What's in my Charter Spectrum Contract?

Understanding Charter Spectrum's Contract

Here’s what’s in Charter Spectrum’s contract, and what that means for you as a Charter Spectrum customer.

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What to Know Before You Read Charter Spectrum's Contract

Most consumer contracts are very long. Still, here is some information that could help you understand the basics of your Charter Spectrum contract:

  • Agreements like your Charter Spectrum contract are governed by both their terms and applicable laws. This means that their terms come first, but if they conflict with or violate state or federal law, they might be considered irrelevant or void.
  • If you think Charter Spectrum did something wrong, you should learn your legal rights and what to do if the company fails to honor their promises or obligations. (Standard Charter Spectrum contracts include an arbitration clause, which FairShake can help you take action under.)

Guide to Consumer Contract Vocabulary and Terms

This general guide to understanding themes in consumer contracts should not be read as an interpretation of your specific Charter Spectrum contract nor as legal advice. For specific information you should read the language of your Charter Spectrum contract and/or seek legal advice:

For more information on consumer contract basics, check out Nolo.com’s overview

  • Who are the parties to the contract?
    • Consumer agreements are generally between the consumer and the company, including any subsidiaries, assignees, or agents of the company
    • In certain instances, the “consumer” label will be extended to third parties
      • For example, if a guest in your house uses your television they can also be bound by your contract with your cable provider
  • How do I accept the contract?
    • Consumer agreements are typically accepted by simply using or paying for the service or product offered by Charter Spectrum
    • The consumer is presumed to have read and understood the agreement once accepted
  • What am I accepting in the contract?
    • Each consumer agreement is unique, but they commonly include these sections:
      • Services → outlines the company’s obligations towards the consumer
      • Charges → outlines the consumer’s financial obligations towards the company
      • Privacy Information → outlines the personal data that the company may collect from you, how it will be used, and any options for the consumer
      • Termination → outlines the circumstances which allow the company to end the relationship
        • Many consumer agreements allow the company to terminate the relationship at any time for any reason
      • Limitations of Liability → limits the amount of exposure a company faces in the event a claim is made by the consumer
        • Governed by applicable law and will not apply if contrary to it
        • Often limits the kind of damages the consumer can seek
        • Common terms found within this section:
          • Indemnification → in the consumer context, indemnity protects companies from harms that they did not cause
            • For example, it may release the company from any liability caused by the consumer or a third party.
          • Statute of limitations → defines the amount of time a consumer has to bring a claim after the harm is suffered
          • Must comply with applicable law
          • Severability → if some of the terms are held to be illegal or otherwise unenforceable, the remainder will still apply
      • Dispute Resolution → outlines the process that either party can take against the other to hold them legally accountable for a harm that has been suffered
        • Most consumer agreements require mandatory arbitration
        • Arbitration is a process in which the parties submit their dispute to a third-party arbitrator and they issue a decision
        • The consumer agreement will often define the mandatory arbitration process, including the rules, governing law, fee structure, and location
        • Agreeing to mandatory arbitration means a consumer waives their right to litigate the case through class action or a jury trial
        • Some consumer agreements have opt-out provisions that allow consumers to pursue claims in court if they notify the company within a certain amount of days after accepting the agreement

Charter Spectrum's Contract

As of Sept. 2020

Spectrum Residential General Terms and Conditions of Service

In addition to these Residential General Terms and Conditions of Service (“General Terms”), You, individually (“You” or “Subscriber”), and You, on behalf of every member of your household, current and future, every visitor to or guest in your household, and any other person who uses the Services (together with Subscriber, the “Subscriber Group”), agree to be bound by the terms of service applicable to the residential Spectrum service(s) to which You subscribe (hereafter, “Service” or “Services”), as well as the Spectrum Subscriber Privacy Notice, which may each be found at www.spectrum.com, under “Terms of Service/Policies” and “Your Privacy Rights,” as such may be updated from time to time (collectively, the “Terms of Service”) and are incorporated herein by this reference. In the event of any conflict between these General Terms below and the Service-specific Terms of Service, the Service-specific Terms of Service shall control. For purposes of these Terms of Service, all references to “Spectrum” mean Charter Communications Operating, LLC and any of its affiliates or subsidiaries providing Subscriber the Services (including third parties Spectrum may retain to provide the Services).

If Spectrum provides Spectrum Voice™ service in Subscriber’s area, it will be provided through the Spectrum phone service affiliate servicing Subscriber’s area.

Subscriber’s signature on the work order presented upon installation of Services, the Subscriber Group’s use of Services, and/or any other form of signature or action indicating intention to use (e.g., online acceptance, e-signature or breaking the seal on the box of a self-installation kit, activation of service) are evidence of Subscriber Group’s agreement to these General Terms which incorporate the Terms of Service. Spectrum may change its prices, fees, the Services, and/or the Terms of Service. The Subscriber Group’s continued use of the Services after notice of the change shall be considered Subscriber’s acknowledgement and acceptance of the changes, and the most-recent version of these Terms of Service controls Subscriber’s relationship with Spectrum and Spectrum’s provision of Services to Subscriber. The current version of the Terms of Service may be found at www.spectrum.com under “Terms of Service/Policies.” Subscriber may not modify these General Terms, the Service-specific Terms of Service, or the Spectrum Subscriber Privacy Notice by making any typed, handwritten, or any other changes to it for any purpose. This is a binding legal document. In the event that a portion of the Services is terminated, or any aspect of it is changed, any remaining Service or replacement Service will continue to be governed by these General Terms and Terms of Service incorporated herein.

These General Terms and the Terms of Service do not apply to services sold under the Spectrum Business brand.

THESE GENERAL TERMS CONTAIN (1) A BINDING ARBITRATION PROVISION, WHICH INCLUDES A WAIVER OF YOUR RIGHT TO BRING CLAIMS AS CLASS ACTIONS; (2) A LIMITATION ON YOUR RIGHT TO BRING CLAIMS AGAINST SPECTRUM MORE THAN 1 YEAR AFTER THE RELEVANT EVENTS OCCURRED; AND (3) THE RIGHT TO OPT OUT OF THE FOREGOING PROVISIONS. THESE PROVISIONS AFFECT SUBSCRIBER’S RIGHTS UNDER THESE GENERAL TERMS WITH RESPECT TO ALL SERVICES. SEE SECTION 29 FOR DETAILS ON THESE PROVISIONS.

1. Payment of Charges: Subscriber will be billed monthly, in advance, for Services to be received, plus pro-rata charges, if any, for periods not previously billed. Billing may commence on or after the earlier to occur of (a) the activation of any Service, (b) confirmed delivery of service Equipment, (c) 8 days after Subscriber’s placement of a Service order or (d) shipment of devices or equipment. Subscriber will be billed monthly in arrears for all Services used including without limitation, Pay Per View, On Demand, per unit or minute usage charges, roaming, or other Services ordered where charges are based on actual usage or on orders placed during the previous month. Subscriber shall pay all monthly charges and all applicable fees and taxes by the due date as listed on the Spectrum monthly bill(s), which may be sent by multiple, separate invoices and/or exclusively by online presentation depending on respective Service subscription. Payment methods, including Credit Card, Debit Cards and Checks will be stored for future use by the subscriber. It shall be Subscriber’s obligation to review bills as presented on line.

Subscriber shall notify Spectrum of disputed charges or items within sixty (60) days of invoice receipt or online posting, or longer as required by applicable law. Failure to pay charges billed when due (including checks returned for insufficient funds) may result in discontinuance of all Services, the removal of all Equipment (as defined in Section 7 below) and/or imposition of a late payment or service charge. If the Subscriber has more than one account (business and/or residential) served by Spectrum, all Spectrum-provided Services at all locations may be subject to suspension or discontinuance of Service in the event any one account remains unpaid, and Spectrum may apply any funds received from Subscriber first to such delinquent account(s). Should Subscriber wish to resume Service after any suspension, Subscriber may be subject to reconnection fees. Should Subscriber wish to resume Service after termination of Service, Spectrum may charge fees for installation, service calls and/or activation and reserves the right to charge rates different from those in place at the time of disconnect. These fees are in addition to all past due charges and other fees. In the event collection activities are required, additional collection charges may be imposed.

Charges may apply for service visits when Spectrum-owned equipment is not the cause of any service degradation, outage, or other problem with your service.

Charges may apply for any Subscriber-requested transaction assistance from a Spectrum Customer Service Representative. Subscriber’s first bill may include partial-month charges for Service received, first month’s per unit or minute usage charges, applicable installment plan charges, and/or other applicable monthly Service charges. If partial payment is made of any bill and without waiving its right to collect the full balance owed, Spectrum will apply that payment to any outstanding charges in the amounts and proportions that it determines.

Subscriber agrees and understands that by entering into the financial arrangement described herein, except to the limited extent Subscriber is purchasing devices (each a “Subscriber Purchased Device”) from Spectrum under an installment plan agreement, Spectrum is not extending Subscriber any credit and therefore Spectrum and Subscriber are not entering into a consumer credit or similar transaction. Sales of any Subscriber Purchased Device(s) are final upon the earlier to occur of the effective date of any applicable installment plan agreement therefor or the opening of the respective packaging thereof, and Spectrum disclaims any and all responsibility for the returns, replacement, repair, or maintenance of such device(s), with respect to which the Subscriber shall look exclusively to the manufacturer of such device(s).

2. Recurring Auto Pay or One-Time Payment services by Electronic Payment Terms: The following Electronic Payment Terms apply to Spectrum’s recurring Auto Pay or One-Time Payment services that Subscriber may elect to receive.

a. By participating in the Auto Pay service or One-Time payment service, Subscriber is (i) representing that Subscriber is the authorized user of the debit card, credit card, or banking account used to make payment to Spectrum, and (ii) authorizing Spectrum to store such account number for future use of such services. Spectrum reserves the right to terminate Subscriber’s continued participation in the Auto Pay or One Time payment service for any reason, including without limitation late payment, non-payment, or fraudulent payment of Subscriber’s bill. b. By electing to enroll in Spectrum’s online Auto Pay Service, Subscriber has authorized Spectrum to obtain payment of Subscriber’s then-current statement balance each month by direct transfer of funds from Subscriber’s selected financial institution or credit card account.

c. Spectrum will send the applicable of Subscriber’s monthly bill statement or notice of online posting of such statement to Subscriber prior to Subscriber’s payment due date. The amount shown as due on the monthly bill statement will constitute notice to Subscriber of any variance in amount from the bill payment amount paid in the previous month by Auto Pay. The balance shown as due on Subscriber’s statement view will be deducted on or around the payment due date.

d. Payment of Subscriber’s Spectrum bill on a recurring basis through Auto Pay may be required for subscription to some Services and for purchase from Spectrum of certain Subscriber Purchased Devices. Subscriber has the right to revoke the recurring Auto Pay arrangement with Spectrum at any time, except for those services where Auto Pay is required. Any revocation of Subscriber’s authorization to pay the Spectrum bill through an Auto Pay arrangement will not take effect until after receipt by Spectrum, and will result in the discontinuance of Auto Pay bill payment(s). After cancelation of Auto Pay bill payment, Subscriber will be responsible for taking appropriate action each month to pay the Spectrum bill.

e. To get a copy a Subscriber’s online Auto Pay confirmation for Subscriber’s records, Subscriber must print or save such document to Subscriber’s computer.

f. Subscriber is solely responsible for ensuring that contact information, such as email address, and financial information, such as credit card, checking or savings account number, are current and accurate at all times. Subscriber must notify Spectrum of any change in credit card, checking or savings account information and complete another Auto Pay authorization form to have the Spectrum bill paid on a recurring basis using any new or changed debit or credit card, checking or savings account number or information. Subscriber can update existing Auto Pay account information on the My Spectrum mobile app or on Spectrum.net/myaccount. It may take at least one billing cycle after any change made in credit card, checking or savings account number or information for any payments made using these Services to be processed. In the meantime, Subscriber will remain solely responsible for taking appropriate actions to ensure that bill payments are made when due. The One Time Pay and Auto Pay services are provided for personal, non-commercial use only, and Subscriber is prohibited from using these services for any illegal activity or purpose, including payment fraud or identity theft.

g. By electing to use the One Time Pay and Auto Pay services, Subscriber agrees that Spectrum may provide You legal notices regarding the Electronic Payment Terms, the Terms of Service, payments made, and other relevant information or records attributable to transactions Subscriber makes using the One Time Pay and Auto Pay services, in electronic form only. Subscriber cannot withdraw consent to receive such electronic notice, records, or disclosure if Subscriber elects to continue to use the One Time Pay and Auto Pay services.

h. It is Subscriber’s responsibility to protect the confidentiality of any user name or password used in connection with these One Time Pay and Auto Pay services. Spectrum recommends that Subscriber not share user name or password with any unauthorized user, because such disclosures might provide unauthorized access to Subscriber’s account information. If Subscriber believes Subscriber’s password or other means to access the Spectrum account has been lost, stolen, or otherwise compromised, Subscriber must notify Spectrum immediately at 855-707-7328.

i. Without limitation, Spectrum shall have no liability or responsibility for its inability to process or receive payments Subscriber makes or attempts to make using the One Time Pay or Auto Pay services or otherwise to perform its responsibilities under these Electronic Terms in the event circumstances beyond Spectrum’s control prevent Spectrum from doing so or otherwise affect Spectrum’s ability to do so.

j. Subscriber is responsible for all fees and costs related to maintaining a valid payment method including processing charges or annual costs.

SPECTRUM’S SOLE AND ENTIRE LIABILITY AND SUBSRIBER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE PROCESSING OR DEDUCTION OF AN INCORRECT TRANSFER OF FUNDS HEREUNDER SHALL BE THE RETURN TO YOU OF THE IMPORPERLY TRANSFERRED FUNDS.

3. Payment by Check; Returned Items; Third Party Processing: If Subscriber makes payment by check, Subscriber authorizes Spectrum to collect such payment electronically. Subscriber may not amend or modify these General Terms with any restrictive endorsements (such as “paid in full”), releases, or other statements on or accompanying checks or other payments accepted by Spectrum; any of which notations shall have no legal effect. Whether paying by check, One-Time Pay, Auto Pay services, or any form of electronic funds transfer from a banking account, Subscriber hereby authorizes Spectrum to collect any declined amount electronically from the subject account. In addition, Subscriber’s Service may be suspended and/or terminated.

Subscriber shall be responsible for any payment processing fees incurred when using a third party to process Subscriber’s payments to Spectrum. Any NSF charge is in addition to any charges Subscriber’s financial institution may assess. If initially rejected, Spectrum will make additional multiple attempts to execute such electronic payment for up to 30 days following the initial refusal. At the end of the 30-day period, if there has not been a successful payment, the applicable of Subscriber’s Auto Pay or One Time Pay authorization will be terminated.

4. Spectrum Refund Policy/30-Day Guarantee. Subject to additional provisions that may be applicable to equipment returns, new Subscribers (those who have not been Spectrum customers for 90 days prior to subscription) qualify to have all levels of subscription Service refunded/credited if not fully satisfied with the Service. Current Subscribers adding a new level of subscription Service qualify to receive a refund/credit only on those newly added Services not received within the previous 90 days. Such refund is valid for customers who pay for their first month of new or upgraded monthly recurring subscription Services. Pay-Per-View and other non-recurring subscription purchases are not refundable nor are any related installation fees that may apply. Subscriber is limited to one refund or credit per household for a maximum of 30 days of Service. Refunds/credits will be given only when request for cancellation of Service is received by Spectrum within 45 days of installation of Service (30 days subscribing to the Service, plus 15 day grace period for formal request of refund/credit). Any equipment associated with the new subscription must be returned prior to release of refund/credit. Any state taxes, franchise fees and other fees or charges that may apply are the responsibility of the Subscriber and will not be refunded or credited. Other restrictions per any offer apply.

5. Service Bundle Discounts: Spectrum reserves the right to offer and Subscriber may elect to subscribe to a combination of Spectrum Services for which a bundle discount applies (“Bundled Services”). In the event Subscriber terminates any Service component of such Bundled Services or Spectrum terminates such Service component based on Subscriber’s failure to comply with the Terms of Service, Spectrum reserves the right to revert the pricing of the remaining Service(s) to the applicable undiscounted price for such Service(s).

6. Monthly Subscription Services: Subject to restrictions under applicable law, if any, and without abrogating Section 4 – “Spectrum Refund Policy/30-Day Guarantee”, Subscriber shall be responsible for the full monthly charge (without pro-ration) for those Services that are offered on a monthly subscription basis to which the Subscriber has subscribed, regardless of Subscriber’s termination of such monthly Service prior to the conclusion of the respective subscription month, and for charges for per program, Pay Per View, On Demand, per event or program Cable Services ordered or per unit or minute usage charges, or roaming used by the Subscriber or other Services ordered where charges are based on actual usage or on orders placed during the previous month.

7. Spectrum Property: All Spectrum-provided equipment distributed to and/or installed for use in the Subscriber’s service location(s) by or on behalf of Spectrum (“Equipment”) remains the property of Spectrum, except for the “cable home wiring” as defined at 47 C.F.R. §76.5(ll) (“Wiring”) and excluding certain Subscriber Purchased Devices that Subscriber has purchased from Spectrum outright or under an installment agreement or any other device ownership of which Spectrum has conveyed to Subscriber (e.g., modems, streaming or edge devices; collectively, “Conveyed Devices”). Equipment and Wiring installed at the Subscriber’s Service location are intended to remain at the specific Service location and must not be used or relocated off such premises without Spectrum authorization. Subscriber must return all Equipment upon substitution of use or termination of Service. Failure to do so will result in a charge to be determined in accordance with Spectrum’s then current schedule of charges for non-returned Equipment, which amount shall be due immediately. Subscriber agrees to pay such charge whether the Equipment is lost (through theft or otherwise), damaged or destroyed.

8. Disruption of Service: All Services are provided on an “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE” basis. In no event shall Spectrum be liable for any failure or interruption of Service, including without limitation those failures and interruptions resulting in part or entirely from circumstances beyond Spectrum’s reasonable control. Subject to applicable law, Spectrum may give credit with respect to Subscriber’s recurring monthly subscription fee for qualifying outages of Services.

9. Equipment: Excluding certain Subscriber Purchased Devices sold by Spectrum for which separate terms and conditions may apply or Conveyed Devices, Spectrum will repair and/or replace damaged or defective Equipment, if any, as long as such damage or defect was not caused by misuse or other improper operations or handling by Subscriber. Spectrum shall have the right to presume misuse or other improper operations or handling by Subscriber in the event Subscriber requests repair or replacement more than twice in any twelve (12) month period, or more than three times in any twenty-four (24) month period, and shall have no obligation to fulfill any such repair or replacement. Spectrum is not responsible for the maintenance or repair of Subscriber-provided equipment, including but not limited to connected devices, mobile devices, home telephones, computers, modems, televisions, Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, or any other related Subscriber-provided equipment. A service charge may be imposed upon the dispatch of a technician if there is damage to Equipment due to negligent use or abuse or if no fault is discovered in Spectrum’s system or Equipment. Spectrum makes no warranties, with respect to Equipment or Service provided by Spectrum or with respect to the compatibility of the Service or the Equipment with any Subscriber-provided equipment.

ALL EQUIPMENT, WIRING, SUBSCRIBER PURCHASED DEVICES, AND CONVEYED DEVICES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS”, AND SPECTRUM HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, TITLE, AND FITNESS FOR A SPECIFIC PURPOSE.

SPECTRUM SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST BUSINESS, REVENUE, PROFITS, OR GOODWILL) ARISING FROM THE USE, DEPLOYMENT, AND/OR FUNCTIONALITY OF ITS EQUIPMENT, WIRING, SUBSCIBER PURCHASED DEVICES, OR CONVEYED DEVICES. SPECTRUM HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL CLAIMS ARISING FROM OR ASSOCIATED WITH THE FAILURE, OPERABILITY, PERFORMANCE, DEFECTS OR LOSS, LIABILITY OR DAMAGES ARISING FROM USE OF SUBSCRIBER PURCHASED DEVICES OR CONVEYED DEVICES, ANY OF WHICH SHALL REMAIN MATTERS EXCLUSIVELY BETWEEN THE SUBSCRIBER AND THE MANUFACTURER OF SUCH DEVICES.

Spectrum’s sole obligation and Subscriber’s sole remedy with respect to any liability or damage caused by Subscriber’s use or deployment of Equipment or Wiring shall be a refund of fees paid by Subscriber for such Equipment for the previous billing month/cycle.

10. Subscriber Property: Spectrum assumes no responsibility and shall have no responsibility for the condition or repair of any Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, or Subscriber-provided equipment/software. Subscriber is responsible for the repair and maintenance of Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, and any other Subscriber-provided equipment/software. Spectrum is not responsible or liable for any loss or impairment of Spectrum’s Service due in whole or in part to a malfunction, defect or otherwise caused by Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, or Subscriber-provided equipment/software.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, Subscriber agrees to allow Spectrum and our agents the right (A) to install hardware in, (B) send software downloads to, and (C) install, access configure, maintain, inspect or upgrade Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, or any other Subscriber-provided equipment to the extent necessary to provide Service. Subscriber warrants that Subscriber is either the owner of such equipment or that Subscriber has the authority to give Spectrum access to it.

11. Taxes/Fees: Subscriber agrees to pay any local, state or federal taxes and fees imposed or levied on or with respect to the Services, the Equipment, Wiring, Subscriber Purchased Devices, Conveyed Devices, or installation or service charges incurred with respect to the same (including franchise fees).

With respect to fees and taxes, including franchise fees, imposed by applicable government and regulatory authorities, Spectrum will review the amount it collects in such fees and taxes on a quarterly and annual basis. In the event Spectrum determines that it has collected any fees and/or taxes in excess of sums due to governmental and regulatory authorities, Spectrum will begin refunding such excess fees and taxes to current subscribers within 15 months of the end of each calendar year. Please be aware that, by law in some cases, Subscriber may be billed for taxes and fees that relate to time periods before Subscriber began receiving Services. However, by law, Spectrum will not bill Subscriber for these fees more than 4 years after the year they were incurred by Spectrum. Franchise fees resulting from an audit by the applicable franchising authority are incurred at the time those fees are assessed.

12. Care of Spectrum Property and Service: Subscriber agrees that neither Subscriber nor any other person (except Spectrum’s authorized personnel) will: (A) open, tamper with, service, or make any alterations to the Equipment or Wiring; nor (B) remove or relocate any Equipment or Wiring from the service address of initial installation. Any alteration, tampering, removal, or the use of Equipment or Wiring which permits the receipt of Services without authorization or the receipt of Services to an unauthorized number of outlets, or to unauthorized locations, constitutes theft of Service and is prohibited. Notwithstanding the foregoing, upon receipt of a request by Subscriber, Spectrum shall relocate the Equipment for Subscriber within Subscriber’s home at a time mutually agreed to by Spectrum and Subscriber. Subscriber may incur a charge for such relocation and should consult a current Spectrum schedule of rates and charges prior to requesting such relocation. If the Subscriber moves residences outside of Spectrum’s service area, Subscriber shall notify Spectrum that these General Terms shall be terminated and the provisions of Section 17 shall apply to such termination.

13. Access to Subscriber Premises: Subscriber authorizes Spectrum and its employees, agents, contractors and representatives to access and otherwise enter the Subscriber’s premises to install, inspect, maintain and/or repair the Equipment or Wiring and, upon the termination of Service, to remove the Equipment from the premises. Spectrum’s failure to remove its Equipment shall not be deemed abandonment thereof. If the installation and maintenance of Service are requested at premises that, in Spectrum’s sole discretion, are or may become hazardous or dangerous to our employees, the public or property, Spectrum may refuse to install and maintain such Service.

14. Acknowledgments and Consent Regarding Recording of Communications and Contact Rights:

a. Recording of Communications. Subscriber acknowledges and agrees that all communications between Subscriber and Spectrum may be recorded or monitored by Spectrum for quality assurance or other purposes subject to applicable law.

b. Consent to Phone Calls and other Means of Communication. Spectrum may call or text Subscriber or authorize others to call or text Subscriber on its behalf including but not limited to at any number Subscriber provides to Spectrum (or that Spectrum issues to Subscriber) for any purpose, including marketing Spectrum’s services. Subscriber may not revoke Subscriber’s consent to receive collection-related communications or any other non-marketing communication/notice pertaining to Subscriber’s Service account (e.g., default, service message, etc.), including via calls, messages, texts, or any other means. If Subscriber’s numbers are included on state or federal “do not call” lists, Spectrum will not call or text Subscriber for marketing purposes. Subscriber is responsible for charges for incoming text messages on Subscriber’s wireless phone(s).

c. Robo-Calls. Spectrum (or persons acting on Spectrum’s behalf) may use automated dialing systems or artificial or recorded voices to contact Subscriber or leave Subscriber messages if the call goes to voicemail.

d. Other Notices. Subscriber authorizes Spectrum to provide other notices to Subscriber using any method Spectrum determines appropriate, including by electronic means (for example, email or online posting).

e. Other Consents. Spectrum may ask Subscriber to provide other consents or authorizations, including by electronic means, email or Subscriber’s equipment (for instance, using Subscriber’s remote control to purchase a VOD movie, to request information regarding an advertiser’s products or to “opt in” to a consumer study), and Spectrum is entitled to assume that any consent or authorization Spectrum receives through the Services or from Subscriber’s location has been authorized by Subscriber.

f. Email Address for Notice. Upon Spectrum’s request, Subscriber will provide Spectrum with a current email address that Subscriber regularly checks so that Spectrum may provide notices and communications to Subscriber at that address.

Spectrum’s right to contact Subscriber as described in this Section survives the termination of these Terms of Service.

Subscriber’s Right to Opt Out of Certain Robo-Calls. If Subscriber does not wish to receive marketing calls, messages, or texts from Spectrum via automated dialing systems or pre-recorded messages on Subscriber’s cellular phone, Subscriber may visit our websites to manage communication preferences. Subscriber understands that these straightforward procedures are the exclusive ways to opt-out of such calls. Subscriber also agrees to allow Spectrum sixty (60) business days to honor Subscriber’s request, and further agrees that Spectrum will not be liable for any calls or texts to Subscriber in the interim.

Subscriber understands that Spectrum will continue to use automated dialing systems or pre-recorded messages on Subscriber’s cellular phone or landline to communicate non-marketing billing notifications, service notifications, appointment confirmations, and account status updates.

15. Secure Connection Requirements. Without abrogating or otherwise limiting Subscriber’s separate obligations to secure Subscriber’s account and equipment under the Terms of Service, Spectrum shall have the right to implement reasonable measures necessary to track, manage, and/or ensure the security of its network facilities, the video, phone, and/or Internet signals Spectrum transmits or receives, and the connection between any device or application used by Subscriber, members of Subscriber’s household, Subscriber’s guests, or any third parties and Spectrum’s Equipment, system, or other network facilities (whether by physical, WiFi, wireless, software, or other means of connection), including without limitation authentication, access security, or other processes and means.

Without limiting any other rights Spectrum may have under the Terms of Service, Spectrum shall have the right to suspend, freeze, or otherwise cease Service or network access in the event and to the extent necessary to address any network or security concern that may arise with regard to activity on or through, conditions arising from or caused by the use, availability of, or access enabled at or through Subscriber’s Service, Service location, equipment, or account.

16. Assignment or Transfer: These General Terms and the Services and/or Equipment supplied by Spectrum are not assignable or otherwise transferable by Subscriber, without specific written authorization from Spectrum.

17. Termination and Expiration:

a. Termination by Subscriber: Unless otherwise terminated, these General Terms shall automatically renew on a month-to-month basis. Subscriber acknowledges that upon such renewal all pricing is subject to change. To terminate any recurring Service, Subscribers must call 855-757-7328, or provide a hardcopy written notice of termination to Spectrum delivered to 2 Digital Place, Floor 4, Simpsonville, SC 29681, and in any event, any such Subscriber-requested termination shall not be effective before the date Spectrum receives such request.

b. Termination for Bankruptcy: Spectrum shall have the right to terminate these General Terms immediately in the event that Subscriber makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or a voluntary or involuntary petition is filed by or against Subscriber under any law having for its purpose the adjudication of Subscriber as a bankrupt or the reorganization of Subscriber.

c. Termination for Breach: In the event of any breach of the Terms of Service by Subscriber, the failure of Subscriber to abide by the rates, rules and regulations of Spectrum, the failure of Subscriber to provide and maintain accurate registration information, or any illegal activity by the Subscriber using any Service, these Terms of Service may, at Spectrum’s option, be terminated and the Equipment removed. Failure of Spectrum to remove such Equipment shall not be deemed abandonment thereof. Subscriber shall pay reasonable collection and/or attorney’s fees to Spectrum in the event that Spectrum shall, in its discretion, find it necessary to enforce collection or to preserve and protect its rights under these General Terms. Spectrum may terminate these Terms of Service or Spectrum may reject an application or block access to or use of any component of any Service for any reason including, but not limited to, if:

  I. Subscriber violated these General Terms as to this or another Spectrum account;

  II. The information required in the application process is or becomes incorrect, absent or incomplete;

  III. Subscriber threatened or harassed any Spectrum employee, agent, contractor or representative (e.g., by abusive language, physical threats, etc.);

  IV. Subscriber’s credit card issuer refuses a charge or any other payment method fails to compensate Spectrum;

  V. There is a violation of the Terms of Service or other agreements with respect to any Service, as determined in the sole discretion of Spectrum; or

  VI. The amount of technical support required to be provided to Subscriber is excessive as determined in the sole discretion of Spectrum.

Subscriber further agrees that in the event of termination pursuant to subsections (b) or (c), Spectrum shall have no liability to Subscriber.

d. Obligations Upon Termination: The Subscriber agrees that upon termination of the Terms of Service:

  I. Subject to Section 1 of the Residential Cable Services Agreement, if applicable, Subscriber will pay Spectrum in full for Subscriber’s use of the Equipment and the Services, as applicable, up to the later of the effective date of termination of the Terms of Service, the date on which the Service has been disconnected, or the date on which the Equipment is returned to Spectrum.;

  II. Subscriber will promptly return all Equipment to Spectrum. In the event that Subscriber fails to return any Equipment within ten (10) days of the termination of the Terms of Service in addition to Equipment charges contemplated hereunder, Subscriber shall be liable to Spectrum in accordance with Spectrum’s then current schedule of charges for non-returned Equipment.

e. Renewal after Cancellation or Termination: Subscriber acknowledges and agrees that in the event of renewal after cancellation or termination of a Service, Subscriber shall be subject to the pricing, warranties, and Terms of Service as are effective at the time of such renewal.

18. Spectrum’s Right to Pursue Remedies and Subscriber’s Indemnification Obligations. If Subscriber breaches the Terms of Service, Spectrum has the right to seek compensation from Subscriber for such breach through arbitration or, if Subscriber has opted out of these General Terms’ arbitration provision or we are seeking an order requiring you to do or refrain from doing something, in court. Additionally, if any person or entity brings a claim against Spectrum that arises out of Subscriber’s relationship with Spectrum, the Services provided to Subscriber, the Terms of Service, or Subscriber’s breach thereof or failure to comply therewith, Subscriber will indemnify, defend (at Spectrum’s exclusive election), and release Spectrum from and against liability and reimburse Spectrum for any losses that Spectrum may incur, including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs, resulting from such claim. Subscriber’s responsibilities under this Section cover any dispute, whether arising under contract, tort (for example, a negligence or product liability claim), violation of law or regulation or any other legal theory.

19. Security Deposit: Any security deposit required of Subscriber for the Equipment or Spectrum’s Service will be due and payable upon the first monthly billing. Such security deposits will be returned to Subscriber within sixty (60) days of termination of Spectrum’s Service so long as payment has been made for all amounts due on Subscriber’s account and Subscriber has returned the Equipment undamaged. If Spectrum is holding a deposit on Subscriber’s account, Spectrum has the right to apply the deposited amount against any outstanding balance or shortfall in payments.

20. Advance Payment: Advance payment may be required under certain circumstances including without limitation when specific Service offer conditions require it, Subscribers are unable or unwilling to provide information to establish credit worthiness or have an unsatisfactory credit rating. The advance payment will be equal to the applicable installation charge and one month of recurring charges, excluding taxes, fees and surcharges. The advance payment will appear as a credit and be applied to the first monthly bill. Spectrum reserves the right to refuse Service if the Subscriber fails to fulfill standard credit requirements. After Service has been established, the Subscriber will be responsible for the payment of all applicable charges, including taxes, fees and surcharges to avoid discontinuance of Service.

21. Content and Services: All Services are subject to change in accordance with applicable law.

22. Rates: All rates are subject to change in accordance with applicable law.

23. Late Fee: If Subscriber’s account is 30 days past due, Subscriber may be charged an applicable late fee in addition to Subscriber’s past due balance at Spectrum’s then current rate. If Subscriber’s account thereafter remains unpaid, Subscriber’s Services may be suspended or disconnected. Subscriber can avoid incurring late fees by paying Subscriber’s monthly bill promptly. Any late fees assessed are not considered interest credit service charges, finance charges or penalties. Spectrum expects that Subscriber will pay for Services on a timely basis. Spectrum does not extend credit to customers, except to the limited extent Subscriber is purchasing Subscriber Purchased Devices from Spectrum under an installment plan agreement.

24. Disclaimer: Spectrum assumes no liability for any program, services, content or information distributed on or through the Services and Spectrum expressly disclaims any responsibility or liability for Subscriber’s use thereof. Further, Spectrum shall not be responsible for any products, merchandise or prizes promoted or purchased through the use of the Services.

25. Right to Make Credit Inquiries: Subscriber authorizes Spectrum to make inquiries and to receive information about Subscriber’s credit experiences, including Subscriber’s credit report, from others, to enter this information in Subscriber’s file, and to disclose this information concerning Subscriber to appropriate third parties for reasonable business purposes.

26. Spectrum’s Reservation of Rights: Spectrum reserves the right to refuse, suspend or terminate Service to any person at any time for any reason not prohibited by law. When practical, Spectrum will provide notice that is reasonable under the circumstances before suspending or terminating Service to an existing Subscriber, and Spectrum will provide any prior notice of suspension or termination that is required by law.

27. Indemnification: In requesting and accepting Spectrum Services, Subscriber agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold Spectrum, including its officers, directors, employees, affiliates, subsidiaries, and authorized agents (individually and collectively, “Spectrum Indemnitees”) harmless from and against any and all demands, claims, suits, judgments, expenses (including without limitation reasonable attorney or witness fees), loss, damages to, or destruction of personal, real, or intellectual property, bodily injury or death of any person, and other liabilities arising from:

a. The installation, operation, provision, or other use of Spectrum Services and/or Equipment;

b. Any violation of Spectrum’s Terms of Service, Acceptable Use Policy, or other published policies or requirements;

c. The negligence, willful misconduct, violation of a third party’s rights, or failure to comply with applicable law by (i) Subscriber, (ii) members of Subscriber’s household, or (iii) Subscriber’s guests, or (iv) any other person using the Services provided to Subscriber;

d. Libel or slander resulting from any use of the Services by (i) Subscriber, (ii) members of Subscriber’s household, (iii) Subscriber’s guests, or (iv) any other person using the Services provided to Subscriber;

e. Infringement or misappropriation of any patent, copyright, trademark, trade name, service mark, trade secret, or other intellectual property rights (whether by transmission or material or otherwise) by (i) Subscriber, (ii) members of Subscriber’s household, (iii) Subscriber’s guests, or (iv) any other person using the Services provided to Subscriber, including that effected through combination of Subscriber’s use of the respective Service(s) with facilities, equipment, or services provided or used by Subscriber or obtained from third parties;

f. Any unauthorized, unlawful, or fraudulent use of or access to the Services, except as otherwise provided by applicable law; and

g. Any infringement or invasion of the right of privacy of any person or persons, caused or claimed to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the installation, operation, failure to operate, maintenance, removal, presence, condition, or use of the 911 or E-911 service features and the equipment associated therewith, or by the use of any Voice Services furnished by Spectrum in connection with the 911 or E-911 service, including but not limited to, the telephone number, address or name associated with the telephone used by persons accessing 911 or E-911 service thereunder, and/or that which arises out of the negligence or other wrongful act of (i) Subscriber, (ii) members of Subscriber’s household, (iii) Subscriber’s guests, or (ii) any other person using the Services provided to Subscriber.

The foregoing defense and indemnity obligations exclude damages to the extent caused by the gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Spectrum Indemnitees. Subscriber agrees that Spectrum Indemnitees are not liable for any damages or liability resulting from the loss of Services (whether Internet, Cable, Voice, or other Services), nor will Subscriber make any claims or undertake any actions against Spectrum Indemnitees for loss of Service. Subscriber shall be solely responsible for any damage to or loss of Spectrum Equipment, unless such damage or loss is caused solely by the negligence or willful misconduct of Spectrum Indemnitees.

LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SET FORTH IN THIS SECTION APPLY TO ANY ACTS, OMISSIONS AND NEGLIGENCE OF SPECTRUM AND ITS THIRD PARTY SERVICE PROVIDERS, AGENTS AND SUPPLIERS (AND EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, CONTRACTORS OR REPRESENTATIVES).

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SPECTRUM BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SERVICE OR ANY ACTS OR OMISSIONS ASSOCIATED THEREWITH, INCLUDING ANY ACTS OR OMISSIONS BY THIRD PARTY SERVICE PROVIDERS OR ANY MANUFACTURER OF SUBSCRIBER PURCHASED DEVICES OR CONVEYED DEVICES, AGENTS OR SUBCONTRACTORS OF SPECTRUM, OR RELATING TO ANY SERVICES FURNISHED, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON BREACH OF WARRANTY, CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, AND REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSES OF SUCH LOSS OR DAMAGES OR WHETHER ANY OTHER REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN FAILS. SPECTRUM’S ENTIRE LIABILITY AND CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY WITH RESPECT TO THE USE OF THE SERVICES OR ANY BREACH BY SPECTRUM OF ANY OBLIGATION SPECTRUM MAY HAVE UNDER THESE TERMS OF SERVICE OR APPLICABLE LAW, SHALL BE CUSTOMER’S ABILITY TO TERMINATE THE SERVICE OR TO OBTAIN THE REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF ANY DEFECTIVE EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY SPECTRUM. IN NO EVENT SHALL SPECTRUM’S LIABILITY TO CUSTOMER FOR ANY CLAIM ARISING OUT OF THESE GENERAL TERMS EXCEED THE AMOUNT PAID BY CUSTOMER DURING THE PRECEDING THIRTY (30) DAY PERIOD.

SUBSCRIBER ALSO AGREES THAT IT SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO BRING ANY CLAIM WHATSOEVER AGAINST SPECTRUM THAT RESULTS IN WHOLE OR IN PART FROM SUBSCRIBER’S FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE GENERAL TERMS.

THIS SECTION SHALL SURVIVE THE TERMINATION OF THESE GENERAL TERMS.

28. Privacy Policy. Spectrum will provide Subscriber with a copy of its customer privacy policy at the time Spectrum provides Service to Subscriber, and annually afterwards, or as otherwise required by law. Subscriber can view the most current version of our privacy notice by going to “www.spectrum.com, and then “Your Privacy Rights.” Subscriber assumes sole responsibility for all privacy, security and other risks associated with providing personally identifiable information to third parties via the Service. To the extent that Spectrum is expressly required to do so by applicable law, Spectrum will provide notice to Subscriber of a breach of the security of certain personally identifiable information about Subscriber. Subscriber agrees that Spectrum may collect and disclose information concerning Subscriber and Subscriber’s use of Service in the manner and for the purposes set forth herein and in Spectrum’s privacy policy. In order to protect the privacy of Subscriber’s account information, Spectrum may require that Subscriber use a security code or other method, in addition to the user name and password, to confirm Subscriber’s identity when requesting or otherwise accessing account information or making changes to Subscriber’s Service through Spectrum’s customer service representatives. Subscriber may also choose to designate an authorized user of Subscriber’s account (an “Authorized User”), who will be able to access Subscriber’s account information and make changes to Subscriber’s account. Once established, an Authorized User may be required to authenticate his/her identity in the same manner according to Spectrum’s policies.

29. ARBITRATION. The following provisions are important with respect to the agreement between Subscriber and Spectrum regarding Spectrum’s Services memorialized by these General Terms.

PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THAT SUBSCRIBER UNDERSTANDS EACH PROVISION. These General Terms require the use of arbitration to resolve disputes and otherwise limits the remedies available to Subscriber in the event of a dispute.

Subject to the “Exclusions” paragraph below, Spectrum and Subscriber agree to arbitrate disputes and claims arising out of or relating to these General Terms, the Services, the Equipment, or marketing of the Services Subscriber has received from Spectrum. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may bring an individual action on any matter or subject in small claims court.

THESE GENERAL TERMS MEMORIALIZE A TRANSACTION IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE.THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT GOVERNS THE INTERPRETATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THESE ARBITRATION PROVISIONS.

A party who intends to seek arbitration must first send to the other a written notice of intent to arbitrate, entitled “Notice of Intent to Arbitrate” (“Notice”). The Notice to Spectrum should be addressed to: VP and Associate General Counsel, Litigation, Charter Communications, 12405 Powerscourt Drive, St. Louis, MO 63131 (“Arbitration Notice Address”). The Notice must: (1) describe the nature and basis of the claim or dispute; and (ii) set forth the specific relief sought. If we do not reach an agreement to resolve the claim within 30 days after the Notice is received, Subscriber or Spectrum may commence an arbitration proceeding, in which all issues are for the arbitrator to decide (including the scope of the arbitration clause), but the arbitrator shall be bound by the terms of these General Terms.

The arbitration shall be governed by the Commercial Arbitration Rules and the Supplementary Procedures for Consumer Related Disputes (collectively, “AAA Rules”) of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), as modified by these General Terms, and the arbitration shall be administered by the AAA. The AAA Rules and fee information are available at “www.adr.org,” by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879, or by writing to the Arbitration Notice Address.

SPECTRUM SHALL BEAR THE COST OF ANY ARBITRATION FILING FEES AND ARBITRATOR’S FEES FOR CLAIMS OF UP TO $75,000. SUBSCRIBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL OTHER ADDITIONAL COSTS THAT SUBSCRIBER INCURS IN THE ARBITRATION INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ATTORNEYS FEES OR EXPERT WITNESS COSTS UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUIRED OF SPECTRUM UNDER APPLICABLE LAW.

If the arbitrator’s award exceeds $75,000, either party may appeal such award to a three-arbitrator panel administered by the AAA and selected according to the AAA Rules, by filing a written notice of appeal within 30 days after the date of entry of the arbitration award. The appealing party must provide the other party with a copy of such appeal concurrently with its submission of the appeals notice to AAA. The three-arbitrator panel must issue its decision within 120 days of the date of the appealing party’s notice of appeal. The decision of the three-arbitrator panel shall be final and binding, except for any appellate right which may exist under the Federal Arbitration Act.

The parties may agree that arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of the documents submitted to the arbitrator, via a telephonic hearing, or by an in-person hearing as established by AAA rules.

SUBSCRIBER AGREES THAT, BY ENTERING INTO THIS AGREEMENT, SUBSCRIBER AND SPECTRUM ARE WAIVING THE RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JUDGE OR JURY.

Unless Spectrum and Subscriber agree otherwise in writing, all hearings conducted as part of the arbitration shall take place in the county (or parish) of Subscriber’s billing address.

The arbitrator may award injunctive relief only in favor of the party seeking relief, only to the extent sought, and only to the extent necessary to provide the specific relief warranted by such individual’s claim.

The parties agree that the arbitrator must give effect to the terms of these General Terms.

SUBSCRIBER AND SPECTRUM AGREE THAT CLAIMS MAY ONLY BE BROUGHT IN SUBSCRIBER’S INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AND NOT ON BEHALF OF, OR AS PART OF, A CLASS ACTION OR REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING

Furthermore, unless both Subscriber and Spectrum agree otherwise in writing, the arbitrator may not consolidate proceedings or more than one person’s claims and may not otherwise preside over any form of representative or class proceeding. If this specific paragraph is found to be unenforceable, then the entirety of these arbitration provisions shall be null and void and rendered of no further effect with respect to the specific claim at issue.

Right to Opt Out. If Subscriber does not wish to be bound by these arbitration provisions, Subscriber must notify Spectrum in writing within 30 days of (a) the date that this arbitration provision becomes effective, if Subscriber is an existing customer, or (b) the date that Subscriber first subscribes to the Service(s). Subscriber may opt out by mail to the Arbitration Notice Address. Subscriber’s written notification to Spectrum must include Subscriber’s name, address, and Spectrum account number as well as a clear statement that Subscriber does not wish to resolve disputes with Spectrum through arbitration. Subscriber’s decision to opt out of this arbitration provision will have no adverse effect on Subscriber’s relationship with Spectrum or the delivery of Services to Subscriber by Spectrum.

Severability. If any clause within these arbitration provisions is found to be illegal or unenforceable, that specific clause will be severed from these arbitration provisions, and the remainder of the arbitration provisions will be given full force and effect.

NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY, IN THE EVENT SOME OR ALL OF THESE ARBITRATION PROVISIONS IS DETERMINED TO BE UNENFORCEABLE FOR ANY REASON, OR IF A CLAIM IS BROUGHT THAT IS FOUND BY A COURT TO BE EXCLUDED FROM THE SCOPE OF THESE ARBITRATION PROVISIONS, BOTH PARTIES AGREE TO WAIVE, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, ANY TRIAL BY JURY.

For purposes of the foregoing sentence only, in the event such waiver is found to be unenforceable, it shall be severed from these General Terms, rendered null and void and of no further effect without affecting the rest of the arbitration provisions set forth herein.

EXCLUSIONS. SUBSCRIBER AND SPECTRUM AGREE THAT THE FOLLOWING CLAIMS OR DISPUTES SHALL NOT BE SUBJECT TO ARBITRATION:

 (1) ANY INDIVIDUAL ACTION BROUGHT BY SUBSCRIBER OR BY SPECTRUM ON ANY MATTER OR SUBJECT THAT IS WITHIN THE JURISDICTION OF A COURT THAT IS LIMITED TO ADJUDICATING SMALL CLAIMS.

 (2) ANY DISPUTE OVER THE VALIDITY OF ANY PARTY’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.

 (3) ANY DISPUTE RELATED TO OR ARISING FROM ALLEGATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH UNAUTHORIZED USE OR RECEIPT OF SERVICE.

For New York Video Subscribers. Subscriber may elect to resolve a dispute through the New York Public Service Commission in accordance with 16 NYCRR §890.709(a) and 16 NYCRR §709(c).

The foregoing arbitration provisions shall survive the termination of these General Terms.

SUBSCRIBER HAS ONE YEAR TO BRING A CLAIM AGAINST SPECTRUM, UNLESS SUBSCRIBER OPTS OUT. Subscriber must bring any claim against Spectrum within one (1) year after the date on which the claim arose or, unless applicable law provides that the normal statute of limitations for that claim may not be shortened by agreement. If Subscriber does not bring a claim within this period, Subscriber waives, to the fullest extent permitted by law, all rights Subscriber has to such claim and Spectrum will have no liability with respect to such claim.

Subscriber may opt out of this Section, in which case the normal statute of limitations will apply. To opt out, Subscriber must notify Spectrum in writing by sending a letter to Spectrum addressed to VP and Associate General Counsel, Litigation, Charter Communications, 12405 Powerscourt Drive, St. Louis, MO 63131, within 30 days of (a) the date that this provision becomes effective, if Subscriber is an existing customer, or (b) the date that Subscriber first subscribes to the Service(s). Subscriber’s written notice must include Subscriber’s name, address, and Spectrum account number as well as a clear statement that Subscriber does not wish this Section to apply.

This Section shall survive the termination of these General Terms.

30. Force Majeure: Spectrum shall not be liable for any failure of performance or equipment of any kind (including Spectrum Equipment) due to causes beyond its control, including but not limited to: acts of God, fire, flood, or other catastrophes; loss of electrical power; any law, order, regulation, direction, action, or request of the United States Government, or of any other government, including state and local governments having or claiming jurisdiction over Spectrum, or of any department agency, commission, bureau, corporation, or other instrumentality of any one or more of these federal, state, or local governments, or of any civil or military authority; national emergencies; insurrection; riots, wars; unavailability of rights-of-way or materials; or strikes, lock-outs, work stoppages, or other labor difficulties.

31. Survival of Terms. In addition to the terms that are specifically noted in these General Terms as surviving termination of these General Terms, all representations, warranties, indemnifications, and limitations of liability shall survive these General Terms. Spectrum’s right to contact Subscriber shall also survive these General Terms unless Subscriber opts out in the manner described in these General Terms. All other obligations of Subscriber and Spectrum under these General Terms also survive termination if they relate to the period before termination or, if by their terms, they would be expected to survive such termination.

32. Entire Agreement: These General Terms (including the Terms of Service incorporated herein by reference) constitute the entire agreement between the Subscriber and Spectrum. No undertaking, representation or warranty made by an agent or representative of Spectrum in connection with the sale, installation, maintenance or removal of Spectrum’s Services or Equipment shall be binding on Spectrum except as expressly included herein. Subscriber agrees that, if any portion of these General Terms is held invalid or unenforceable, that portion will be construed consistent with applicable law as nearly as possible, and if severed or rendered null and void thereby, the remaining portions will remain in full force and effect. If Spectrum fails to insist upon or enforce strict performance of any provision of these General Terms, it does not thereby waive any provision or right. Neither the course of conduct between the parties nor trade practice shall act to modify any provision of these General Terms.





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