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Master Service Agreement

The following document contains the Privacy Agreement (“PA”), Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”), Terms of Service (“ToS”) and Notices and Communication Policy (“NaCP”), collectively referred to as Master Service Agreement (“MSA”).  Northwest Telephone and Data Resources Inc. (“Northwest TelData”) uses the MSA to describe internal company processes and engagement with subscribers and resellers of various services ("Customer"). The Agreements and Policy statements are also used to enforce Northwest TelData interactions and relationships with any visitor to the nwtcom.com, or similarly Northwest TelData owned high level domain or sub-domain websites, visitors engaging in any content sharing, discussion boards, e-mailing or other social media activity on Northwest TelData platforms, forums and other similarly administered sites, and Customers engaging in any communication or activity using Northwest TelData Services whereupon data is transmitted to, from, or through Northwest TelData owned or leased network and computer equipment ("User"). Northwest TelData provides a variety of services and products to Customers and Users. Access, services and products include, but are not limited to, access to the nwtcom.com domain, sub-domains and other similarly owned domains; services such as Phone Lines/Trunks, Hosted Virtual PBX (For IP Phones), connectivity, server hosting, web hosting and electronic mail hosting and data internet protocol transmission. The MSA and its components represent a binding agreement between Northwest TelData and Customer or Northwest TelData and User. Northwest TelData reserves the right to update, modify, add to, and remove from the MSA or any of the component Agreements and Policy statements to reflect the introduction of new Services, modification of old Services and the modification of policies and procedures. It is the responsibility of the User and Customer to remain compliant with changes to the MSA and visit this website frequently. Continued use of Services indicates User and Customer agreement to the MSA and any modifications contained herein.
 
Agreement Construction
Throughout the MSA certain definitions remain uniform but may be reiterated for clarity. Wherever such clarification results in ambiguity due to context, the following construction notes for the MSA will apply. A. Northwest TelData and Customer are collectively referred to as "Parties". Whenever the context or meaning requires or implies: the masculine gender will include the feminine and neuter genders; the feminine gender will include the masculine and neuter genders; the neuter gender will include the masculine and feminine genders and the plural will include the singular. B. For the purposes of the MSA, Northwest TelData includes authorized agents, employees and contractors acting on the behalf of Northwest TelData. C. For the purposes of the MSA, the words “include” and “including” and variations thereof will not be deemed to be terms of limitation, but rather will be deemed to be followed by the words “without limitation.” D. Except as otherwise indicated, all references in the MSA to “Articles”, “Schedules” and “Sections” are intended to refer to Articles, Schedules, and Sections to the MSA and no other Agreement. E. The headings in the MSA are for convenience of reference only, will not be deemed to be a part of the MSA, and will not be referred to in connection with the construction or interpretation of the MSA.