the Internet, whether or not such
facilities are owned or controlled by Hawaiian Telcom. Hawaiian Telcom cannot and does not guarantee that the Service will provide Internet
access that meets your needs. You further, agree that the reliability, availability and performance of data or services accessed through the
Internet or other services connected or linked to the Service are beyond our control and are not in any way warranted or supported by
Hawaiian Telcom.
17.3 You agree and acknowledge that through your use of the Service, you may have access to information, which may be sexually explicit,
obscene or offensive, or otherwise unsuitable or objectionable, especially for children under the age of 18 years old. You agree to supervise
usage of the Service by any minors who use your account to access the Service. Hawaiian Telcom is not responsible for access by any
users, you, or minors, to objectionable or offensive information or data. If you discover an acceptable use violation, as outlined in our
Acceptable Use policy located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ you may send an email to AcceptableUse@hawaiiantel.net. HAWAIIAN 
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TELCOM STRONGLY RECOMMENDS THE USE OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE CONTENT FILTERING SOFTWARE. We outline
popular solutions to security risks of Internet usage on our Website support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
17.4 You agree that Hawaiian Telcom cannot and does not guarantee or warrant that data available for downloading through the Service will
be free of defects, infection or viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other code that manifest contaminating, malicious or destructive properties.
You are responsible for implementing adequate procedures to satisfy your particular requirements for accuracy of data input and output and
for maintaining a means external to the Service for the reconstruction of any lost data.
17.5 You agree that the Internet is not a secure network and that third parties may be able to intercept, access, use, or corrupt the information
you transmit or receive over the Internet. Hawaiian Telcom is not responsible for invalid destinations, transmission errors, or corruption or
security of your data.
17.6 You are not authorized to use any Hawaiian Telcom name or mark as a hypertext link to any Hawaiian Telcom Website or in any
advertising, publicity or in any other commercial manner without the prior written consent of Hawaiian Telcom. You understand that your
ability to link to a Website through the Service does not, in any way, represent or imply Hawaiian Telcom’s approval of, or its determination of
the quality of that product or service, and that links are provided for your convenience only. The links provided through the Service are
maintained by their respective organizations, which are solely responsible for their content.
17.7 You agree to provide us with the access and support required to allow us to implement, maintain and provide the Services.
17.8 You agree that Hawaiian Telcom may from time to time send you information relating to the Service (including but not limited to
password information), via electronic mail over the Internet to your primary email address. You consent to our distribution of such information
to you electronically.
18. WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
18.1 YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT THE SERVICE SUPPLIED HEREUNDER IS PROVIDED ON AN "AS IS" OR "AS
AVAILABLE" BASIS, WITH ALL FAULTS. EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT AND AS
OTHERWISE SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN ANY MANUFACTURER WARRANTY FOR ANY EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY HAWAIIAN
TELCOM (BUT ONLY IF SUCH WARRANTY IS INCLUDED WITH SUCH EQUIPMENT), HAWAIIAN TELCOM (AND ITS OFFICERS,
EMPLOYEES, PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, AND AFFILIATES), ITS THIRD PARTY LICENSORS, PROVIDERS AND SUPPLIERS,
INCLUDING GLOBAL SERVICE PROVIDERS ("GSPS"), DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES FOR THE SERVICE, WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ACCURACY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, NON-INTERFERENCE, TITLE, COMPATIBILITY OF COMPUTER
SYSTEMS, INTEGRATION, AND THOSE ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF TRADE, OR ARISING UNDER
STATUTE. NO ADVICE OR INFORMATION GIVEN BY HAWAIIAN TELCOM OR ITS REPRESENTATIVES SHALL CREATE A
WARRANTY. USE OF HAWAIIAN TELCOM TECHNICAL SUPPORT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND IS NOT WARRANTED.
18.2 HAWAIIAN TELCOM DOES NOT WARRANT OR GUARANTEE THAT SERVICE CAN BE PROVISIONED TO YOUR LOCATION, OR
THAT PROVISIONING WILL OCCUR ACCORDING TO A SPECIFIED SCHEDULE, EVEN IF HAWAIIAN TELCOM HAS ACCEPTED YOUR
ORDER FOR HIGH SPEED INTERNET SERVICE. THE PROVISIONING AND PERFORMANCE (SPEED) OF YOUR HIGH SPEED
INTERNET SERVICE IS SUBJECT TO NETWORK AVAILABILITY, CIRCUIT AVAILABILITY AND OTHER FACTORS, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOOP LENGTH, THE CONDITION OF YOUR TELEPHONE LINE AND WIRING INSIDE YOUR LOCATION, AND
COMPUTER/DEVICE CONFIGURATION AND CAPABILITIES AND NETWORK/INTERNET CONGESTION, AMONG OTHER FACTORS.
IN THE EVENT YOUR LINE IS NOT PROVISIONED FOR ANY REASON, NEITHER YOU NOR HAWAIIAN TELCOM SHALL HAVE ANY
DUTIES OR OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT (OTHER THAN YOUR OBLIGATION TO RETURN ANY HAWAIIAN TELCOMPROVIDED EQUIPMENT, PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 14 ABOVE).
18.3 HAWAIIAN TELCOM DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SERVICE OR EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY HAWAIIAN TELCOM WILL
PERFORM AT A PARTICULAR SPEED, BANDWIDTH OR DATA THROUGHPUT RATE, OR WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, ERROR-FREE,
SECURE, OR FREE OF VIRUSES, WORMS, OR THE LIKE. HAWAIIAN TELCOM SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF YOUR DATA,
OR IF CHANGES IN OPERATION, PROCEDURES, OR SERVICES REQUIRE MODIFICATION OR ALTERATION OF YOUR EQUIPMENT,
RENDER THE SAME OBSOLETE OR OTHERWISE AFFECT ITS PERFORMANCE. HAWAIIAN TELCOM MAKES NO WARRANTY
REGARDING ANY TRANSACTIONS EXECUTED USING THE SERVICE OR THE INTERNET. HAWAIIAN TELCOM MAKES NO
WARRANTY REGARDING THE CONTENT AND INFORMATION ACCESSED BY USING THE SERVICE OR ANY LINKS DISPLAYED.
YOU EXPRESSLY ASSUME ALL RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OF THE SERVICE AND THE INTERNET GENERALLY. DO NOT
USE THE SERVICE IN ANY HIGH RISK ACTIVITIES WHERE DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PERSON, PROPERTY, ENVIRONMENT, OR
BUSINESS MAY RESULT IF AN ERROR OCCURS.
18.4 IN NO EVENT SHALL HAWAIIAN TELCOM (OR ITS OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, OR AFFILIATES), ITS
THIRD PARTY LICENSORS, PROVIDERS OR SUPPLIERS, INCLUDING GSPs, BE LIABLE FOR: (A) ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR LOSS OF REVENUE OR
DAMAGE TO DATA ARISING OUT OF THE USE, PARTIAL USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICE, REGARDLESS OF THE TYPE
OF CLAIM OR THE NATURE OF THE CAUSE OF ACTION, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THOSE ARISING UNDER CONTRACT,
TORT, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY, EVEN IF HAWAIIAN TELCOM HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
CLAIM OR DAMAGES, OR (B) ANY CLAIMS AGAINST YOU BY ANY OTHER PARTY.
18.5 ALL LIMITATIONS AND DISCLAIMERS STATED IN THIS PARAGRAPH 18 ALSO APPLY TO HAWAIIAN TELCOM'S THIRD PARTY
LICENSORS, PROVIDERS AND SUPPLIERS, INCLUDING GSPS, AS THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES OF THIS AGREEMENT. 
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18.6 ANY RIGHTS OR LIMITS STATED HEREIN ARE THE MAXIMUM FOR WHICH HAWAIIAN TELCOM (AND ITS OFFICERS,
EMPLOYEES, PARENT, SUBSIDIARIES, AND AFFILIATES), HAWAIIAN TELCOM’S THIRD PARTY LICENSORS, PROVIDERS AND
SUPPLIERS, INCLUDING GSPS, ARE COLLECTIVELY RESPONSIBLE.
18.7 THE REMEDIES EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. YOU MAY
HAVE ADDITIONAL RIGHTS UNDER CERTAIN LAWS (SUCH AS CONSUMER LAWS), WHICH DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CERTAIN DAMAGES. IF THESE LAWS APPLY, OUR EXCLUSIONS
OR LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
18.8 HAWAIIAN TELCOM RESERVES THE RIGHT TO PURSUE ANY AND ALL LEGAL AND EQUITABLE CLAIMS AGAINST YOU
PERTAINING TO YOUR USE OR MISUSE OF THE SERVICE OR FOR YOUR BREACH OF THE AGREEMENT (INCLUDING ANY
POLICIES RELATING TO THE SERVICE.)
19. INDEMNIFICATION. You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless, individually and collectively, Hawaiian Telcom (and their officers,
directors, employees, parents, third party suppliers, subsidiaries, and affiliates) for all liabilities, costs and expenses, including reasonable
attorney's fees, related to or arising from: (a) any violation of applicable laws, regulations or this Agreement by you (or any parties who use
your account, with or without your permission, to access the Service); (b) the use of the Service, Internet, Website use or the placement or
transmission of any message, information, software or other materials on the Internet by you (or any parties who use your account, with or
without your permission, to access the Service); (c) negligent acts, errors, or omissions by you (or any parties who use your account, with or
without your permission, to access the Service); (d) injuries to or death of any person and for damages to or loss of any property, which may
in any way arise out of or result from or in connection with this Agreement, except to the extent that such liabilities arise from the active
negligence or willful misconduct of the other party; or (e) claims for infringement of any copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property
rights arising from the use of the Service, software, or the Internet.
20. NOTICES.
20.1 Notices required under this Agreement by you shall be provided to the Customer Service Department in accordance with the methods
set forth under the support.hawaiiantel.net/ Website in the Contact Section. Notices by Hawaiian Telcom to you shall be deemed given: (a)
when sent to your Hawaiian Telcom email address, or (b) when deposited in the United States mail addressed to you at last-known address
or (c) when hand delivered to your home, as applicable. Notice of changes to this Agreement and these Terms of Service will be deemed
given upon posting to the pages on the Website located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ as set forth in Paragraph 6, Revisions, above.
20.2 With regard to electronic communications, you and Hawaiian Telcom further agree that: (a) the User ID and/or alias of a sender,
contained in an electronic communication ("email"), is legally sufficient to verify the sender's identity and the authenticity of the
communication; (b) an email sent containing your User ID and/or alias establishes you as its originator and has the same effect as a
document with your written signature on it; and (c) an email or any computer printout of it, is a valid proof of the validity of the original content
of the electronic communication.
21. GENERAL PROVISIONS
21.1 All obligations of the parties under this Agreement, which, by their nature, would continue beyond the termination, cancellation, or
expiration of this Agreement, including by way of illustration and not limitation, those clauses relating to Software Licenses, Warranties and
Limitation of Liability, and Indemnification, shall survive such termination, cancellation or expiration.
21.2 Hawaiian Telcom will not be liable for delays, damages or failures in performance due to causes beyond its reasonable control,
including, but not limited to, acts of a governmental body, acts of God, acts of third parties, fires, floods, strikes or other labor-related
disputes, of other things we do not control, or an inability to obtain necessary equipment or services.
21.3 You agree not to assign or otherwise transfer, this Agreement in whole or in part, including the Software or your rights or obligations
under it. Any attempt to do so shall be void. We may assign all or any part of this Agreement without notice and you agree to make all
subsequent payments as directed.
21.4 Resolution of Disputes.
21.4.1 The parties desire to resolve disputes arising out of this Agreement without litigation. Accordingly, except for action seeking a
temporary restraining order or injunction related to the purposes of this Agreement, or suit to compel compliance with this dispute resolution
process, the parties agree to use the following alternative dispute resolution procedure as their sole remedy with respect to any controversy
or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement or its breach.
21.4.2 At the written request of a party, each party will appoint a knowledgeable, responsible representative to meet and negotiate in good
faith to resolve any dispute arising under this Agreement. The parties intend that these negotiations be conducted by non-lawyer, business
representatives. The location, format, frequency, duration, and conclusion of these discussions shall be left to the discretion of the
representatives. Upon agreement, the representatives may mutually agree to utilize other alternative dispute resolution procedures such as
mediation to assist in the negotiations. Discussions and correspondence among the representatives for purposes of these negotiations shall
be treated as confidential information developed for purposes of settlement, exempt from discovery and production, which shall not be
admissible in the arbitration described below or in any lawsuit without the concurrence of all parties. Documents identified in or provided with 
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such communications that are not prepared for purposes of the negotiations are not so exempted and may, if otherwise admissible, be
admitted in evidence in the arbitration or lawsuit.
21.4.3 If the negotiations do not resolve the dispute within sixty (60) calendar days of the initial written request, the dispute shall be submitted
to binding arbitration by a single arbitrator pursuant to the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association. A party may
demand such arbitration in accordance with the procedures set out in those rules. Discovery shall be controlled by the arbitrator and shall be
permitted to the extent set out in this section. Each party may submit in writing to a party, and that party shall so respond, to a maximum of
any combination of twenty-five (25) (none of which may have subparts) of the following: interrogatories, demands to produce documents and
requests for admission. Each party is also entitled to take the oral deposition of one (1) individual representing another party. Additional
discovery may be permitted upon mutual agreement of the parties. The arbitration hearing shall be commenced within sixty (60) calendar
days of the demand for arbitration. The arbitration shall be held in Honolulu Hawaii. The arbitrator shall control the scheduling so as to
process the matter expeditiously. The parties may submit written briefs. The arbitrator shall rule on the dispute by issuing a written opinion
within thirty (30) calendar days after the close of hearings. The times specified in this section may be changed upon mutual agreement of the
parties or by the arbitrator upon a showing of good cause. Judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court
having jurisdiction.
21.4.4 Each party shall bear its own costs of these procedures. A party seeking discovery shall reimburse the responding party the costs of
production of documents (to include reasonable search time and reproduction costs). The parties shall equally split the fees of the arbitration
and the arbitrator.
21.5 You and Hawaiian Telcom agree that the substantive laws of the State of Hawaii, without reference to its principles of conflicts
of laws, will be applied to govern, construe and enforce all of the rights and duties of the parties arising from or relating in any way
to the subject matter of this Agreement. Any cause of action or claim you may have with respect to the Service must be
commenced within one (1) year after the claim or cause of action arises or such claim or cause of action is barred.
21.6 Use, duplication or disclosure by any Government entity is subject to restrictions set forth, as applicable, in subparagraphs (a) through
(d) of the Commercial Computer-Restricted Rights clause at FAR 52.227-19 , FAR 12.212, DFARS 227.7202, or in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of
the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause of DFARS 252.227-7013, and in similar clauses in the NASA FAR Supplement.
Contractor/manufacturer is Hawaiian Telcom or its licensors and suppliers. The use of Software and documentation is further restricted in
accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
21.7 In the event of a conflict between this Agreement and any applicable tariff, the tariff shall prevail. We reserve the right to modify the
Service to reflect any change in any applicable tariff or underlying network service or component affecting the Service.
21.8 Hawaiian Telcom’s failure at any time to insist upon strict compliance with any of the provisions of this Agreement in any instance shall
not be construed to be a waiver of such terms in the future. If any provision of this Agreement is determined to be invalid, illegal or
unenforceable, the validity, legality, and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby, and
the unenforceable portion shall be construed as nearly as possible to reflect the original intentions of the parties.
21.9 This Agreement, including all Appendices and all other policies posted on the Website, which are fully incorporated into this Agreement
either by attachment or by reference, constitutes the entire agreement between you and Hawaiian Telcom with respect to the subject matter
hereto and supersedes any and all prior or contemporaneous agreements whether written or oral. Any changes by you to this Agreement, or
any additional or different terms in your purchase orders, acknowledgements or other documents, written or electronic, are void.
22. Publicity. You shall not use any trademark, trade name, trade dress or any name, picture or logo (the "Marks") which is commonly
identified with Hawaiian Telcom or either of our affiliates, or from which any association with Hawaiian Telcom, or either of our affiliates may
be inferred or implied, in any manner without the prior written permission of owner of such marks.
The following additional terms apply to Business Email Service ("Email Service") (and bundles containing such services as a
component):
23. Services. Email Service provides you with business email services. Further details of the Email Service are set forth in the Service
Description for the version of the Email Service you have selected, which is incorporated herein by reference. Email Service does not include
Internet access or other interLATA services.
24. Email Policies and Limited Remedy. A description of the current Email Service Policies is available on Hawaiian Telcom's Web site at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ and is incorporated herein by reference. Hawaii Telcom reserves the right to change, amend, or revise
these Email policies at any time, with or without prior notice.
25. Renewal. You may renew the Email Service by contacting us at the customer care number located in the contact us section of the
support.hawaiiantel.net website before the expiration of the Initial Term to renew the Email Service for an additional term of one year or
more. If the Initial Term expires before it has been renewed in writing, then Hawaiian Telcom may elect to continue to provide you with the
Email Service on a month-to-month basis, at Hawaiian Telcom's then-current undiscounted list price, until the Initial Term has been renewed
in writing or terminated.
26. Service Cancellation. You may cancel the Email Service at any time by providing thirty (30) calendar days prior written notice. In the
event you wish to cancel your Email Service, you may do so by calling us at the customer care number found on the contact section of the
support.hawaiiantel.net website. If you cancel during the Initial Term, you agree to pay Hawaiian Telcom: (a) all Service fees accrued as of 
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the cancellation date and (b) a termination charge equal to fifty percent (50%) of the applicable monthly rate times the number of months
remaining in the Initial Term. You are responsible in all cases for the full amount of telephone company circuit cancellation charges incurred
by you as a result of your cancellation. 
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APPENDIX A
Affiliated Providers Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-550
The Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. affiliated providers include:
• Hawaiian Telcom, Inc.
The Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. may in the future designate other affiliated providers. 
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APPENDIX B
Acceptable Use Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-520
You agree to comply with the terms of the Acceptable Use Policy, which may be found posted on the Hawaiian Telcom Website at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. If you have any questions or concerns about our Acceptable Use policies, please send us an
email at AcceptableUse@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via US mail to the following address:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
1. This is Hawaiian Telcom’s policy on the acceptable use of the Service. It is designed to help protect the Service, Hawaiian Telcom’s
customers and the Internet community, from irresponsible or illegal activities.
2. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to deny Service to you, or immediately to terminate your Service for material breach, if your use of the
Service or your use of an alias or the aliases of additional users on your account, whether explicitly or implicitly, and in the sole discretion of
Hawaiian Telcom : (a) is obscene, indecent, pornographic, sadistic, cruel or racist in nature, or of a sexually explicit or graphic nature; (b)
espouses, promotes or incites bigotry, hatred or racism; (c) might be legally actionable for any reason, (d) is objectionable for any reason, or
(e) in any manner violates the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy.
3. You may NOT use the Service as follows: (a) for any unlawful, improper or illegal purpose or activity; (b) to post or transmit information or
communications that, whether explicitly stated, implied, or suggested through use of symbols, are obscene, indecent, pornographic, sadistic,
cruel, or racist in content, or of a sexually explicit or graphic nature; or which espouses, promotes or incites bigotry, hatred or racism; or which
might be legally actionable for any reason; (c) to access or attempt to access the accounts of others, to spoof or attempt to spoof the URL or
DNS or IP addresses of Hawaiian Telcom or any other entity, or to attempt to penetrate or penetrate security measures of Hawaiian Telcom
or other entities' systems ("hacking") whether or not the intrusion results in corruption or loss of data; (d) to bombard individuals or
newsgroups with uninvited communications, data or information, or other similar activities, including but not limited to "spamming", "flaming"
or denial or distributed denial of service attacks; (e) to transmit unsolicited voluminous emails (for example, spamming) or to intercept,
interfere with or redirect email intended for third parties using the Service; (f) to introduce viruses, worms, harmful code and/or Trojan horses
on the Internet; (g) to post information on newsgroups which is not in the topic area or charter (e.g. off-topic posting) of the newsgroup; (h) to
interfere with another person's usage or enjoyment of the Internet or this Service; (i) to post or transmit information or communications that
are defamatory, fraudulent, obscene or deceptive, including but not limited to scams such as "make-money-fast" schemes or "pyramid/chain"
letters; (j) to damage the name or reputation of Hawaiian Telcom , its parent, affiliates and subsidiaries, or any third parties; (k) to transmit
confidential or proprietary information, except solely at your own risk; (l) to violate Hawaiian Telcom’s or any third party's copyright,
trademark, proprietary or other intellectual property rights, including trade secret rights; (m) to use more than one IP address obtained from
Hawaiian Telcom ; (n) to generate excessive amounts (as determined by Hawaiian Telcom in its sole discretion) of Internet traffic, or to
disrupt net user groups or email use by others; (o) to engage in activities designed to or having the effect of degrading or denying Service to
Hawaiian Telcom users or others (including activities that compromise a server, router, circuit, software or other Internet component; (p) to
use any name or mark of Hawaiian Telcom , its parent, affiliates or subsidiaries, as a hypertext link to any Website or in any advertising
publicity or other commercial manner; (q) to use the Service to operate a server in a manner that interferes with the network or other users'
use of the Service; (r) to use the Service or the Internet in a manner intended to threaten, harass, or intimidate; (s) to cause the screen to
"scroll" faster than other subscribers or users are able to type to it, or any action that has a similar disruptive effect, on or through the Service;
(t) to use the Service to disrupt the normal flow of online dialogue, (u) to use the Service to violate any operating rule, policy or guideline of
any other online services provider or interactive service; (v) to attempt to subvert or to aid third parties to subvert, the security of any
computer facility or system connected to the Internet; (w) to impersonate any Hawaiian Telcom employee or official or other person or use a
false name while using the Service or implying an association with Hawaiian Telcom ; (x) to install "auto-responders," "cancel-bots" or similar
automated or manual routines which generate excessive amounts of net traffic, or disrupt net user groups or email use by others; (y) to make
false or unverified complaints against any Hawaiian Telcom subscriber, or otherwise abusing any of Hawaiian Telcom’s complaint response
procedures; (z) to use software or any other device that would allow your account to stay logged on while you are not actively using the
Service, unless you are a High Speed Internet customer; (aa) to export software or any information in violation of US export laws; (bb) to use
the Service in contravention of the limitations of the pricing plan you have chosen; (cc) for High Speed Internet customers who use static IP
address, to use an IP address other than the one assigned by Hawaiian Telcom ; (dd) for customer who have been assigned a dynamic IP
address to use such IP address to circumvent the changing of IP addresses assigned by the Service or (ee) to open connections to more
than one Hawaiian Telcom Usenet news service at a time.
Usenet Policy and Posting Restrictions: Usenet comprises a system of bulletin boards called newsgroups. Usenet access is provided to
Internet access customers of Hawaiian Telcom through the Hawaiian Telcom network. Hawaiian Telcom Usenet may not be accessed via
any other network. You may open no more than five simultaneous connections to newsgroups at any one time. You may not rapidly open and
close or create connections for users other than yourself (our Subscriber). Hawaiian Telcom will carry newsgroups at their sole discretion. We
also reserve the right in our sole discretion, with or without notice to you, to modify or restrict the bandwidth available to download content
from our Usenet Newsgroup services. Requests to add a newsgroup, from any source, will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and added 
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at Hawaiian Telcom’s sole discretion. You must familiarize yourself with the subjects and established guidelines and restrictions of any
newsgroup in which you participate and we reserve the right, in our sole discretion to terminate your Service in the event you violate
newsgroup guidelines or restrictions.
4. Copyright Infringement/Repeat Infringer Policy. Hawaiian Telcom respects the intellectual property rights of third parties, including those
granted under the US copyright laws, and the interests of its subscribers and content providers on the Internet. You may not store material of
any type or in any format on, or disseminate such material over, Hawaiian Telcom’s systems or servers in any manner that constitutes an
infringement of third party intellectual property rights, including rights granted under the US copyright laws. In accordance with the Digital
Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and other applicable law, it is the policy of Hawaiian Telcom to terminate, in appropriate circumstances, the
Service provided to any subscriber or account holder who is deemed to infringe third party intellectual property rights, including repeat
infringers. Appropriate circumstances may exist where (i) a Subscriber or account holder has been found by a court of competent jurisdiction
to have infringed the copyrights of a third party on two or more occasions, i.e., a repeat infringer, (ii) Subscriber or account holder has entered
into an agreement acknowledging wrongdoing to settle a claim of copyright infringement and subsequently uses Hawaiian Telcom’s service to
violate the terms of that agreement by engaging in copyright infringement or to otherwise engage in conduct that is found by a court of
competent jurisdiction to constitute copyright infringement, (iii) where a valid, effective and uncontested notice has been provided to Hawaiian
Telcom alleging facts which are a violation by the Subscriber or account holder of Hawaiian Telcom’s Copyright Policy prohibiting infringing
activity involving Hawaiian Telcom systems or servers, or (iv) in other cases of repeated flagrant abuse of access to the Internet (e.g., willful
commercial piracy or malicious attempts to destroy the value of copyrighted works). In addition, Hawaiian Telcom expressly reserves the right
to terminate or suspend the Service of any Subscriber or account holder if Hawaiian Telcom, in its sole judgment, believes that circumstances
relating to the infringement of third party intellectual property rights warrant such action. These policies are in addition to and do not affect or
modify any other rights Hawaiian Telcom may have under law or contract. If you believe that copyrighted material has been used in violation
of this policy or otherwise been made available on the Service in a manner that is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent or the law,
please follow the instructions for contacting Hawaiian Telcom’s designated Copyright Agent by sending an email to
Copyright@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via US Mail to the following address:

ATTN: Director of Security
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
5. You shall comply with all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations, including those related to data privacy,
international communications, encryption and exportation or technical or personal data. You represent that you are not a specifically
designated individual or entity under any US embargo or otherwise the subject, either directly or indirectly (by affiliation, or any other
connection with another party) to any order issued by any agency of the US Government limiting, barring, revoking or denying, in whole or in
part your US export privileges. You agree to notify Hawaiian Telcom if you become subject to any such order.
6. You shall not delete any proprietary designations, legal notices or other identifiers belonging to third parties from any information obtained
or sent using the Service and shall not impersonate any person or use a false name while using the Service. You agree to obtain all required
permissions if you use the Service to receive, upload, download, display, distribute, or execute Software or perform other works protected by
intellectual property laws including copyright, trademark, trade secret and patent laws. You agree to cooperate with Hawaiian Telcom and
provide requested information in connection with all security and use matters. You agree to notify Hawaiian Telcom promptly if you suspect
unauthorized use of the Service or of your User ID. You remain liable for unauthorized use until your notification to Hawaiian Telcom at
AcceptableUse@hawaiiantel.net. You agree that your name, User ID, and other identifying information may be placed in our user directory.
7. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to cooperate with legal authorities and/or injured third parties in the investigation of any suspected
crime or civil wrong. Such cooperation may include, but not be limited to, provision of account or user information or email as well as
monitoring of the Hawaiian Telcom network.
8. Hawaiian Telcom may, but is not required to monitor your compliance, or the compliance of other subscribers, with the terms, conditions or
policies of this Agreement. 
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APPENDIX C
Privacy Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-530
You agree to comply with the terms of the Privacy Policy, which also may be found posted on the Website at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. If you have any questions or concerns about our privacy policies, please send us an email at
Privacy@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via US mail at the following address:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841

Hawaiian Telcom respects your right to privacy. We adhere to a set of privacy principles which form the basis of our privacy policy. When you
visit this site you may provide information on two different levels about your visit:
• Anonymous statistics collected as you browse the site, and
• Personal information you knowingly give us.
We want you to be aware of what information we collect, and how we handle this information. The following areas are discussed in this
privacy policy:
What Information Does The Hawaiian Telcom Website Gather?
How Does Hawaiian Telcom Combat Phishing and Email Spoofing?
Network Performance and Your Internet Connection
What Happens To Information When I Fill Out Registration Forms?
Who Has Access To This Information?
Does This Site Send Email To Site Visitors?
What Are Cookies And Why Do You Use Them?
Do You Accommodate Links To Other Sites?
What Is Hawaiian Telcom’s Position Regarding Online Advertising And Third Party Ad Servers?
Non Personally Identifiable Information
Protection Of Children's Personal Information
Personally Identifiable Information
Does Hawaiian Telcom Use The Information Provided Online To Profile Its Customers?
Changes To This Policy
What information does the Hawaiian Telcom Website gather?
Please be assured that we do not collect personal information from you unless you provide it to us. This means that you can visit our
Websites without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself (such as your e-mail address, software you are using, or
any information about yourself).
As you browse the site, our web servers collect information about your visit, not about you personally. Via web server logs, we monitor
statistics such as:
• How many people visit our site
• Which pages people visit on our site
• From which domains our visitors come (e.g., aol.com)
• Which browsers people use to visit our site
None of this information is associated with you as an individual. We use these statistics to improve our Website, to monitor its performance,
and to make the Website easier for you and other visitors to use.
What about pages that ask for personal information?
When visitors supply information about themselves for a specific purpose, we use the information for that purpose (such as to provide the
service or information the visitor has requested). 
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For example, you may be asked to give us individual information to purchase a product or service, receive information, manage online
account registration, or apply for a job. The information may range from your zip code, to your phone number, account number, a credit card
number, age, gender, mother's maiden name, social security number, e-mail address, organization URL, resume, or mailing address.
When visitors use our Website to order services, we may use this individually identifiable information as we would use the same information
obtained in a traditional non-electronic manner. For example, to publish your name, address, and phone number in our directories (unless
you have requested a non-published number), or to evaluate your service needs and contact you regarding additional services you may find
useful.
Should any changes be made in the way we use personally identifiable information, Hawaiian Telcom may notify you of this change by
posting a notice on its privacy policy Website located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
How does Hawaiian Telcom combat phishing & email spoofing?
Hawaiian Telcom does not ask you to disclose sensitive personal information such as credit card information or baking information in an
email. If we provide online access to your account, you will be asked to enter your login name and password for authentication purposes.
When receiving emails with links requesting such sensitive information, it is possible they are suspicious forms of Phishing or Email Spoofing.
Phishing emails are attempts to steal consumers' personal identity data and financial account credentials. 'Spoofed' e-mails are those which
mimic an email from a real branded corporate address such as security@ebay.com to lead consumers to counterfeit Websites designed to
trick recipients into divulging financial data such as credit card numbers, account usernames, passwords and social security numbers. When
replying to such emails, the reply often goes somewhere other than the email’s address as sent. This is done by hijacking brand names of
banks, e-retailers and credit card companies, phishers often convince recipients to respond. It is best to simply not respond to such emails,
and contact your bank/financial institution directly to see if there messages or other important information by following normal logon protocols.
Our normal practice is to send you an email confirming significant changes made to your account online, such as, updates to the email
address registered with us, payments on an account, or new services added.
You can protect yourself by regularly logging into your online account to ensure that all transactions are legitimate. Other tips on how you can
protect yourself can be found at http://www.antiphishing.org/consumer_recs.html.
Network performance and your Internet connection
Hawaiian Telcom automatically measures and monitors network performance and the performance of your Internet connection in order to
improve the level of your service. Hawaiian Telcom also will access information about your computer's settings in order to provide customized
technical support. You can be assured that no adjustments to your computer settings will be made without your permission, which you give at
the time that the adjustments are being made, and which you can revoke at any time. Hawaiian Telcom does not share information collected
for the purpose of network or computer performance monitoring or for providing customized technical support outside of Hawaiian Telcom or
its authorized vendors, contractors and agents.
What happens to information when I fill out registration forms?
We encourage all visitors to register with us, although registration is only required for certain transaction-related areas of the
www.hawaiiantel.net or other Hawaiian Telcom or co-branded sites. The registration forms request accurate contact information (like name
and e-mail address) and preferences that help us better serve you. Your name and e-mail address are used to send you information about
our company, product updates, special offers, and newsletters. You may change your email, user ID or password online; or you can choose
to remove your name from our user list by going to contact us and emailing us a request to remove your name from the online billing
application.
For our local phone service customers, you may also be given the option of registering a profile with us (limited to specific areas). This would
store your name, purchase history, and billing information to make it easier for you to shop and purchase products/services from us in the
future. You may opt out of this feature at any time by either selecting “contact us” at www.hawaiiantel.net and emailing us your request or in
some applications you can cancel/change your profile within the application itself.
We strive to ensure that the information we obtain and use about customers is accurate. Please contact us to review or modify any personal
information we have previously collected from you online or if you find an error in your bill. Customers have access to their account
information via our monthly bills. To improve the services we can offer you, we may decide to expand the site's capabilities for obtaining
information about users in the future. We will update this privacy statement continually to ensure that you are aware of developments in this
area.
Who has access to this Information?
Hawaiian Telcom does not sell or disclose individually-identifiable information obtained online, or information about you or your account or
service, to anyone outside of Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. or its authorized vendors, contractors, affiliates and agents unless 
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you specifically authorize it, disclosure is required by law, or deemed necessary by Hawaiian Telcom in its sole discretion to protect the
safety, rights or property of Hawaiian Telcom or any other person or entity. If you provide individually identifiable information to us in the
context of an event Hawaiian Telcom sponsors with another company, such as a contest, or if you register on a co-sponsored site or feature,
you may also be providing the individually identifiable information to the co-sponsor. For example, on Hawaiian Telcom co-branded sites, our
partner will generally co-own the customer information received through the site. How the partner uses this information will be explained in
the privacy statement at the co-branded site, which will govern the use of data gathered through the co-branded site.
Hawaiian Telcom may share non-personally identifiable information with non-Hawaiian Telcom companies in order to assess the results of a
promotion or event. This information is used in aggregate only, and does not contain any information that would personally identify you.
Does this site send e-mail to site visitors?
At times, online surveys are conducted in which you can choose to participate. In addition, we may use e-mail to communicate with our
customers, to respond to visitors' e-mail, to confirm orders placed online, and to send information that a visitor has requested. Occasionally,
we may use opt-in e-mail lists from third parties to promote our latest specials. If you receive an unwanted e-mail from us, you can use the
Reply feature on your browser and simply ask us to remove you from our list.
What are cookies and why do you use them?
A cookie is a small, encrypted data string our server writes to your hard drive that contains your unique User ID for our Website. We may use
cookies to deliver web content specific to your interests, to keep track of your order as you order services, and to control access to our
premium content. A cookie cannot be used to access or otherwise compromise the data on your hard drive. You can choose to change your
browser settings to disable cookies if you do not want us to establish and maintain a unique Hawaiian Telcom User ID. Please be aware that
cookies may be required to complete certain functions on the Hawaiian Telcom Website, such as ordering in our online store.
Do you accommodate links to other sites?
The Hawaiian Telcom Website contains links to other Websites. We are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies employed by
other sites. We are committed to safeguarding customer privacy on all our Websites. We require our employees to protect the privacy of
information about our customers and expect our partners and suppliers to do so as well. You can feel confident that your individually
identifiable information will be protected when you access your account or order services from us over the Internet.
What is Hawaiian Telcom’s position regarding online advertising and third party ad servers?
As part of the online advertising process, we use information supplied from third party companies in several ways however, this is aggregated
data and does not personally identify any individual online user.
This data is used to:
• gain a better understanding of the type of individuals viewing or visiting different Websites,
• evaluate and prioritize site selection when developing online media plans,
• geographically target advertising,
• deliver product and pricing advertising/information applicable to the customers' state, and gauge the effectiveness of our online
advertising.
Personally identifiable information such as name, address, phone number or email address is not collected.
In addition, some Hawaiian Telcom Websites may accept advertisements from third party advertisers. These advertisers are carefully
selected to provide information about products and services that we think may benefit Hawaiian Telcom customers. These third party
advertisers may collect non-personally identifiable information about users of this Website for the same reasons listed above, but personally
identifiable information is not collected. Hawaiian Telcom does not have control of nor access to any information contained in the cookies that
are set by third party advertisers.
Non Personally Identifiable Information
Cookies help Hawaiian Telcom to enhance the user's online experience and are used to:
• deliver the appropriate geographic message
• manage frequency of ad exposure; avoid over delivery of the same message
• tailor an advertisement to better match your interests and preferences
• ensure that you see the correct products and pricing applicable to the state in which you live
• understand advertising effectiveness 
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However, customers are free to delete Website cookies. Most internet browsers enable you to erase cookies from your computer hard drive,
block all cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.
However, you need to understand that some Websites / adserving companies have the ability to reestablish your history even after cookie
deletion, if you reenter the same site on another occasion, or some other site tracked by the adserving company/network, and specifically
provide personal data.
Deletion of cookies alone does not prevent adserving companies from reestablishing history on a visitor. The visitor must either continue to
decline cookies each time it reenters the site to keep the tracking severed, if desired, or opt-out. When you opt-out, your unique user ID
cookie is erased and you are reassigned an anonymous, non-id cookie. This new cookie tells Websites that you have opted out and they will
then know not to attempt to assign other cookies to you in the future. Opt-out cookies do not contain a unique user ID number therefore
Websites are not able to identify your computer uniquely.
Customers who choose to continually delete cookies and not opt out can have their browser advise them each time a Website attempts to
send a cookie to your system. At that time, you can choose to either Accept or Cancel a cookie.
Customers who choose to "opt out" after deleting cookies will receive an anonymous/non personally identifiable cookie.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable information voluntarily supplied by our customers or our visitors, i) who receive or provide information on our Website,
or ii) who purchase Hawaiian Telcom products on our Website, or iii) who interact with our banners/advertising on outside Websites, is not
shared for use outside Hawaiian Telcom or its authorized vendors, contractors and agents. This information is Hawaiian Telcom proprietary
data and is not available to any outside company in this personalized form, except with a customer's or visitor's permission or where
disclosure is otherwise required or permitted by law. No outside company is allowed access to this information.
For example, if you provide us with information (such as phone number or email address) and ask to be contacted when High Speed Internet
Service is available in your area, we will notify you when High Speed Internet Access is available; or, if you enter such information online and
qualify for High Speed Internet service, we may contact you to provide additional information and to follow up on your inquiry. If you are
contacted by telephone as a follow up to your inquiry, you may request to be removed from our calling list at that time. We will not use this
information for any other reason nor will we share it with any outside company.
Should any changes be made in the way we use personally identifiable information, Hawaiian Telcom will contact you via email, or by other
means, notifying you of this change, and give you the opportunity to choose to opt-out of such use.
Protection of Children's Personal Information
Hawaiian Telcom Website Services are not designed to attract children under the age of 18. Although we do feature sites that may be of
interest to young viewers, we do not collect personally identifiable information on children. Further, Hawaiian Telcom offers tools for parents
to educate young Internet users on safe surfing practices, including filtering tools to help children and parents avoid objectionable content
online. GetNetWise.org and SafeKids.com are two sites that offer tools for providing information on safe Internet usage. For more information,
go to support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/.
Does Hawaiian Telcom use the information provided online to profile its customers?
The combination of offline and online information provided by the customer has the ability to enhance the customer experience, and make the
consumer's interaction with Hawaiian Telcom more meaningful and relevant. Hawaiian Telcom requires notification of any consumer profiling
or purchasing behavior being captured by Hawaiian Telcom Online and combined with offline information be clearly stated to the consumer at
the time of online data collection. The consumer will have the ability to choose not to have that information aggregated and be part of
subsequent marketing campaigns by choosing to be identified within the application.
Please note
We may disclose personal information when required by law or when necessary to protect the safety of our customers, employees or
property.
Changes to this Policy
Please check this privacy policy periodically to inform yourself of any changes. Although we reserve the right to modify or supplement this
policy, we will provide notice to you on the Website located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ including any major material changes and
those changes are effective upon posting unless otherwise noted. 
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APPENDIX D
Usage Based Pricing Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-595
Hawaiian Telcom may from time to time charge usage based pricing for any of the following services including but not limited to: High Speed
Internet Access, Dialup, Website Hosting, DNS Domain Name Service, Dialup Access, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), Email, Web Mail,
Content & Digital Media Downloads, and other Internet Based Services. If usage base pricing is part of the customer’s agreed upon pricing
model, customer agrees to pay a per use fee for any of the items listed below that pertain to customer’s pricing agreement. Reasons for
charging on a usage basis may include:
• When customer exceeds storage quotas
• When customer exceeds email message quotas
• When customer exceeds hourly quotas
• When customer performs dialup services that are charged at a per hour or per use basis. This is especially common when Hawaiian
Telcom customers roam outside the normal Hawaiian Telcom network area.
• When Hawaiian Telcom is using third party providers for software and/or services, the usage based pricing of the third party provider
will be charged to the customer and provided in the customer’s bill. 
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APPENDIX E
Civil Subpoena Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-560
You agree to comply with the terms of the Civil Subpoena Request Policy, which may be found posted on the Website at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. If you have any questions or concerns about our civil subpoena policies send a letter via US mail at the
following address:
Custodian of Records
Attn: Legal Compliance, 1st Floor
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
1177 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
General. Hawaiian Telcom Internet's Civil Subpoena Policy provides that we will not release account information or information sufficient to
identify a subscriber except under certain specific circumstances. Our Privacy Policy states:
"Hawaiian Telcom does not sell or disclose individually-identifiable information obtained online, or information about you or your account or
service, to anyone outside of Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. or its authorized vendors, contractors, affiliates and agents unless
you specifically authorize it, disclosure is required or permitted by law, required by court order, warrant or subpoena; requested by
government officials with reasonable grounds to believe that the information is a communication of a computer trespasser; or deemed
necessary by Hawaiian Telcom in its sole discretion to protect the safety, rights or property of Hawaiian Telcom or any other person or entity."
If you seek the identity of or account information about a Hawaiian Telcom High Speed Internet subscriber in connection with a civil legal
matter, you must serve Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. with a valid subpoena at the address below and agree to compensate
Hawaiian Telcom High Speed Internet for our subpoena response services according to the terms of this policy.
Service of Subpoenas. All civil subpoenas should be directed to the custodian of record listed below.
Custodian of Records
Attn: Legal Compliance, 1st Floor
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
1177 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Notice to Subscribers and Response Time. Upon receipt of a valid subpoena, it is Hawaiian Telcom Internet's policy to notify the
subscriber whose information is sought via email or U.S. mail. In non-emergency circumstances, Hawaiian Telcom will generally not produce
the subpoenaed subscriber's identity information until approximately two weeks after receipt of the subpoena, unless legally required to do
so.
Fees for Subpoena Compliance. Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. charges the following rates for compliance with High Speed
Internet & Dialup Service civil subpoenas. We will invoice the person or entity submitting the subpoena following receipt and the subpoena
proponent must make payment within 30 days from the date of receipt of our invoice. Checks should be made out to the legal entity to which
the subpoena was directed (see Service of Subpoenas, above).
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.'s High Speed Internet & Dialup Service civil subpoena compliance fees and charges are as
follows:
Research - $75.00/hour
Courier Service - Cost as Billed
Copies - $.10/page
These are minimum fees and Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to change these fees at its discretion as well as charge additional fees or
services provided.
Policies Regarding Email. Hawaiian Telcom Internet is subject to the provisions of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C.
2701 et seq, which prohibits an electronic communications service provider from producing the contents of electronic communications, even
pursuant to subpoena or court order, except in limited circumstances. Furthermore, Hawaiian Telcom’s e-mail servers retain e-mail for a
period of only approximately 30 days after the e-mail has been read and left on our servers. After that time, the e-mail may be automatically
deleted. Unread and sent e-mail is preserved on our system for approximately 30 days. If a subscriber deletes any e-mail, that e-mail is
automatically deleted hourly from the Hawaiian Telcom email system. In addition, Hawaiian Telcom Internet subscribers may, at their
election, download e-mail to their computer. Such e-mail is not preserved on Hawaiian Telcom's e-mail system. 
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Hawaiian Telcom Internet reserves the right to request a copy of the complaint and any supporting documentation to indicate how Hawaiian
Telcom’s e-mail address is related to the pending litigation which underlies a subpoena.
 
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APPENDIX F
E-Mail, Alias & Anti-Spam Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-570
You agree to comply with the terms of the Email, Alias & Anti-Spam Request Policy, which may be found posted on the Website at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. If you have any questions or concerns about our Email, Alias or Anti-Spam policies, please send us an
email at EmailAntiSpam@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via US mail at the following address:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
Rules. While visiting the Hawaiian Telcom Email Messaging Site, you may also not: post, transmit or otherwise distribute information
constituting or encouraging conduct that would constitute a criminal offense or give rise to civil liability, or otherwise use the Email Messaging
Site in a manner which is contrary to law or would serve to restrict or inhibit any other user from using or enjoying the Email Messaging Site
or the Internet; post or transmit any information or software which contains a virus, cancelbot, trojan horse, worm or other harmful or
disruptive component; upload, post, publish, transmit, reproduce, or distribute in any way, information, software or other material obtained
through the Email Messaging Site which is protected by copyright, or other intellectual property right, or derivative works with respect hereto,
without obtaining permission of the copyright owner or rightholder.
Monitoring. Hawaiian Telcom has no obligation to monitor the Email Messaging Site. However, you agree that Hawaiian Telcom has the
right to monitor the Email Messaging Site electronically from time to time and to disclose any information as necessary to satisfy any law,
regulation or other governmental request, to operate the Hawaiian Telcom Site properly, or to protect itself or its subscribers. Hawaiian
Telcom will not intentionally monitor or disclose any private electronic-mail message unless required by law. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the
right to refuse to post or to remove any information or materials, in whole or in part, that, in its sole discretion, are unacceptable, undesirable,
or in violation of this Agreement.
Email Messaging Service Termination of Service Policies. Email Messaging Service may be made available to you as an optional feature
of certain High Speed Internet packages if you have your own domain name. Additional terms and conditions applicable to Email Messaging
Service: In the event of a breach by you of the terms and conditions applicable to the Email Messaging Service, Hawaiian Telcom reserves
the right to terminate your Email Messaging Service immediately without notice. Hawaiian Telcom also reserves the right to delete all data,
files, and other information stored on or for your Email Messaging Service upon termination of your Service for any reason. Hawaiian
Telecom also reserves the right to change email addresses in the process of transitioning services from the previous provider of Email
service.
Email Sending. The following are email sending limitations:
• You may send a single e-mail message to a maximum of 100 recipients in one mailing, not to exceed 500 recipients within a one
hour period. All single e-mails sent to over 100 addressees will not be delivered. No notice will be given to you in this case.
• If you send e-mails to more than 500 recipients within a one hour period, your ability to send ANY e-mail messages is suspended for
24 hours. You will receive a Notice regarding this action.
Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to take all legal and technical steps available to prevent unsolicited bulk email or other unauthorized
email from entering, utilizing or remaining within the Hawaiian Telcom Network. Such action may include, without limitation, the use of filters
or other network devices, immediate termination of Hawaiian Telcom service, and prosecution of offenders through criminal or civil
proceedings. Nothing in this policy shall be construed to grant any right to transmit or send email to, or through, the Hawaiian Telcom
Network, and in no event shall any failure by Hawaiian Telcom to enforce this policy constitute a waiver of Hawaiian Telcom's rights.
Unauthorized use of the Hawaiian Telcom Network in connection with the transmission of unsolicited bulk email, including the transmission of
counterfeit email, may result in civil and criminal penalties against the sender, including those provided by the Computer Fraud and Abuse
Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030 et seq.); and various state laws on cyberstalking, theft & fraud, electronic surveillance, law enforcement, etc. as located
at the Website http://www.ncsl.org/programs/lis/legislation/compcrime01.htm
Buying over the Internet. When making purchases or other transactions through the Hawaiian Telcom Email Messaging Site or the
Internet, you may be asked by the Merchant or information or service provider to supply certain information, including credit card or other
payment mechanisms. You agree that all information you provide any merchant or information or service provider through the Email
Messaging Site will be accurate and complete. You agree to pay all charges incurred by you or other users of your account and credit card or
other payment mechanisms at the prices in effect when such charges are incurred. You also will be responsible for paying all applicable 
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taxes, if any, relating to purchases on the Email Messaging Site. Hawaiian Telcom is in no way responsible for any charges you or any user
of your account incurs when making purchases or other transactions in this manner.
Email Privacy Policies. Hawaiian Telcom Internet is subject to the provisions of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, 18 U.S.C. 2701
et seq, which prohibits an electronic communications service provider from producing the contents of electronic communications, even
pursuant to subpoena or court order, except in limited circumstances. Furthermore, Hawaiian Telcom’s e-mail servers retain e-mail for a
period of only approximately 30 days after the e-mail has been read and left on our servers. After that time, the e-mail may be automatically
deleted. Unread and sent e-mail is preserved on our system for approximately 30 days. If a subscriber deletes any e-mail, that e-mail is
automatically deleted hourly from the Hawaiian Telcom Internet email system. In addition, Hawaiian Telcom Internet subscribers may, at their
election, download e-mail to their computer. Such e-mail is not preserved on Hawaiian Telcom's e-mail system.
Hawaiian Telcom's Unsolicited Bulk Email (Anti-Spam) Policy: Hawaiian Telcom specifically does not authorize the use of its proprietary
computers, servers, routers and computer network (the "Hawaiian Telcom Network") to accept, transmit or distribute unsolicited bulk e-mail
sent from the Internet to Hawaiian Telcom subscribers (or to others). It is also a violation of Hawaiian Telcom policy, and the law, to send or
cause to be sent to, or through, the Hawaiian Telcom Network email that makes use of or contains invalid or forged headers, invalid or nonexistent domain names or other means of deceptive addressing. Hawaiian Telcom considers such email to be unlawful and a violation of our
policy, and any attempt to send or cause such email to be sent to, or through, the Hawaiian Telcom Network is unauthorized. Moreover, any
email relayed from a third party's mail servers without the permission of that third party, or any email that hides or obscures, or attempts to
hide or obscure, the source of an email also constitutes an unauthorized use of the Hawaiian Telcom Network. Email sent or caused to be
sent to the Hawaiian Telcom Network that violates your agreement with Hawaiian Telcom is also unauthorized. Nor does Hawaiian Telcom
authorize the harvesting or collection of screen names from the Hawaiian Telcom Service for the purpose of sending unsolicited email. Any
such action also constitutes violation of Hawaiian Telcom policy.
Hawaiian Telcom's Email Alias Policy: Hawaiian Telcom will issue e-mail aliases based upon availability of the alias requested. If you
surrender your alias by changing it, terminating your account, or because your account is terminated for cause, Hawaiian Telcom shall not be
obligated to reserve that alias for you or to receive or forward emails addressed to that alias. This policy may be changed without notice 
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APPENDIX G
Newsgroup Posting Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-580
You agree to comply with the terms of the Civil Subpoena Request Policy, which may be found posted on the Website at
support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/. If you have any questions or concerns about our Newsgroup Posting policies, please send us an email
at Newsgroups@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via US mail at the following address:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
It is a violation of Hawaiian Telcom policy to add messages to newsgroups 1) that are clearly inappropriate given the intended purpose or
scope of the newsgroup, including adding commercial postings to newsgroups of a non-commercial nature, or 2) in a manner that is clearly
excessive and intended to annoy or harass. Subscribers that Hawaiian Telcom determines to be in violation of this policy shall be subject to
immediate termination of service without prior notice, or immediate suspension of service without prior notice pending results of an
investigation. 
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APPENDIX H
Website Use, Content & Digital Multimedia Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-590
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING AGREEMENT CAREFULLY.
HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE USE AGREEMENT
This Website Use Agreement ("Agreement") is entered into by you and Hawaiian Telcom. The Hawaiian Telcom Websites
www.hawaiiantel.net is comprised of various web pages, tools, information, software, content, software, and features (collectively,
"Hawaiian Telcom Website") operated by Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
This Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions under which you use the Hawaiian Telcom Website and under which Hawaiian Telcom
agrees to your use of the Hawaiian Telcom Website. By using the Hawaiian Telcom Website, you agree to be bound by the terms of this
Agreement. This Agreement includes Hawaiian Telcom's Website Use Policy located at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ and any notices
regarding the Hawaiian Telcom Website (all of which are available for review at support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/, and are incorporated
herein by reference). You may also receive a copy of this Agreement by writing us at:
ATTN: Business Terms of Service Request
Marketing Department
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, you must immediately stop your use of the Hawaiian Telcom Website, Internet Access and
DSL Service.
1. SCOPE OF HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE
Hawaiian Telcom makes part of the www.hawaiiantel.net Websites available to users at no charge. The features of the Hawaiian Telcom
Website may include but are not limited to, access to email services, search capabilities, account management tools, connections to certain
content (news, weather and sports, for example), MP3 & Digital Multimedia content, diagnostic tools for troubleshooting and games. The
Hawaiian Telcom Website is intended solely for your private and personal use on your computer. Any other use or any attempt to use the
Hawaiian Telcom Website for commercial or other purposes is strictly prohibited.
2. REGISTERED USERS
You agree that the information you provide during the Hawaiian Telcom Website registration is accurate and that you are 18 years of age or
older.
3. NO WARRANTY
HAWAIIAN TELCOM (AND ITS THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS AND LICENSORS) PROVIDE THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE ON AN "AS
IS," AS AVAILABLE, BASIS, WITH ALL FAULTS, AND HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, EITHER
EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, ACCURACY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, NON-INTERFERENCE,
COMPATIBILITY OF SOFTWARE PROGRAMS, INTEGRATION, OR THOSE WARRANTIES WHICH MAY ARISE BY COURSE OF
DEALING, OR COURSE OF TRADE. ALSO, THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF LACK OF VIRUSES OR OTHER DISABLING CODE OR
CONDITION, LACK OF NEGLIGENCE OR LACK OF WORKMANLIKE EFFORT. THE ENTIRE RISK ARISING OUT OF THE USE,
QUALITY, ACCURACY, EFFORT, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE IS WITH YOU. IN ADDITION, HAWAIIAN
TELCOM DOES NOT WARRANT THE SECURITY OF THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE OR, INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, CONTENT,
AND FEATURES AVAILABLE THROUGH IT WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, ERROR-FREE, PROVIDED PROPERLY OR COMPLETELY, OR
BE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS PER DAY, 7 DAYS PER WEEK. HAWAIIAN TELCOM IN ITS DISCRETION MAY PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE.
4. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
IN NO EVENT WILL HAWAIIAN TELCOM BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR (i) ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE,
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS,
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF PROGRAMS OR INFORMATION, AND THE LIKE) OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING IN ANY
WAY FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE AVAILABILITY, USE, RELIANCE ON, PERFORMANCE OF THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM
WEBSITE, PROVISION OF OR FAILURE TO PROVIDE THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE, LOSS OF DATA, YOUR ACCESS OR
INABILITY TO ACCESS OR USE THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE OR YOUR USE AND RELIANCE ON INFORMATION OR CONTENT
AVAILABLE ON OR THROUGH THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE, INCLUDING VIRUSES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN OBTAINED, OR
INVASION OF PRIVACY FROM OR THROUGH THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE, EVEN IF HAWAIIAN TELCOM HAS BEEN ADVISED
OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR
OTHERWISE; OR (ii) ANY CLAIM ATTRIBUTABLE TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR OTHER DYSFUNCTION IN, OR DESTRUCTIVE
PROPERTIES OF, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM 
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WEBSITE. SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. IN SUCH STATES OR JURISDICTIONS, HAWAIIAN TELCOM'S LIABILITY SHALL BE
LIMITED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
5. RIGHT TO CHANGE, MODIFY OR TERMINATE WEBSITE
Without prejudice to any other rights that Hawaiian Telcom may have, Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right and sole discretion to change,
limit, terminate, modify at any time, temporarily or permanently cease to provide the Hawaiian Telcom Website or any part thereof to any user
or group of users, without prior notice and for any reason or no reason. In the event you or Hawaiian Telcom terminates this Agreement, you
must immediately stop using the Hawaiian Telcom Website.
6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
All title and intellectual property rights (including without limitation, copyrights, patents, trademarks and trade secrets) in and to the Hawaiian
Telcom Website (including but not limited to, related software and including but not limited to any images, photographs, animations, video,
audio, music, text and "applets," incorporated into the software, and any copies of the software), are owned by Hawaiian Telcom, its affiliates
or suppliers. All title and intellectual property rights in and to the information and content which may be accessed through use of the Hawaiian
Telcom Website are the property of the respective content owner and may be protected by applicable copyright or other intellectual property
laws and treaties. This Agreement does not grant you any rights to use such content, nor does it grant any rights to the Hawaiian Telcom
Website other than the right to use the Hawaiian Telcom Website according to the terms of the Agreement.
7. MANAGEMENT OF YOUR DATA
You are solely responsible for obtaining, installing, and maintaining suitable equipment and software, including any necessary system or
software upgrades, patches or other fixes, which are or may become necessary to access the Hawaiian Telcom Website. Minimum systems
requirements apply to the use of the Hawaiian Telcom Website and it is your responsibility to ensure your computer system complies with
these requirements. You are responsible for management of your information, including but not limited to back-up and restoration of data,
erasing data from disk space you control and changing data on your router. You are also responsible for development and maintenance of
any security procedures you deem appropriate, such as logon security and encryption of data, user ID and password on your router and
firewalls, to protect your information. Hawaiian Telcom is not responsible for back-up and restoration of your information or for any loss of or
disablement of access to your information, including without limitation, email and address book information. In addition, you agree that
information required by the Website software (including any personalization information) and other identifying information requested by
Hawaiian Telcom or its portal supplier may be placed in our user directory.
8. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
a. If any part of this document is held invalid or unenforceable, that portion shall be construed in a manner consistent with applicable law to
reflect, as nearly as possible, the original intentions of the parties, and the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect.
b. By transmitting, uploading, posting or submitting any information or material using the Website Tools, you ((i) represent that such
information is not confidential, secret or proprietary information belonging to someone else; and (ii) warrant that no other party has rights to
the information and that your transmission, posting, uploading or submission of the information does not violate any copyright or other laws.
c. The Hawaiian Telcom Website contains third party links and it is provided by Hawaiian Telcom only as a convenience to its users. Any
Websites linked to or from the Hawaiian Telcom Website are not reviewed, controlled, or examined by Hawaiian Telcom and Hawaiian
Telcom is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. The inclusion of any linked sites or content
from the Hawaiian Telcom Website does not imply endorsement of the linked site or content by Hawaiian Telcom. In no event shall Hawaiian
Telcom be liable to anyone for any damage arising from or caused, directly or indirectly, by the creation or use of a third party's Website, or
the information or material accessed through such Websites.
d. The terms of this Agreement apply only to your use of the Hawaiian Telcom Website and do not apply to your use of any other Hawaiian
Telcom product or service. The terms and conditions applicable to such other Hawaiian Telcom products or services shall apply to and
govern your rights and obligations (and ours) with respect to your use of such other products or services.
e. You and Hawaiian Telcom agree that the substantive laws of Hawaii, without reference to its principles of conflicts of laws, will
be applied to govern, construe and enforce all of the rights and duties of the parties arising from or relating in any way to the
subject matter of this Agreement. YOU AND HAWAIIAN TELCOM CONSENT TO THE EXCLUSIVE PERSONAL JURISDICTION OF
AND VENUE IN A COURT LOCATED IN HONOLULU, HAWAII, FOR ANY SUITS OR CAUSES OF ACTION CONNECTED IN ANY WAY,
DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, TO THE SUBJECT MATTER OF THIS AGREEMENT OR TO THE HAWAIIAN TELCOM WEBSITE. Except
as otherwise required by law, including Hawaii laws relating to consumer transactions, any cause of action or claim you may have
with respect to the Hawaiian Telcom Website must be commenced within one (1) year after the claim or cause of action arises or
such claim or cause of action is barred.
 f. For your reference, you may refer to the copy of this Agreement that can be found on support.hawaiiantel.net/policies/ located on
Hawaiian Telcom's home page.
g. You agree to cooperate with Hawaiian Telcom and provide requested information in connection with all security and use matters. You
agree to notify Hawaiian Telcom promptly if you suspect unauthorized use of the Service or of your User ID. You remain liable for
unauthorized use until your notification to Hawaiian Telcom at WebSiteUse@hawaiiantel.net. You agree that your name, User ID, and other
identifying information may be placed in our user directory.
9. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to cooperate with legal authorities and/or injured third parties in the investigation of any suspected 
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crime or civil wrong. Such cooperation may include, but not be limited to, provision of account or user information or email as well as
monitoring of the Hawaiian Telcom network.
10. Hawaiian Telcom may, but is not required to, monitor your compliance, or the compliance of other subscribers, with the terms, conditions
or policies of this Agreement. 
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APPENDIX I
Security Policy
Hawaiian Telcom Policy: HTP-525
Hawaiian Telcom respects your right to security. We adhere to a set of security principles which form the basis of our security policy. If you
have any questions or concerns about our Security policies, please send us an email at InternetSecurity@hawaiiantel.net or send a letter via
US mail at the following address:
ATTN: Director of Security
Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc.
PO Box 2200
Honolulu, HI 96841
How do I know I am on a secured site?
Every secure page on our Websites has been secured with a digital certificate by Verisign. To view this certificate, click on image of the
closed lock on the bottom bar of your browser window. This certificate will show that you are sending your personal information to Hawaiian
Telcom.
How does Hawaiian Telcom prevent unauthorized access to my information?
Your password is set at a minimum of six characters, which provides added protection for your personal information. On secured pages, this
site uses SSL encryption up to 128-bits.
Information that you share about yourself in chat rooms, message boards, instant messaging communications and similar forums becomes
immediately available to others who have access to those forums. These areas are considered public spaces and Hawaiian Telcom cannot
protect the privacy of information disclosed therein. Please exercise caution when disclosing personal information in theses areas.
What information is stored by the site or in cookies?
Registration information, bill and online shopping, data and contact e-mail addresses are not stored by the Hawaiian Telcom site. They are
stored in the Hawaiian Telcom databases, physically secure environments that are not accessible via the Internet. This information is only
available to you through the use of a secure ID and password, and the information is transferred from our databases for your viewing.
A cookie is a small, encrypted data string our server writes to your hard drive that contains your unique User ID for our Website. Cookies help
us to identify returning visitor's to our Websites, which allow us to give you a more personalized, useful experience on our Website. We use
cookies to deliver web content specific to your interests, to keep track of your order as you order services, and to control access to our
premium content. A cookie cannot be used to access or otherwise compromise the data on your hard drive. You can choose to change your
browser settings to disable cookies if you do not want us to establish and maintain a unique Hawaiian Telcom.com User ID. Please be aware
that cookies may be required to complete certain functions on this Website, such as ordering in our online store. To disable cookies, see next
section.
Here is How to Set Your Cookie Preferences:
• Netscape Navigator 3.x: In the Options menu, select Network Preferences. In Network Preferences, click on the Protocols tab and
there you may choose to be warned before accepting cookies.
• Netscape Navigator 4.x: In the Edit menu, select Preferences. In the Preferences dialog box, in the left hand side menu, click on
'Advanced' and 4 options concerning cookies will appear on the lower right. Choose Help for further details. You can find more
information about cookies and Netscape on the Netscape Website.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x: In the view menu, select Options. Click on the Advanced tab. You may choose to be warned before
accepting cookies.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x: In the view menu, select Options. Click on the Advanced tab and scroll down to a yellow triangle icon
with an exclamation point labeled 'Cookies' where you have 3 options.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x In the Tools Section Choose ‘Internet Options’ then choose ‘Privacy’ and scroll the bar from “Accept
all Cookies” to “Block all Cookies”.
• Other Browsers: Contact the manufacturer of the browser for information. 
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SECURITY ISSUES
How do I know I am on a secured site?
Every secure page on our Web sites has been secured with a digital certificate by Verisign. To view this certificate, click on image of the
closed lock on the bottom bar of your browser window. This certificate will show that you are sending your personal information to Hawaiian
Telcom.
How does Hawaiian Telcom prevent unauthorized access to my information?
Your password is set at a minimum of six characters, which provides added protection for your personal information. On secured pages, this
site uses SSL encryption up to 128-bits.
Information that you share about yourself in chat rooms, message boards, instant messaging communications and similar forums becomes
immediately available to others who have access to those forums. These areas are considered public spaces and Hawaiian Telcom Online
cannot protect the privacy of information disclosed therein. Please exercise caution when disclosing personal information in theses areas.
What information is stored by the site or in cookies?
Registration information, bill and online shopping, data and contact e-mail addresses are not stored by the Hawaiian Telcom site. They are
stored in the Hawaiian Telcom databases, physically secure environments that are not accessible via the Internet. This information is only
available to you through the use of a secure ID and password, and the information is transferred from our databases for your viewing.
A cookie is a small, encrypted data string our server writes to your hard drive that contains your unique User ID for our Website. Cookies help
us to identify returning visitor's to our websites, which allow us to give you a more personalized, useful experience on our website. We use
cookies to deliver web content specific to your interests, to keep track of your order as you order services, and to control access to our
premium content. A cookie cannot be used to access or otherwise compromise the data on your hard drive. You can choose to change your
browser settings to disable cookies if you do not want us to establish and maintain a unique Hawaiian Telcom .com User ID. Please be aware
that cookies may be required to complete certain functions on this Web site, such as ordering in our online store. To disable cookies, see next
section.
Here is How to Set Your Cookie Preferences:
• Netscape Navigator 3.x: In the Options menu, select Network Preferences. In Network Preferences, click on the Protocols tab and
there you may choose to be warned before accepting cookies.
• Netscape Navigator 4.x: In the Edit menu, select Preferences. In the Preferences dialog box, in the left hand side menu, click on
'Advanced' and 4 options concerning cookies will appear on the lower right. Choose Help for further details. You can find more
information about cookies and Netscape on the Netscape Web site.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.x: In the view menu, select Options. Click on the Advanced tab. You may choose to be warned before
accepting cookies.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x: In the view menu, select Options. Click on the Advanced tab and scroll down to a yellow triangle icon
with an exclamation point labeled 'Cookies' where you have 3 options.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x In the Tools Section Choose ‘Internet Options’ then choose ‘Privacy’ and scroll the bar from “Accept
all Cookies” to “Block all Cookies”.
• Other Browsers: Contact the manufacturer of the browser for information.
Changes to this Policy
Please check this privacy policy periodically to inform yourself of any changes. Although we reserve the right to modify or supplement this
privacy policy, we will provide notice to you on this Web site of any major material changes and those changes are effective upon posting
unless otherwise noted.
Copyright 2006 Hawaiian Telcom Services Company, Inc. All rights reserved.
HT BUSINESS WIFI
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. TERM
1.1. This Hawaiian Telcom Business Wifi “Service” shall be on a month-to-month basis, unless either party terminates this Service by providing thirty (30) days advance notice. The first month shall be pro-rated.
1.2. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to adjust rates at any time after the expiration of the initial term upon thiry(30) days prior written notice to Customer, during which time Customer shall have the right to terminate the Service, without incurring termination charges, if Customer does not agree to stated rate adjustment. In the event Customer does not provide written notice of termination during the thirty (30) day period, Customer shall be deemed to accept the rate adjustment.
1.3. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to terminate the Service (or any part thereof) in the event Hawaiian Telcom ceases to offer the Service.
2. DEFINITIONS
2.1. Hawaiian Telcom Network – an End User connects to the Hawaiian Telcom Network by using the “HawaiianTelcomWiFi” SSID Wi-Fi network via an access point. Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to change this SSID as we deem necessary.
2.2. Customer Network – an End User connects to the Customer Network by using Wi-Fi at Customer’s location when not connected to the Hawaiian Telcom Network.
2.3. Portal - an interface available to Customer that is provided by a Hawaiian Telcom partner. For HT Business Wi-Fi Plus and HT Business Wi-Fi Premium, the Portal will be via cloud control as detailed herein. 
2.4. End Users - the individuals who connect to the Hawaiian Telcom Network
3. SERVICES AND RATES
3.1. Customer will be responsible for all taxes, assessments or other imposed upon or relating to the provision or use of the products and services provided hereunder.
3.2. Any other regulated services not listed herein which are provided by Hawaiian Telcom to Customer shall be governed by the rates, terms, and conditions of the appropriate tariff. Hawaiian Telcom shall comply with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and codes (collectively, “Legal Requirements”) in connection with the provision of the Service.
3.3. Promotions. It is understood that Hawaiian Telcom may offer certain promotions to Customer, from time to time, which include discounts in exchange for Customer agreeing to prearranged conditions including, but not limited to, broadcasting specific SSID(s) (“HawaiianTelcomWiFi”). If, at any time during the Service, Customer does not adhere to these conditions, standard HT Business WiFi rates will immediately apply. If, at any time during the Service, Customer declines the adjustment to standard HT Business WiFi rates, early termination fees will apply as described in Section 15 below.
4. SERVICE DESCRIPTION
Hawaiian Telcom offers HT Business Wi-Fi in several tiers. Customer’s selection is one of the Service options and is detailed in the relevant section below.
4.1. Service Options
4.1.1. HT Business WiFi Plus
HT Business WiFi Plus is designed to accommodate customers who want more than just average Wi-Fi for guests and employees. This package includes:
4.1.1.1. Wi-Fi infrastructure (Access Point)
4.1.1.2. Access to for viewing Wi-Fi Analytics
4.1.1.3. If applicable to any promotion, Customer must broadcast SSID: HawaiianTelcomWiFi
4.1.2. HT Business WiFi Premium
HT Business WiFi Premium provides all of the features/benefits of HT Business WiFi Plus while adding a key marketing feature: Presence Analytics. This package includes:
4.1.2.1. Wi-Fi infrastructure (Access Point)
4.1.2.2. Presence Analytics: The Monitoring dashboard displays graphs with presence information for the passer by, visitor, engaged and dwelling users
4.1.2.3. Access for viewing Wi-Fi Health Analytics
4.1.2.4. If applicable to any promotion, Customer must broadcast SSID: HawaiianTelcomWiFi
4.2. Platforms available
4.2.1. Cloud control
HT Business WiFi Plus and Premium are built on a cloud controlled platform offering the following key features:
4.2.1.1. Guest Wi-Fi
4.2.1.2. Control options – duration, usage, landing page
4.2.1.3. Presence Analytics
4.2.1.4. Customer traffic & engagement based on device presence
4.2.1.5. No device connection required

5. HAWAIIAN TELCOM GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES & OBLIGATIONS
5.1. Hawaiian Telcom will provide Customer with access to the Services (as detailed below), as well as basic support and troubleshooting by calling 643-WiFi, 643-9434.
5.2. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Hawaiian Telcom’s obligations under this Service apply only as to the Hawaiian Telcom Network and do not apply to the Customer Network.
5.3. Hawaiian Telcom will provide WiFi to a variety of customers and will customize its delivered services based on the requirements provided by each. The WiFi Services will vary based on customer engagement (See Tables 1 and 2, below).
5.4. Generally, Hawaiian Telcom will (a) monitor and manage wireless architecture, and work with customer to resolve connectivity issues as it pertains to Internet access; (b) manage the Service Call / Incident queue for requests, issues coordination, and communication/resolution, and follow-up on all appropriate tickets outside of accepted operating levels; and, (c) assign qualified resource(s) (e.g., having technical, process, and/or management experience) to perform the Wi-Fi Services.










Table of responsibilities
Hawaiian Telcom monitoring of Hawaiian Telcom-provided Hardware and Hawaiian Telcom- provided Internet connection
HT Customer
Monitoring and Management of Access Points
x
Change and Repair of AP devices, SSIDs
x
Replacement  of defective APs
x
Provide dashboard for monitoring  Wi Fi  usage
x

Providing   periodic Customer Wi Fi usage statistics Hawaiian Telcom can assist customer to set up one time  scheduled reporting. The customer can also view live reporting via the cloud control portal
Internet  Connectivity x
 







  HT Business Wi-Fi Plus HT Business Wi-Fi Premium
HT Customer HT Customer
Scheduled Reporting specific to Wi-Fi Network Health x x x x
SSID creation and changes x x
Management of Hardware configuration to filter/block Content x x
View and management of Presence Analytics N/A N/A x
Set up and customization of cloud control interface. x x



6. CUSTOMER GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES & OBLIGATIONS
6.1. Customer (This includes its employees, agents, contractors, licensors, customers and suppliers), shall use the Wi-Fi Service for lawful purposes only. Customer grants to Hawaiian Telcom the right to provide certain Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n/ac telecommunications equipment and service at Customer’s location(s).
6.2. Acceptable Use. When using Hawaiian Telcom-provided Internet access, engaging in any of the following activities is strictly prohibited: attempting to interfere with the Internet service, including, without limitation, by way of submitting a virus to, or overloading, "flooding," "spamming," "mailbombing" or "crashing," the Internet service; and sending unsolicited e-mail, including promotions and/or advertising of products or services; Infringing upon any other intellectual property rights of others or on the privacy or publicity rights of others; and sending obscene, sexually explicit, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, hateful, slanderous or embarrassing messages and/or postings to any other person or entity or sending messages and/or postings in violation of applicable law(s); and illegal or unauthorized access to other computers or networks; and sending viruses, trojan horses, worms, time bombs, or other computer programming routines or engines that are intended to damage, detrimentally interfere with, surreptitiously intercept or expropriate any system, data or information; and facilitating a violation of these Terms of Use.
6.3. Customer shall notify Customer’s End Users that, by using the Service, they consent to the terms of Hawaiian Telcom’s “Terms of Use” available at:  http://www.hawaiiantel.com/business/Business/ProductsServices/Internet/BusinessWiFiTermsandConditions/tabid/2130/Default.aspx collection and use of technical information, including but not limited to the location of the device, about the mobile telephone, computer or other device used to access the this wireless service.
7. LICENSE TO USER INFORMATION; INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
7.1. While Customer is in good standing, Hawaiian Telcom grants to Customer a limited, non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use all analytic report data made available through the Services. For purposes of this Service, “Intellectual Property Rights” means any and all rights existing from time to time under patent law, copyright law, semiconductor chip protection law, moral rights law, trade secret law, trademark law, unfair competition law, publicity rights law, privacy rights law, and any and all other proprietary rights, and any and all applications, renewals, extensions and restorations thereof, now or hereafter in force and effect worldwide. All ownership rights, title, and Intellectual Property Rights in and to the Services, the User Information hereunder shall remain with Hawaiian Telcom and/or its licensors.
8. EQUIPMENT.
8.1. Hawaiian Telcom may provide Wireless Equipment in support of the provision of Wi-Fi Service, and Hawaiian Telcom grants Customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable limited license to use the Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n/ac equipment (“Equipment”) in accordance with this Service. 
8.2. Customer authorizes Hawaiian Telcom to provide the Equipment and agrees that the Equipment is the sole and exclusive property of Hawaiian Telcom and this Service does not grant Customer any rights to the Equipment except as expressly set forth herein. Customer agrees to give Hawaiian Telcom access during regular business hours, or at any time in the event of an emergency, to service or remove the Equipment at Hawaiian Telcom’s sole discretion. Loss, theft or physical damage to the Equipment is Customer’s responsibility.
8.3. Upon termination of this Service by either party, Customer agrees to return Equipment in good condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted, to Hawaiian Telcom within thirty (30) days of disconnect date. If Equipment is not returned within thirty (30) days, Customer will be charged an “Equipment Non-Return fee as indicated in the following table. If Customer requests Hawaiian Telcom to remove the Equipment, Customer will be charged an “Equipment Removal fee” based on the number of pieces of hardware to be removed and Hawaiian Telcom resources required for the removal at the rate specified below. The Equipment Non-Return and Equipment Removal fees will appear on Customer’s next Hawaiian Telcom bill.
Description Charge
Unreturned Equipment Charge (AP-303H) $495.00 plus applicable tax
Unreturned Equipment Charge (AP-305) $695.00 plus applicable tax
Equipment Removal Fee $85.00/hr plus applicable tax

9. CONTENT FILTERING (only HT Business WiFi Plus & Premium).
9.1. Hawaiian Telcom will select Internet activities, destinations (e.g., URLs), and types of traffic (collectively “Content”) that it desires to prohibit on the Wi-Fi, and will configure Equipment to impede End User access to such Content (“Content Filtering”). Hawaiian Telcom’s standard content filtering settings are intended to address the most common abuses of Wi-Fi networks (for example, bandwidth hogging and activity that would violate our Acceptable Use Policy in section 6. Hawaiian Telcom invites a discussion with Customer who may customize the content filtering settings for its Wi-Fi Service, and Hawaiian Telcom will configure the Equipment at its direction. Hawaiian Telcom will manage the Equipment configuration to filter Content for each Customer.
10. CONTENT ACCESSED VIA Wi-Fi SERVICE.
10.1. Customer acknowledges that the Internet contains unedited materials, including material of an adult, violent, or other nature that may be offensive to Customer or its End Users. Customer acknowledges that it has actual knowledge of and can readily access many software and hardware solutions to regulate activity on its network, and that the configuration of the Content Filtering function requested by Customer of the HT Business WiFi Plus service is among them. Customer acknowledges that Hawaiian Telcom has made no express or implied representation, warranty or guaranty applicable to any aspect of the Wi-Fi Service or other services offered by Hawaiian Telcom, including but not limited to, the ability to preclude Customer or any patron of Customer from accessing any or all web sites and/or news groups that any person may find to be harmful or offensive for any reason.
10.2. Customer understands and by using the Internet service Customer agrees that it is responsible for, and assumes all liability associated with, any material that Customer (to include End Users) makes available or transmits through the Internet service, whether through chat rooms, messages boards or other forums, including liability for claims of infringement, libel, and slander. Customer may not post, transmit through, or otherwise make available on or through the Internet service any material that violates or infringes in any way upon the rights of others, that is, in Hawaiian Telcom’s sole discretion, unlawful, defamatory, obscene, abusive, profane, vulgar, sexually explicit, racist, threatening, hateful or otherwise objectionable, or that encourages conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any law.
10.3. Hawaiian Telcom shall provide to Customer “Terms of Use” to govern the access that End Users will have to the Guest Internet Access (the “Terms”). Customer shall cooperate with Hawaiian Telcom in ensuring that each End User who connects to the Guest Internet Access provides affirmative consent to be bound by the Terms. If in its reasonable discretion Hawaiian Telcom believes that the activities of the End Users using the Guest Internet Access violate the Terms (including, without limitation, those terms requiring End Users to comply with applicable laws) then Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to do any of the following in addition to any other actions or remedies available to Hawaiian Telcom:
10.3.1. Prohibit any End User or End Users from accessing the Guest Internet Access;
10.3.2. Provide information related to any End User and its activities to third parties as required or permitted by applicable law;
10.3.3. Require Customer to take reasonable corrective measures considering the scope and duration of the violation of the Terms; and/or
10.3.4. Terminate this Service upon thirty (30) days written notice to Customer;
10.4. Customer represents and warrants to Hawaiian Telcom that it will not encourage or assist any Customer to violate the Terms in this document and that it will comply with these Terms in its own use of the Guest Internet Access, if any:
11. ONGOING SUPPORT; REPAIR PROCESSES.
11.1. HT BUSINESS WIFI PLUS, HT BUSINESS WIFI PREMIUM.
11.1.1. Technical support for Wi-Fi Services will be provided through the Hawaiian Telcom UCC support team. This service desk is available 24/7 and provides traditional tier 1 and tier 2 service desk support. In any calendar month, Customer may place two (2) service calls for non-emergency, non-service impacting security profile or provisioning changes. Additional change request calls may incur a fee of $175.00 each.
11.1.2. Customer should contact the Hawaiian Telcom via [643-WiFi, 643-9434] for technical support.
11.1.3. In the event Hawaiian Telcom determines that it is necessary to interrupt the Service or that there is a potential for Service to be interrupted for the performance of system maintenance, Hawaiian Telcom will use good faith efforts to notify Customer prior to the performance of such maintenance. Scheduled maintenance occurs during off-peak hours (midnight to 6:00 a.m. local  time). Hawaiian Telcom’s normal schedule maintenance window begins at 2:00 am Sunday. In no event shall interruption for system maintenance constitute a failure of performance by Hawaiian Telcom.
12. CUSTOMER OBLIGATIONS; ACCEPTABLE USE / PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES.
12.1. Prior to requesting repair service from Hawaiian Telcom, Customer will use its best efforts, including but not limited to performing reasonable diagnostic tests, to verify whether any trouble with the Service is a result of the Customer’s equipment or facilities or users are violating section 6. Customer shall be responsible for any such trouble resulting from the Customer’s equipment or facilities. Customer will cooperate with any joint testing of the Service reasonably requested by Hawaiian Telcom.
13. FAILED CONNECTIVITY OR DEFAULT HARDWARE.
13.1. Hawaiian Telcom will use commercially reasonable efforts to address any reported trouble in relation to failed Equipment or Customer reported issues with connectivity to the Internet via the installed Wi-Fi network, as applicable. End user calls from residents, students, guests or faculty are not supported by Hawaiian Telcom. Hawaiian Telcom makes no representations and assumes no liability for connectivity issues related to End User limitations, including but not limited to: connecting PC, Hardware (processor, RAM, hard drive), software applications running in the background on a device, web browser / browser plug-ins (Flash/Java), website / server limitations, or Hawaiian Telcom network congestion. 
14. REMEDIES.
14.1. If Customer is dissatisfied with the Service or any of its terms, conditions, rules, policies, guidelines or practices, Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy is to terminate this Service. Under no circumstance shall Hawaiian Telcom be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, or consequential damages that result in any way from the: (i) setup or installation of the Service (ii) use of the Service or Customer’s ability to use the Service; (iii) access to the Internet or any part thereof; (iv) Customer’s reliance on or use of information or services provided on or through the Service; or (v) mistakes, omissions, interruptions, deletion of files, errors, defects, delays in operation or transmission or any failure of performance of the Service.
14.2. Any violation of Section 6 above that Hawaiian Telcom, in its reasonable discretion, believes may subject Hawaiian Telcom to civil or criminal litigation, charges and/or damages will be considered a breach of the Service and Hawaiian Telcom reserves the right to suspend or immediately terminate service if deemed necessary.
15. TERMINATION CHARGES.
15.1. In the event that HT Business Wi-Fi Service is terminated by Customer for convenience or for reasons other than Hawaiian Telcom’s breach of this Service, customer will pay all remaining amounts due or to become due, including but not limited to  Equipment Non-Return or Equipment Removal fees.