RHOMBUS SYSTEMS, Inc.
ENTERPRISE Terms of service
Last Updated: 8/3/2018
Welcome and thank you for your interest in Rhombus Systems, Inc. (“Rhombus Systems”). The following Terms of Service, and any additional terms incorporated by reference herein (collectively, the “Terms”), constitute the agreement between you and Rhombus Systems with respect to Rhombus Systems’ services, software, and products, including without limitation Rhombus Systems’ website, mobile apps, and cameras, made available to you through or in connection with the Rhombus Systems website located at http://www.rhombussystems.com, including without limitation all sub-domains thereof (collectively, the “Service”). The Service is made available under these Terms solely to companies, business organizations, commercial enterprises, or other similar entities and is not intended for individual or personal use. If you are entering into these Terms on behalf of a company, business organization, commercial enterprise, or other similar entity, you represent that you have the authority to bind such entity to these Terms. The terms “you” and “your” refer to the company, business organization, commercial enterprise, or other similar entity using the Service.
6.3 Customer may purchase one of two Service plans. Under the “Total Plan”, (a) Customer will be eligible for a hardware upgrade every three (3) years for updated hardware that conforms to the same tier of Customers’ then-existing hardware, and (b) Rhombus will maintain and support (and if necessary replace) all hardware experiencing material errors during the subscription term, except for errors or deficiencies caused by loss, theft, abuse or misuse of such hardware. Under the “Hardware and Software Subscription Plan”, Rhombus will warrant that the hardware shall be error-free for a period of two (2) years from the Effective Date (except for errors or deficiencies caused by loss, theft, abuse or misuse of such hardware).
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Sacramento, CA 95814
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