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1. INTERPRETATION AND PRELIMINARY

The headings of the clauses in this agreement are for the purpose of convenience and reference only and shall not be used in the

interpretation of, nor modify nor amplify the terms of this agreement nor any clause hereof. Unless a contrary intention clearly appears -

1.1 words importing -

1.1.1 any one gender include the other two genders;

1.1.2 the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

1.1.3 natural persons include created entities (corporate or unincorporated) and the state and vice versa;

1.2 the following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them hereunder and cognate expressions shall have corresponding

meanings, namely -

1.2.1 “the/this agreement” means the agreement contained in this document together with the subscriber application form and

all schedules and addenda to this agreement from time to time;

1.2.2 “call charge” means the charge for each call, data transfer and/or short message service (“SMS”) text message

registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment / SIM card, calculated at the cost per

unit of time utilised by the subscriber, as set out in the schedule of charges;

1.2.3 “charges” means connection charges, monthly access charges, call charges and all other charges payable for the

provision of the services published in the schedule of charges from time to time in respect of the services subscribed for

by the subscriber;

1.2.4 “charges limit” means the maximum amount of charges which the subscriber may incur in any month as set out in the

subscriber application form, or as varied by Nashua Mobile from time to time in accordance with the provisions of Clause 4.8;

1.2.5 “commencement date” means the date of activation of the SIM card(s) on the system; or the commencement date of the

service in terms of non-SIM card services (e.g. Corporate APNs, direct connect, or any other wireless services etc)

1.2.6 “connection charge” means the charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile for connecting the equipment to the

system, or the charge for registering the subscriber for use of the services;

1.2.7 “connection date” means the date on which Nashua Mobile connects the equipment to the system and/or allows the

subscriber use of the services;

1.2.8 “data services” means, inter alia, electronic document distribution (“EDD”), SmartMail services, internet messaging

service (“IMS”), services, the user of the multi-protocol gateway (“MPG”), all technologies as set forth and supplied by

the network operators and all such further technological services available from time to time for the communication of data;

1.2.9 “deposit” means the deposit payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile as set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.10 “equipment” means cellular telephones, wireless telephony equipment, telemetry equipment, leased line connectivity,

any device connected to the Global System for Mobile Communications (“GSM”), wireless hotspots or internet service

providers; and in the event of LCR the equipment comprising a terminal connected to the subscriber’s PABX system

(where applicable), which in conjunction with the SIM card, and when activated by Nashua Mobile, permits the subscriber

access to the services;

1.2.11 “the global network operator(s)” means those operators who have been licensed to operate the system, currently

Vodacom Group (Proprietary) Limited (“Vodacom”), Mobile Telephone Networks (Proprietary) Limited (“MTN”), Cell C

(Proprietary) Limited ("Cell C") and all other such operators that might be licensed by the competent authorities from time to time;

1.2.12 “initial period” means the initial period set out in the subscriber application form or, in relation to any additional SIM cards

delivered to the subscriber after the commencement date, the initial period in respect thereof referred to in 2.2. Unless

otherwise specified in the subscriber application form, the initial period is a period of 24 (twenty-four) months calculated

from the commencement date;

1.2.13 “LCR” means least cost routing, a mobile or fixed telecommunications solution whereby mobile terminating traffic is

routed to a mobile device via the LCR equipment or a direct connection;

1.2.14 “monthly access charge” means the monthly charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile in respect of each SIM

card or solution so as to provide the subscriber access to the services;

1.2.15 “Nashua Mobile” means Nashua Mobile (Proprietary) Limited, a private company duly registered in terms of the

Companies Act of the Republic of South Africa under registration number: 1986/004789/07;

1.2.16 "parties" means collectively Nashua Mobile and the subscriber, and "party" shall mean either one of them as the

context requires;

1.2.17 “port or porting” means the transfer of the subscriber’s cellular telephone number to either another global network

operator or to another service provider;

1.2.18 “schedule of charges” means the standard list of charges, as published by Nashua Mobile from time to time, detailing

the then current charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile;

1.2.19 “the services” means the provision of mobile and/ or wireless telecommunication services in terms of this agreement by

means of the connection of the equipment and/or the SIM card(s) to the system, utilising technology that enables the

subscriber to make and receive calls, transfer and receive data and send and receive short message service text

messages together with such additional and ancillary services as may be made available by Nashua Mobile to the

subscriber from time to time;

1.2.20 “SIM card(s)” means the subscriber identification module(s), supplied or allocated by Nashua Mobile to the subscriber in

terms of this agreement, which when activated by Nashua Mobile and/or used in conjunction with the equipment,

permits the subscriber access to the services, and may include a virtual sim card (which refers to the connection to the

system without a tangible sim card)

1.2.21 “the subscriber” means the subscriber whose particulars are set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.22 “subscriber application form” means the subscriber application form which forms part of this agreement;

1.2.23 “subscriber premises” will mean the premises of the subscriber where the equipment must be installed where

applicable;

1.2.24 “system” means the public digital cellular mobile telecommunication system operated by the global network operator(s)

and, where applicable, fixed line or wireless network operators, through which the services are made available by Nashua

Mobile to the subscriber;

1.2.25 wireless network operators” shall mean any operator facilitating the reception and transmission of services that cannot

be classified as GSM, for example Sentech, WBS (Iburst) and any other operator providing the aforesaid service;

1.3 When any number of days is prescribed in this agreement, same shall be reckoned exclusively of the first and inclusively of the last

day unless the last day falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, in which case the last day shall be the next succeeding day

which is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday;

1.4 Expressions defined in this agreement shall bear the same meanings in schedules, addenda or annexures to this agreement which

do not themselves contain their own definitions.

1.5 The expiration or termination of this agreement shall not affect such of the provisions of this agreement as expressly provide that they

will operate after any such expiration or termination or which of necessity must continue to have effect after such expiration or

termination, notwithstanding that the clauses themselves do not expressly provide for this.

1.6 The rule of construction that this agreement shall be interpreted against the party responsible for the drafting or preparation of this

agreement, shall not apply.

1.7 Where an expression has been defined and such definition contains a provision conferring rights or imposing obligations on any party,

effect shall be given to that provision as if it were a substantive provision contained in the body of this agreement.

2. DURATION

2.1 This agreement shall commence on the commencement date, and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision

of this agreement, shall endure for the initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party by giving the other

party one calendar month’s written notice of termination (with the exception of LCR services). Such notice of termination shall

be effective from the first day of the next calendar month. For clarity purposes and by way of example, in the event of a

subscriber, after the initial period, giving Nashua Mobile written notice of termination during a particular month (example 28th

May), that notice of termination will only take effect on the 1st of the following month (example 1st June) and termination will

occur at any time (at Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion) on the last day of the latter month (example 30th June). The aforesaid

termination notice period shall, however not be applicable to LCR services. In regard to LCR services, this agreement shall

commence on the commencement date and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision of this agreement, shall

endure for an initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party on not less than 90 (ninety) days’ prior

written notice of termination to the other party.

2.2 Subject to any written notice by Nashua Mobile to the contrary, each additional SIM card (if any) delivered to the subscriber after the

commencement date shall be subject to the provisions of this agreement, save that in respect of each such SIM card, this

agreement and the initial period shall commence on the date of delivery of such SIM card (“the deemed commencement date”) and,

subject to any other lawful termination thereof this agreement shall remain binding on the parties in respect of such SIM card until

terminated by either party in terms of clause 2.1 after the expiry of the initial period as calculated from the deemed commencement date.

3. PROVISION OF THE SERVICES

3.1 Nashua Mobile undertakes to provide the services to the subscriber upon the terms and conditions set out in this agreement. The

services may include the delivery of one or more SIM cards (as specified in the subscriber application form or in any subsequent

addenda, schedules or purchase orders) to the subscriber and the connection of the SIM card(s) and the equipment to the system,

and/or may include solely connection of the equipment to the system where SIM cards are not required

3.2 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that:

3.2.1 the system is not operated by Nashua Mobile;

3.2.2 Nashua Mobile has no obligation of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising in respect of the equipment or service;

3.2.3 the availability and/or quality of the services may be affected by factors including, but not limited to, the system, the

equipment and accessories used with the equipment, atmospheric conditions, radio frequency disturbances and other

factors beyond the control of Nashua Mobile.

3.3 Whilst Nashua Mobile will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the services are provided in accordance with this agreement,

Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee or undertake that the provision of the services will be provided at all times and

accordingly Nashua Mobile will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising

that may be sustained by the subscriber as a result of any faults or interruptions in the provision of the services.

3.4 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled from time to time to issue in writing such reasonable instructions as it may deem to be necessary in

respect of the use of the services or to be in the interests of safety, quality of service or of other subscribers and the subscriber shall

be bound by all such reasonable written instructions which shall be deemed to form part of this agreement.

3.5 The services are to be provided on the basis that the subscriber -

3.5.1 will not utilise the services, or allow others to do so, for any improper, immoral, or unlawful purpose;

3.5.2 will only use the equipment and the SIM card(s) in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and for the

purposes and in the manner for which they are intended;

3.5.3 will comply with all relevant legislation and regulations and all instructions issued by any governmental authority or by the

global network operator(s) and/or wirless service operators, regarding the use of the system, the equipment and the SIM card(s); and

3.5.4 will not act or omit to act, or allow others to do so, in any way likely to damage, disrupt or interfere with the system or to

injure or damage any person or property or to cause the quality of the services to be impaired or interrupted in any

manner whatsoever.

3.6 Nashua Mobile is entitled to convey any information about the subscriber to any credit bureau and such information so

conveyed may be used by the relevant credit bureau in its normal course of its business and may be accessed by credit provider

sand customers of the credit bureau for any purposes whatsoever

4. CHARGES

4.1 By its signature to the subscriber application form, the subscriber acknowledges that it is aware of and has agreed to be bound by

all the terms of this agreement and to effect payment of the charges relating to the package/tariff plan selected by the subscriber in

the subscriber application form, which charges shall be payable to Nashua Mobile as follows –

4.1.1 the connection charge, the deposit, and the first monthly access charge shall be paid on the commencement date and/or

the deemed commencement date referred to in Clause 2, as the case may be;

4.1.2 subsequent monthly access charges shall be paid on or before the first day of each month following the commencement

date dependant on which billing cycle is allocated to the subscriber by Nashua Mobile;

4.1.3 the call charges and all other charges shall be paid, within 14 (fourteen) days after the date of Nashua Mobile’s invoice

in respect thereof. The timing, format and details of invoices shall be in the sole discretion of Nashua Mobile.

4.2 All charges, unless otherwise stated in the schedule of charges, are exclusive of value added tax, which shall be borne and paid for

by the subscriber together with the charges in question.

4.3 The monthly access charge is a charge for permitting the subscriber continued access to the services and the subscriber will be liable

for each and every monthly access charge irrespective of the use made of the equipment, SIM card(s) or the Services.

4.4 Any call and/or connection registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment and/or the SIM card(s)

shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to have been made by or by means of, the equipment and/or the SIM card(s).

4.5 For the purpose of calculating call charges payable by the subscriber, the duration of each call and/or connection as recorded and

registered on the applicable metering system used by the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operators and/or

internet service providers and/or service application providers shall be final and binding on the subscriber.

4.6 Nashua Mobile may at any time by written notice require the subscriber to furnish such security as Nashua Mobile may deem

appropriate for the payment of the charges, and any failure by the subscriber to furnish such security to Nashua Mobile within 14

(fourteen) days after the date of such notice shall constitute a material breach of this agreement by the subscriber.

4.7 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion and by means of written notice to the subscriber, to increase the

charges from time to time. Notwithstanding the date of any such notice, any increase in the charges arising from an increase in the

global network operators’ charges in respect of the services shall take effect as from the date upon which Nashua Mobile becomes

liable to the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operator(s) for such increased charges.

4.8 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion to determine the charges limit applicable to the subscriber and/or

to vary the charges limit from time to time. Nashua Mobile shall further be entitled, if the charges for which the subscriber is then

liable to Nashua Mobile exceed the charges limit, to suspend the services in whole or in part, without detracting from its other rights

in terms of this agreement, and to demand settlement in full of all charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile at such time.

Nashua Mobile shall not be liable to the subscriber for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever, including loss of profit or any

other special damages or indirect or consequential losses or damages which the subscriber or any other person may suffer as a result

of the suspension of the services in terms of this clause.

4.9 The subscriber will be bound to the terms and conditions of the relevant global network operator(s) relating to the carry-over and

expiry of inclusive minutes incorporated in tariff packages. In the event that the subscriber forfeits such inclusive minutes through

expiry, Nashua Mobile will not be liable to the subscriber in any form or manner whatsoever.

4.10 CALL LIMITS

4.10.1 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to include and activate call limits in respect of any subscriber and/or SIM card(s) in

accordance with Nashua Mobile’s credit vetting policies and/or the subscriber’s credit profile. Nashua Mobile will make

all reasonable endeavours to notify the subscriber of such call limit and may review such call limit from time to time in

Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion.

4.10.2 The subscriber may elect to have a maximum call limit in respect of the subscriber’s monthly airtime charges loaded on

the subscriber’s account.

4.10.3 Upon authorisation, Nashua Mobile will attempt to monitor the stipulated monthly call limit and is deemed to be

authorised to suspend the services to the subscriber when such call limit is reached.

4.10.4 Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee the call limit service and, notwithstanding the fact that the subscriber has

paid for the service, the subscriber will continue to be liable for all charges incurred in respect of the services.

5. PAYMENT

5.1 All charges shall be paid, within 14 (fourteen) days after the date of Nashua Mobile’s invoice in respect thereof.

5.2 All charges shall be paid by means of direct debit order, free of exchange and bank charges. The subscriber shall not for any

reason whatsoever withhold payment of any charges and the subscriber accepts responsibility to ensure that the banking details

provided to Nashua Mobile are at all times current and correct.

5.3 Should any payment not be made on due date, Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, without detracting from its other rights in terms of

this agreement, to charge the subscriber interest on such arrear payments from due date of such payments to date of actual

payment thereof, at a rate equal to 4 % (four percentage points) above the annual prime bank overdraft rate charged by Nedbank

Limited, from time to time.

5.4 All payments made by the subscriber shall be appropriated firstly towards the payment of legal costs incurred in the recovery

thereof, thereafter towards the payment of interest accruing thereon and lastly in reduction of the capital sum due.

5.5 Nashua Mobile will submit statements to the subscriber monthly. The statement reflects all transactions until date thereof. The

subscriber accepts responsibility to ensure that the statement is received and checked.

5.6 The subscriber agrees and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile will be entitled to make enquiries about its credit history and credit

records with any authorised and registered credit reference agency in the Republic of South Africa.

5.7 The subscriber agrees and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile provides regular reports in respect of subscriber payment conduct to

credit reference agencies in the Republic of South Africa.

5.8 Should the subscriber be placed under administration, sequestration or liquidation proceedings, or suffer any other legal disability

which will affect the subscriber’s ability to make payment to Nashua Mobile, the subscriber is required to immediately notify Nashua

Mobile, in writing.

5.9 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to suspend all services and seek legal action against the subscriber in respect of non-payment of

any line or account where the subscriber has multiple lines or accounts with Nashua Mobile.

6. THE SIM CARD

6.1 Notwithstanding delivery of the SIM card(s) to the subscriber, ownership of the SIM card(s) telephone numbers, codes and other

identification numbers allocated to the subscriber and each SIM card delivered to the subscriber, including the software

incorporated in each card and all intellectual property rights in and to such software, shall not pass to the subscriber who shall have

no proprietary interest therein. Accordingly, each SIM card shall be returned to Nashua Mobile on termination of this agreement for

any reason whatsoever. All risk in and liability in respect of each SIM card shall pass to the subscriber on delivery of such SIM card

to the subscriber.

6.2 The subscriber shall not dispose of or otherwise transfer any SIM card to any third party without the prior written consent of Nashua

Mobile, which consent, if granted, shall be subject to such terms and conditions as Nashua Mobile may deem fit. Until such time as

Nashua Mobile grants its written consent, the subscriber shall remain liable for and shall continue to pay all the charges payable in

terms of this agreement, including all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such SIM card.

6.3 If any SIM card is lost, stolen or damaged, the subscriber shall immediately notify Nashua Mobile thereof in writing, and the

subscriber shall remain liable to Nashua Mobile for all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such SIM card until Nashua

Mobile procures the suspension of such SIM card’s access to the services. In addition, the subscriber shall remain liable for and shall

continue to pay all the charges payable in terms of this agreement as and when they become due, including all charges in respect of the

SIM card that is lost, stolen or damaged until such SIM card is replaced and the charges applicable for a replacement SIM card to be

issued at the then applicable charge for the replacement of SIM cards has been paid by the subscriber. Nashua Mobile will, as soon as

is reasonably possible, replace any SIM card that is lost, stolen or damaged at its then applicable charge for the replacement of SIM cards.

6.4 Save as otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, telephone numbers, codes and other identification numbers allocated to

the subscriber shall not become the property of the subscriber and the subscriber shall not modify or permit the modification of any

SIM card or any such numbers or codes without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

6.5 Save as otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, Nashua Mobile shall be entitled to withdraw or change any telephone

number, code or other identification number allocated to the subscriber in terms of this agreement.

7. EQUIPMENT

7.1 All equipment detailed in the subscriber application form (if any) shall be provided to the subscriber, on the basis that the subscriber

shall, during the duration of this agreement be obligated to make use of not less than 80 % (eighty percent) of the free minutes made

available to it in terms of the package/tariff plan selected by it in the subscriber application form, failing which Nashua Mobile shall

be entitled, on written notice to the subscriber to be given at any time thereafter, to terminate this agreement and to claim from the

subscriber, as liquidated damages, an amount equal to the aggregate of the monthly access charges in respect of the unexpired

portion of the initial period plus the amounts payable in terms of the agreements between Nashua Mobile and the global network

operator(s) in respect of this agreement.

NASHUA MOBILE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED (STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS)

Customer Acknowledgement

7.2 Ownership in the equipment will remain vested in Nashua Mobile for the 24 (twenty-four) month agreement period. Ownership of the

equipment will pass to the subscriber (except LCR, mobile solutions and telemetry subscribers and wireless telephony equipment)

upon due fulfilment of all its obligations in terms of this agreement. In the event of non-payment of its account, or its failure to per

form its obligations in terms of this agreement, Nashua Mobile reserves the right to blacklist the equipment.

7.3 All risk in and to the equipment shall pass to the subscriber upon delivery thereof to the subscriber and the subscriber shall be

obligated to maintain the equipment provided to it in terms of 7.1 in good working order and condition and will not modify or permit

the modification of the equipment without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

7.4 The subscriber shall ensure that the equipment is both suited to and compatible with the system and that it complies with all

applicable standards prescribed by the relevant governmental authority.

7.5 In the event that the equipment or any other item of equipment used in conjunction with the SIM card(s) is lost, stolen or damaged

beyond repair or is disposed of to a third party, the subscriber will immediately notify Nashua Mobile thereof in writing, and the

subscriber shall remain liable to Nashua Mobile for all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such equipment and/or

the SIM card(s) used in conjunction with such equipment until Nashua Mobile procures the suspension of the service in respect of

such equipment and/or SIM card(s). The subscriber shall remain liable for and shall continue to pay all the charges payable in terms

of this agreement during the currency of this agreement as and when they become due, including all charges in respect of the SIM

card(s) used in conjunction with such equipment that has been lost, stolen or damaged beyond repair or disposed of to a third party.

7.6 The subscriber shall notify Nashua Mobile in writing of the full particulars of the equipment from time to time to be used in conjunction

with any SIM card(s) issued in terms of this agreement, including without limitation, make, model and service/serial number.

7.7 If the subscriber at any time during the currency of this agreement recovers equipment that has been lost, stolen or disposed of, or

has replaced equipment, whether pursuant to the loss, theft, damage or disposal thereof or otherwise, Nashua Mobile will, at the

request of the subscriber and provided that the subscriber is not in any breach of any term of this agreement, connect such

equipment to the system at its then applicable connection charge.

7.8 The subscriber accepts and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile is not the equipment manufacturer and all equipment supplied to the

subscriber will be subject to the relevant manufacturer’s standard warranty terms and conditions if applicable

7.9 In the event of equipment delivered to LCR, telemetry , and wireless telephony subscribers, including the software incorporated in the

equipment and all intellectual property rights in and to the equipment, such equipment will not become the property of the subscriber

and the equipment will be returned to Nashua Mobile on termination of this agreement, unless the subscriber has purchased the

equipment from Nashua Mobile.

7.10 LCR, telemetry and wireless telephony subscribers will not be entitled to give up possession of the equipment, in whole or in part

to any third party and will not be entitled to remove and re-install the equipment at a different location.

7.11 Nashua Mobile will instruct contractors to install the equipment at the LCR subscriber’s premises and further instruct contractors to

maintain the equipment for the duration of this agreement. Nashua Mobile’s representatives, employees, agents and

contractors may at all reasonable times, without giving rise to any claim or right of action on the part of the subscriber, enter the

subscriber’s premises to inspect the equipment, carry out necessary repairs, replacement of equipment, or to perform any other

lawful function in the bona fide interest of Nashua Mobile in respect of the equipment.

7.12 LCR and telemetry subscribers acknowledge and agree that the equipment is movable property and that it will not be installed with

the intention that it remains or accedes to whatever housing it may be installed with or to.

7.13 LCR, telemetry and wireless telemetry subscribers will at all times keep the equipment in its possession and under its control at

its premises. The subscriber may not make any alteration or modification to the equipment.

7.14 LCR subscribers will advise the landlord of the subscriber’s premises that ownership of the equipment vests in Nashua Mobile. The

LCR subscriber will advise Nashua Mobile of the full name and address of its landlord.

8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

8.1 Nashua Mobile shall not be liable to the subscriber in any circumstances whatsoever for any loss, injury or damage of any nature

whatsoever or howsoever arising and whether in contract or in delict, including loss of profit or any other special damages, indirect

or consequential loss or damages which the subscriber or any other person may sustain, whether as a result of any breach of this

agreement by Nashua Mobile or the global network operator(s) or the wireless network operators, or their respective employees and

contractors, or whether caused directly or indirectly by the equipment or the use thereof, and the subscriber hereby indemnifies

Nashua Mobile and holds it harmless against any such claim by any other person.

8.2 Nashua Mobile shall not be held liable to the subscriber or any third party in regard to any porting request or porting activity;

8.3 Nashua Mobile may, without the consent of the subscriber, disclose any information of the subscriber to any third party as it may be

required to do in terms of any legislation;

8.4 Any known or unknown risk attached to the use of the equipment and the connection thereof to the system, shall be deemed to have

passed to the subscriber on the commencement date, and the subscriber hereby indemnifies Nashua Mobile and holds it harmless

against any claim by any other person relating to the use of the equipment and/or the connection thereof to the system.

9. SUSPENSION OF SERVICES AND TERMINATION

9.1 Nashua Mobile may at any time suspend the services, in whole or in part, without notice to the subscriber and without incurring any

liability whatsoever -

9.1.1 should Nashua Mobile be unable to provide the services, in whole or in part, whether due to force majeure or otherwise

through no fault of its own; or

9.1.2 should an agreement in terms of which Nashua Mobile derives its rights to provide the services, be suspended, cancelled

or terminated; or

9.1.3 should such suspension of the services be necessary in order to facilitate any repairs, modification, maintenance,

improvements or remedial works in respect of the system; or

9.1.4 should the subscriber fail to comply with any term of this agreement; or

9.1.5 should the subscriber use equipment that infringes or is alleged to infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party.

9.2 Should the services be suspended pursuant to 9.1.1 or 9.1.2, Nashua Mobile shall use its reasonable endeavours to provide an

alternative service to the subscriber, whether through an alternative global network operator or service provider or otherwise, all in

Nashua Mobile’s discretion. Should Nashua Mobile fail to provide an alternative service within 60 (sixty) days after the

commencement of the suspension, either party shall be entitled by written notice to the other, to terminate this agreement with

immediate effect. In such event, the subscriber shall remain liable for all charges accrued up to date of such termination, which

charges shall be payable on demand.

9.3 Should the services be suspended by reason of default of the subscriber, the subscriber shall be liable to Nashua Mobile for its then

applicable connection charges, payable on cessation of the suspension.

10. BREACH

10.1 Should the subscriber breach any term of this agreement and fail to remedy such breach within 10 (ten) days after despatch of

written notice calling upon it to do so, or should any information furnished by the subscriber in the subscriber application form not

be true and correct, or should the subscriber be provisionally or finally liquidated or declared insolvent or die, or attempt to com

promise with any of its creditors, or allow any judgement against it to remain unsatisfied for a period of 14 (fourteen) days after the

date of such judgement, or should the equipment be attached under any legal process issued against the subscriber if purchased

or leased from Nashua Mobile or should the agreement in respect of the equipment be terminated by Nashua Mobile, Nashua Mobile

shall be entitled, but not obliged, and without detracting from any other rights that it may have in law or in terms of this agreement -

10.1.1 to suspend the services, in whole or in part, and to disconnect the equipment; and/or

10.1.2 to terminate this agreement and recover from the subscriber as liquidated damages, the aggregate of the monthly access

charges for the unexpired portion (if any) of the initial period plus all amounts payable under any agreement between

Nashua Mobile and the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operators in respect of this agreement; or

10.1.3 to claim specific performance of all of the subscriber's obligations in terms of this agreement.

10.2 Without prejudice to the generality of 10.1 it is agreed that should the subscriber for whatever reason and either with or

without the consent of Nashua Mobile attempt to terminate this agreement at any time before the expiry of the initial period, then

Nashua Mobile shall in its entire and absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights be entitled forthwith to claim

immediate settlement of all outstanding amounts due and payable in respect of this agreement and any amounts payable under

any agreement between Nashua Mobile and the global network operator(s) in respect of this agreement, whether or not such

amounts are at such time due in terms of this agreement. Nashua Mobile shall further be entitled to suspend the connection of

the equipment to the system and to give notice to any Credit or Information Bureau/s to list the subscriber as a defaulter. Porting

will be considered to be termination of this agreement.

11. CERTIFICATE

A certificate signed by any manager of Nashua Mobile (whose appointment and authority it shall not be necessary to prove) as to the

existence of any facts and, in particular, without limiting the generality of the aforegoing, as to the amount of any indebtedness of the subscriber

to Nashua Mobile in terms of and pursuant to this agreement, shall constitute prime facie proof of such facts for any purpose and,

more particularly, for the purposes of obtaining provisional sentence, default judgment or summary judgment or their equivalent in any

court of competent jurisdiction.

12. NO RELIANCE

The subscriber acknowledges and agrees that:-

12.1 it is not acting as an agent on behalf of any other party;

12.2 it has not relied on any representations or undertakings made by Nashua Mobile;

12.3 in entering into this agreement it has made its own judgment and has not relied on any view expressed by Nashua Mobile;

12.4 it has consulted with its own legal and tax advisers to the extent that it deems necessary; and

12.5 it is entering into this agreement with a full understanding of the terms, conditions and risks thereof and it is capable of and

willing to assume those risks.

13. MAGISTRATES' COURT JURISDICTION

For the purpose of all or any proceedings hereunder the parties consent to the jurisdiction of the magistrates' court having territorial

jurisdiction, notwithstanding that such proceedings are otherwise beyond its jurisdiction. This clause shall be deemed to constitute the

required written consent conferring jurisdiction upon the said court pursuant to section 45 of the Magistrates' Court Act, 1944,

provided, nevertheless, that any party shall have the right at its sole option and discretion to institute proceedings in any other

competent court.

14. DOMICILIUM CITANDI ET EXECUTANDI

14.1. The parties choose as their domicilia citandi et executandi for all purposes this agreement, whether in respect of court process,

notices or other documents or communications of whatsoever nature (including the exercise of any option), the following addresses:

14.1.1. Nashua Mobile -

42 James Crescent

Halfway House Telefax: (011) 207 9000

Midrand.

14.1.2. the subscriber: at its physical address and telefax number set out in the subscriber application form;

14.2 Any notice or communication required or permitted to be given in terms of this agreement shall be valid and effective only if in

writing but it shall be competent to give notice by telefax.

14.3 Any party may by notice to any other party change the physical address chosen as its domicilium citandi et executandi vis-à-vis that

party to another physical address or its telefax number, provided that the change shall become effective vis-à-vis that addressee on

the 10th business day after receipt of the notice by the addressee.

14.4 Any notice to a party -

14.4.1 delivered by hand to a responsible person during ordinary business hours at the physical address chosen as its

domicilium citandi et executandi shall be deemed to have been received on the day of delivery; or

14.4.2 sent by telefax to its chosen telefax number stipulated in clause 14.1, shall be deemed to have been received on the date

of transmission (unless the contrary is proved).

14.5 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained a written notice or communication actually received by a party shall be

an adequate written notice or communication to it notwithstanding that it was not sent to or delivered at its chosen domicilium

citandi et executandi.

15. CESSION

15.1 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled to cede, assign and delegate all or any of its rights and obligations in terms of this agreement to a

third party, in which event Nashua Mobile shall give the subscriber written notice thereof.

15.2 The subscriber shall not be entitled to cede, assign or delegate any of its rights or obligations in terms of this agreement

without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

15.3 Should the subscriber be a company, the transfer of more than 25 % (twenty five percent) of its issued share capital, and/or the

issue of any of its unissued shares or any future increase in its share capital which results in a change in the effective control of the

subscriber, shall be deemed to be a cession and assignment of the subscriber's rights which shall require Nashua Mobile's prior

written consent.

15.4 The provisions of 15.3 shall apply mutatis mutandis if the subscriber is a close corporation.

15.5 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, without prejudice to any of its other rights, to terminate this agreement on 7 (seven) days

written notice to the subscriber in the event that the subscriber shall purport to cede, assign or delegate any of its rights or

obligations in terms of this agreement without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

16. WHOLE AGREEMENT, NO AMENDMENT

16.1 No extension of time or waiver or relaxation of any of the provisions or terms of this agreement or any agreement, bill of exchange

or other document issued or executed pursuant to or in terms of this agreement, shall operate as an estoppel against any party in

respect of its rights in this agreement, nor shall it operate so as to preclude such party thereafter from exercising its rights strictly

in accordance with this agreement.

16.2To the extent permissible by law no party shall be bound by any term, representation, warranty, promise or the like not

recorded herein, whether or not it induced the contract.

16.3 This agreement together with all addenda and schedules signed by the parties constitutes the entire agreement between the parties.

16.4 Save as may be otherwise expressly provided in this agreement, no alteration, variation or consensual cancellation of this

agreement and no addition to this agreement shall be of any force or effect unless reduced to writing and signed by the parties or

their duly authorised representatives.

16.5 No failure, delay, relaxation or indulgence on the part of Nashua Mobile in exercising any power or right conferred upon it in terms

of this agreement shall operate as a waiver of such power or right, nor shall any such failure, delay, relaxation or indulgence be

deemed to be a novation of any of the terms and conditions of this agreement. The acceptance by Nashua Mobile of any payment

by the subscriber after the termination of this contract shall not be deemed to be a waiver of Nashua Mobile’ s rights or be deemed

to constitute a novation of this agreement.

17. COSTS

The subscriber shall on demand pay all expenses incurred by Nashua Mobile either on behalf of the subscriber or as a result of the

subscriber’s failure to comply with any provision of this agreement, including tracing costs and all legal costs calculated on the scale as

between attorney and own client.

18. NSURANCE AND ADDITIONAL SERVICES

18.1 Should the subscriber request insurance cover or any additional services as set out in the subscriber application form or in any

schedules or addenda to this agreement then Nashua Mobile shall be authorised to arrange the necessary insurance cover and/or

additional services and recover from the subscriber the cost of such insurance and all charges from time to time in respect of the

additional services subscribed for by the subscriber.

18.2 The subscriber will be responsible to request and ensure that it understands and acknowledges all terms and conditions of such

insurance or additional services prior to accepting such insurance or additional services. Nashua Mobile accepts, in good faith, that

the subscriber requesting such insurance or additional services is aware of and accepts all applicable terms and conditions.

19. MIGRATION

The subscriber shall not be entitled during the initial period to vary the package/tariff plan subscribed to in terms of this agreement to a

package/tariff plan which is less expensive than that selected by it in the subscriber application form, unless approved in writing by

Nashua Mobile and upon payment of the applicable migration fees to Nashua Mobile.

20. DEPOSIT

20.1The subscriber undertakes that it shall, on the commencement date, pay to Nashua Mobile the deposit as set out in the

subscriber application form.

20.2 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion to determine the amount of the deposit required by it.

20.3The deposit paid by the subscriber shall be retained by Nashua Mobile until the termination of this agreement, free of any

interest to the subscriber and as security for the payment by the subscriber of all amounts for which the subscriber shall be liable

to pay to Nashua Mobile in terms of this agreement.

20.4 Nashua Mobile shall have the right to appropriate all or part of the deposit, upon termination of the contract, towards

payment of any amount then owing to it in terms of this agreement.

20.5 Subject to the provisions of 20.3 and 20.4, Nashua Mobile will repay such deposit to the subscriber, or the balance thereof if any,

within fourteen days after the termination of this agreement.

21. DISCLAIMERS

21.1 Nashua Mobile has made no representations or warranties and disclaims liability in respect of any representations or warranties in respect of

the system, the services, the availability and/or accuracy of the system or the services or the fitness of the services for a particular

purpose.

21.2The subscriber specifically accepts and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile acts merely as a distributor of any data and the

subscriber accepts all liability arising from any claims, inter alia claims relating to:

21.2.1 any intellectual property infringement contained in the information including copyright infringement (whether digital or

otherwise), trade mark infringement, infringement of trade secrets and/or databases;

21.2.2 the distribution of any defamatory, discriminatory or obscene material, whether unacceptable or illegal; the distribution of

any sexually explicit messages, images, cartoons or jokes, whether unacceptable or illegal; the distribution of offensive,

disruptive, harmful or insulting material; the distribution of computer viruses; the distribution and/or disclosure of private

information; and the subscriber’s breach of contract to a third party.

21.2.3 non-compliance with any legislation and/or regulations, including but not limited to, regulations issued by the South

African Revenue Services from time to time.

21.3 Nashua Mobile will take reasonable actions to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of the subscriber’s information furnished to

Nashua Mobile.

22. OVERIDING PROVISIONS

Unless otherwise specifically stipulated in writing to the contrary, the terms and conditions herein contained shall supersede and prevail

over any terms and conditions contained in any other document(s) signed or submitted by the subscriber.

23. UPGRADES

23.1 The subscriber shall be entitled to make application to Nashua Mobile at the expiry of any initial period for an upgrade. All upgrades

are in the sole and absolute discretion of Nashua Mobile.

23.2 In the event that an upgrade is granted, the subscriber will be bound to Nashua Mobile for a further 24 (twenty-four) month

contract period calculated from the expiry of the prior initial period, or upgrade commencement date, whichever date is later. All

upgrades are subject to Nashua Mobile’s standard terms and conditions.

23.3 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that if he/she/it is issued with new equipment in respect of the upgrade, acceptance or

use of such equipment will provide sufficient proof of the subscriber’s intention to be bound to Nashua Mobile in respect of the

upgrade contract period.

24. UNDERTAKING AS CO-PRINCIPAL DEBTOR ON BEHALF OF THE SUBSCRIBER BY THE SIGNATORY

If the subscriber as identified in the application form is any entity with a juristic personality (including trusts), then the signatory hereto

who signs on behalf of the subscriber ("the signatory") warrants that he is duly authorised to enter into this agreement and sign the debit

authorisation on the subscriber's bank account. By his/her signature, the signatory hereby binds himself as co-principal debtor for the

subscriber unto and in favour of Nashua Mobile for the due and punctual fulfillment of all the subscriber's obligations to Nashua Mobile

arising out of this agreement including the payment of all charges, fees, penalties, and liquidated damages. The signatory as

co-principal debtor hereby renounces and waives the benefits of the legal defences excussion, division of cession of actions and hereby

acknowledges that he understands the full meaning of such defences and the effect of such renunciation and waiver.

25. BLACKLISTING

25.1 In terms of the Blacklisting Agreement entered into by the global network operators, Nashua Mobile accepts blacklisting instructions

in good faith and will not be liable to the subscriber or any third party for any damages whatsoever and howsoever arising from the

blacklisting of equipment.

25.2 The subscriber must report and provide Nashua Mobile with particulars from the South African Police Services relating to the loss,

theft or damage of the blacklisted handset within 24 (twenty-four) hours, failing which Nashua Mobile reserves the right to

disregard the blacklisting instruction previously received.

25.3 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to blacklist any handset issued to a subscriber where a subscriber is in material breach of this

agreement and fails to remedy such breach despite demand and/or request calling on it to do so.

1. INTERPRETATION AND PRELIMINARY

The headings of the clauses in this agreement are for the purpose of convenience and reference only and shall not be used in the

interpretation of, nor modify nor amplify the terms of this agreement nor any clause hereof. Unless a contrary intention clearly appears -

1.1 words importing -

1.1.1 any one gender include the other two genders;

1.1.2 the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

1.1.3 natural persons include created entities (corporate or unincorporated) and the state and vice versa;

1.2 the following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them hereunder and cognate expressions shall have corresponding

meanings, namely -

1.2.1 “the/this agreement” means the agreement contained in this document together with the subscriber application form and

all schedules and addenda to this agreement from time to time;

1.2.2 “call charge” means the charge for each call, data transfer and/or short message service (“SMS”) text message

registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment / SIM card, calculated at the cost per

unit of time utilised by the subscriber, as set out in the schedule of charges;

1.2.3 “charges” means connection charges, monthly access charges, call charges and all other charges payable for the

provision of the services published in the schedule of charges from time to time in respect of the services subscribed for

by the subscriber;

1.2.4 “charges limit” means the maximum amount of charges which the subscriber may incur in any month as set out in the

subscriber application form, or as varied by Nashua Mobile from time to time in accordance with the provisions of Clause 4.8;

1.2.5 “commencement date” means the date of activation of the SIM card(s) on the system; or the commencement date of the

service in terms of non-SIM card services (e.g. Corporate APNs, direct connect, or any other wireless services etc)

1.2.6 “connection charge” means the charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile for connecting the equipment to the

system, or the charge for registering the subscriber for use of the services;

1.2.7 “connection date” means the date on which Nashua Mobile connects the equipment to the system and/or allows the

subscriber use of the services;

1.2.8 “data services” means, inter alia, electronic document distribution (“EDD”), SmartMail services, internet messaging

service (“IMS”), services, the user of the multi-protocol gateway (“MPG”), all technologies as set forth and supplied by

the network operators and all such further technological services available from time to time for the communication of data;

1.2.9 “deposit” means the deposit payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile as set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.10 “equipment” means cellular telephones, wireless telephony equipment, telemetry equipment, leased line connectivity,

any device connected to the Global System for Mobile Communications (“GSM”), wireless hotspots or internet service

providers; and in the event of LCR the equipment comprising a terminal connected to the subscriber’s PABX system

(where applicable), which in conjunction with the SIM card, and when activated by Nashua Mobile, permits the subscriber

access to the services;

1.2.11 “the global network operator(s)” means those operators who have been licensed to operate the system, currently

Vodacom Group (Proprietary) Limited (“Vodacom”), Mobile Telephone Networks (Proprietary) Limited (“MTN”), Cell C

(Proprietary) Limited ("Cell C") and all other such operators that might be licensed by the competent authorities from time to time;

1.2.12 “initial period” means the initial period set out in the subscriber application form or, in relation to any additional SIM cards

delivered to the subscriber after the commencement date, the initial period in respect thereof referred to in 2.2. Unless

otherwise specified in the subscriber application form, the initial period is a period of 24 (twenty-four) months calculated

from the commencement date;

1.2.13 “LCR” means least cost routing, a mobile or fixed telecommunications solution whereby mobile terminating traffic is

routed to a mobile device via the LCR equipment or a direct connection;

1.2.14 “monthly access charge” means the monthly charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile in respect of each SIM

card or solution so as to provide the subscriber access to the services;

1.2.15 “Nashua Mobile” means Nashua Mobile (Proprietary) Limited, a private company duly registered in terms of the

Companies Act of the Republic of South Africa under registration number: 1986/004789/07;

1.2.16 "parties" means collectively Nashua Mobile and the subscriber, and "party" shall mean either one of them as the

context requires;

1.2.17 “port or porting” means the transfer of the subscriber’s cellular telephone number to either another global network

operator or to another service provider;

1.2.18 “schedule of charges” means the standard list of charges, as published by Nashua Mobile from time to time, detailing

the then current charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile;

1.2.19 “the services” means the provision of mobile and/ or wireless telecommunication services in terms of this agreement by

means of the connection of the equipment and/or the SIM card(s) to the system, utilising technology that enables the

subscriber to make and receive calls, transfer and receive data and send and receive short message service text

messages together with such additional and ancillary services as may be made available by Nashua Mobile to the

subscriber from time to time;

1.2.20 “SIM card(s)” means the subscriber identification module(s), supplied or allocated by Nashua Mobile to the subscriber in

terms of this agreement, which when activated by Nashua Mobile and/or used in conjunction with the equipment,

permits the subscriber access to the services, and may include a virtual sim card (which refers to the connection to the

system without a tangible sim card)

1.2.21 “the subscriber” means the subscriber whose particulars are set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.22 “subscriber application form” means the subscriber application form which forms part of this agreement;

1.2.23 “subscriber premises” will mean the premises of the subscriber where the equipment must be installed where

applicable;

1.2.24 “system” means the public digital cellular mobile telecommunication system operated by the global network operator(s)

and, where applicable, fixed line or wireless network operators, through which the services are made available by Nashua

Mobile to the subscriber;

1.2.25 wireless network operators” shall mean any operator facilitating the reception and transmission of services that cannot

be classified as GSM, for example Sentech, WBS (Iburst) and any other operator providing the aforesaid service;

1.3 When any number of days is prescribed in this agreement, same shall be reckoned exclusively of the first and inclusively of the last

day unless the last day falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, in which case the last day shall be the next succeeding day

which is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday;

1.4 Expressions defined in this agreement shall bear the same meanings in schedules, addenda or annexures to this agreement which

do not themselves contain their own definitions.

1.5 The expiration or termination of this agreement shall not affect such of the provisions of this agreement as expressly provide that they

will operate after any such expiration or termination or which of necessity must continue to have effect after such expiration or

termination, notwithstanding that the clauses themselves do not expressly provide for this.

1.6 The rule of construction that this agreement shall be interpreted against the party responsible for the drafting or preparation of this

agreement, shall not apply.

1.7 Where an expression has been defined and such definition contains a provision conferring rights or imposing obligations on any party,

effect shall be given to that provision as if it were a substantive provision contained in the body of this agreement.

2. DURATION

2.1 This agreement shall commence on the commencement date, and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision

of this agreement, shall endure for the initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party by giving the other

party one calendar month’s written notice of termination (with the exception of LCR services). Such notice of termination shall

be effective from the first day of the next calendar month. For clarity purposes and by way of example, in the event of a

subscriber, after the initial period, giving Nashua Mobile written notice of termination during a particular month (example 28th

May), that notice of termination will only take effect on the 1st of the following month (example 1st June) and termination will

occur at any time (at Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion) on the last day of the latter month (example 30th June). The aforesaid

termination notice period shall, however not be applicable to LCR services. In regard to LCR services, this agreement shall

commence on the commencement date and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision of this agreement, shall

endure for an initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party on not less than 90 (ninety) days’ prior

written notice of termination to the other party.

2.2 Subject to any written notice by Nashua Mobile to the contrary, each additional SIM card (if any) delivered to the subscriber after the

commencement date shall be subject to the provisions of this agreement, save that in respect of each such SIM card, this

agreement and the initial period shall commence on the date of delivery of such SIM card (“the deemed commencement date”) and,

subject to any other lawful termination thereof this agreement shall remain binding on the parties in respect of such SIM card until

terminated by either party in terms of clause 2.1 after the expiry of the initial period as calculated from the deemed commencement date.

3. PROVISION OF THE SERVICES

3.1 Nashua Mobile undertakes to provide the services to the subscriber upon the terms and conditions set out in this agreement. The

services may include the delivery of one or more SIM cards (as specified in the subscriber application form or in any subsequent

addenda, schedules or purchase orders) to the subscriber and the connection of the SIM card(s) and the equipment to the system,

and/or may include solely connection of the equipment to the system where SIM cards are not required

3.2 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that:

3.2.1 the system is not operated by Nashua Mobile;

3.2.2 Nashua Mobile has no obligation of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising in respect of the equipment or service;

3.2.3 the availability and/or quality of the services may be affected by factors including, but not limited to, the system, the

equipment and accessories used with the equipment, atmospheric conditions, radio frequency disturbances and other

factors beyond the control of Nashua Mobile.

3.3 Whilst Nashua Mobile will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the services are provided in accordance with this agreement,

Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee or undertake that the provision of the services will be provided at all times and

accordingly Nashua Mobile will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising

that may be sustained by the subscriber as a result of any faults or interruptions in the provision of the services.

3.4 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled from time to time to issue in writing such reasonable instructions as it may deem to be necessary in

respect of the use of the services or to be in the interests of safety, quality of service or of other subscribers and the subscriber shall

be bound by all such reasonable written instructions which shall be deemed to form part of this agreement.

3.5 The services are to be provided on the basis that the subscriber -

3.5.1 will not utilise the services, or allow others to do so, for any improper, immoral, or unlawful purpose;

3.5.2 will only use the equipment and the SIM card(s) in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and for the

purposes and in the manner for which they are intended;

3.5.3 will comply with all relevant legislation and regulations and all instructions issued by any governmental authority or by the

global network operator(s) and/or wirless service operators, regarding the use of the system, the equipment and the SIM card(s); and

3.5.4 will not act or omit to act, or allow others to do so, in any way likely to damage, disrupt or interfere with the system or to

injure or damage any person or property or to cause the quality of the services to be impaired or interrupted in any

manner whatsoever.

3.6 Nashua Mobile is entitled to convey any information about the subscriber to any credit bureau and such information so

conveyed may be used by the relevant credit bureau in its normal course of its business and may be accessed by credit provider

sand customers of the credit bureau for any purposes whatsoever

4. CHARGES

4.1 By its signature to the subscriber application form, the subscriber acknowledges that it is aware of and has agreed to be bound by

all the terms of this agreement and to effect payment of the charges relating to the package/tariff plan selected by the subscriber in

the subscriber application form, which charges shall be payable to Nashua Mobile as follows –

4.1.1 the connection charge, the deposit, and the first monthly access charge shall be paid on the commencement date and/or

the deemed commencement date referred to in Clause 2, as the case may be;

4.1.2 subsequent monthly access charges shall be paid on or before the first day of each month following the commencement

date dependant on which billing cycle is allocated to the subscriber by Nashua Mobile;

4.1.3 the call charges and all other charges shall be paid, within 14 (fourteen) days after the date of Nashua Mobile’s invoice

in respect thereof. The timing, format and details of invoices shall be in the sole discretion of Nashua Mobile.

4.2 All charges, unless otherwise stated in the schedule of charges, are exclusive of value added tax, which shall be borne and paid for

by the subscriber together with the charges in question.

4.3 The monthly access charge is a charge for permitting the subscriber continued access to the services and the subscriber will be liable

for each and every monthly access charge irrespective of the use made of the equipment, SIM card(s) or the Services.

4.4 Any call and/or connection registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment and/or the SIM card(s)

shall, until the contrary is proved, be deemed to have been made by or by means of, the equipment and/or the SIM card(s).

4.5 For the purpose of calculating call charges payable by the subscriber, the duration of each call and/or connection as recorded and

registered on the applicable metering system used by the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operators and/or

internet service providers and/or service application providers shall be final and binding on the subscriber.

4.6 Nashua Mobile may at any time by written notice require the subscriber to furnish such security as Nashua Mobile may deem

appropriate for the payment of the charges, and any failure by the subscriber to furnish such security to Nashua Mobile within 14

(fourteen) days after the date of such notice shall constitute a material breach of this agreement by the subscriber.

4.7 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion and by means of written notice to the subscriber, to increase the

charges from time to time. Notwithstanding the date of any such notice, any increase in the charges arising from an increase in the

global network operators’ charges in respect of the services shall take effect as from the date upon which Nashua Mobile becomes

liable to the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operator(s) for such increased charges.

4.8 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion to determine the charges limit applicable to the subscriber and/or

to vary the charges limit from time to time. Nashua Mobile shall further be entitled, if the charges for which the subscriber is then

liable to Nashua Mobile exceed the charges limit, to suspend the services in whole or in part, without detracting from its other rights

in terms of this agreement, and to demand settlement in full of all charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile at such time.

Nashua Mobile shall not be liable to the subscriber for any loss or damage of any nature whatsoever, including loss of profit or any

other special damages or indirect or consequential losses or damages which the subscriber or any other person may suffer as a result

of the suspension of the services in terms of this clause.

4.9 The subscriber will be bound to the terms and conditions of the relevant global network operator(s) relating to the carry-over and

expiry of inclusive minutes incorporated in tariff packages. In the event that the subscriber forfeits such inclusive minutes through

expiry, Nashua Mobile will not be liable to the subscriber in any form or manner whatsoever.

4.10 CALL LIMITS

4.10.1 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to include and activate call limits in respect of any subscriber and/or SIM card(s) in

accordance with Nashua Mobile’s credit vetting policies and/or the subscriber’s credit profile. Nashua Mobile will make

all reasonable endeavours to notify the subscriber of such call limit and may review such call limit from time to time in

Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion.

4.10.2 The subscriber may elect to have a maximum call limit in respect of the subscriber’s monthly airtime charges loaded on

the subscriber’s account.

4.10.3 Upon authorisation, Nashua Mobile will attempt to monitor the stipulated monthly call limit and is deemed to be

authorised to suspend the services to the subscriber when such call limit is reached.

4.10.4 Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee the call limit service and, notwithstanding the fact that the subscriber has

paid for the service, the subscriber will continue to be liable for all charges incurred in respect of the services.

5. PAYMENT

5.1 All charges shall be paid, within 14 (fourteen) days after the date of Nashua Mobile’s invoice in respect thereof.

5.2 All charges shall be paid by means of direct debit order, free of exchange and bank charges. The subscriber shall not for any

reason whatsoever withhold payment of any charges and the subscriber accepts responsibility to ensure that the banking details

provided to Nashua Mobile are at all times current and correct.

5.3 Should any payment not be made on due date, Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, without detracting from its other rights in terms of

this agreement, to charge the subscriber interest on such arrear payments from due date of such payments to date of actual

payment thereof, at a rate equal to 4 % (four percentage points) above the annual prime bank overdraft rate charged by Nedbank

Limited, from time to time.

5.4 All payments made by the subscriber shall be appropriated firstly towards the payment of legal costs incurred in the recovery

thereof, thereafter towards the payment of interest accruing thereon and lastly in reduction of the capital sum due.

5.5 Nashua Mobile will submit statements to the subscriber monthly. The statement reflects all transactions until date thereof. The

subscriber accepts responsibility to ensure that the statement is received and checked.

5.6 The subscriber agrees and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile will be entitled to make enquiries about its credit history and credit

records with any authorised and registered credit reference agency in the Republic of South Africa.

5.7 The subscriber agrees and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile provides regular reports in respect of subscriber payment conduct to

credit reference agencies in the Republic of South Africa.

5.8 Should the subscriber be placed under administration, sequestration or liquidation proceedings, or suffer any other legal disability

which will affect the subscriber’s ability to make payment to Nashua Mobile, the subscriber is required to immediately notify Nashua

Mobile, in writing.

5.9 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to suspend all services and seek legal action against the subscriber in respect of non-payment of

any line or account where the subscriber has multiple lines or accounts with Nashua Mobile.

6. THE SIM CARD

6.1 Notwithstanding delivery of the SIM card(s) to the subscriber, ownership of the SIM card(s) telephone numbers, codes and other

identification numbers allocated to the subscriber and each SIM card delivered to the subscriber, including the software

incorporated in each card and all intellectual property rights in and to such software, shall not pass to the subscriber who shall have

no proprietary interest therein. Accordingly, each SIM card shall be returned to Nashua Mobile on termination of this agreement for

any reason whatsoever. All risk in and liability in respect of each SIM card shall pass to the subscriber on delivery of such SIM card

to the subscriber.

6.2 The subscriber shall not dispose of or otherwise transfer any SIM card to any third party without the prior written consent of Nashua

Mobile, which consent, if granted, shall be subject to such terms and conditions as Nashua Mobile may deem fit. Until such time as

Nashua Mobile grants its written consent, the subscriber shall remain liable for and shall continue to pay all the charges payable in

terms of this agreement, including all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such SIM card.

6.3 If any SIM card is lost, stolen or damaged, the subscriber shall immediately notify Nashua Mobile thereof in writing, and the

subscriber shall remain liable to Nashua Mobile for all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such SIM card until Nashua

Mobile procures the suspension of such SIM card’s access to the services. In addition, the subscriber shall remain liable for and shall

continue to pay all the charges payable in terms of this agreement as and when they become due, including all charges in respect of the

SIM card that is lost, stolen or damaged until such SIM card is replaced and the charges applicable for a replacement SIM card to be

issued at the then applicable charge for the replacement of SIM cards has been paid by the subscriber. Nashua Mobile will, as soon as

is reasonably possible, replace any SIM card that is lost, stolen or damaged at its then applicable charge for the replacement of SIM cards.

6.4 Save as otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, telephone numbers, codes and other identification numbers allocated to

the subscriber shall not become the property of the subscriber and the subscriber shall not modify or permit the modification of any

SIM card or any such numbers or codes without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

6.5 Save as otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, Nashua Mobile shall be entitled to withdraw or change any telephone

number, code or other identification number allocated to the subscriber in terms of this agreement.

7. EQUIPMENT

7.1 All equipment detailed in the subscriber application form (if any) shall be provided to the subscriber, on the basis that the subscriber

shall, during the duration of this agreement be obligated to make use of not less than 80 % (eighty percent) of the free minutes made

available to it in terms of the package/tariff plan selected by it in the subscriber application form, failing which Nashua Mobile shall

be entitled, on written notice to the subscriber to be given at any time thereafter, to terminate this agreement and to claim from the

subscriber, as liquidated damages, an amount equal to the aggregate of the monthly access charges in respect of the unexpired

portion of the initial period plus the amounts payable in terms of the agreements between Nashua Mobile and the global network

operator(s) in respect of this agreement.

NASHUA MOBILE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED (STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS)

Customer Acknowledgement

7.2 Ownership in the equipment will remain vested in Nashua Mobile for the 24 (twenty-four) month agreement period. Ownership of the

equipment will pass to the subscriber (except LCR, mobile solutions and telemetry subscribers and wireless telephony equipment)

upon due fulfilment of all its obligations in terms of this agreement. In the event of non-payment of its account, or its failure to per

form its obligations in terms of this agreement, Nashua Mobile reserves the right to blacklist the equipment.

7.3 All risk in and to the equipment shall pass to the subscriber upon delivery thereof to the subscriber and the subscriber shall be

obligated to maintain the equipment provided to it in terms of 7.1 in good working order and condition and will not modify or permit

the modification of the equipment without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

7.4 The subscriber shall ensure that the equipment is both suited to and compatible with the system and that it complies with all

applicable standards prescribed by the relevant governmental authority.

7.5 In the event that the equipment or any other item of equipment used in conjunction with the SIM card(s) is lost, stolen or damaged

beyond repair or is disposed of to a third party, the subscriber will immediately notify Nashua Mobile thereof in writing, and the

subscriber shall remain liable to Nashua Mobile for all charges incurred in respect of or through the use of such equipment and/or

the SIM card(s) used in conjunction with such equipment until Nashua Mobile procures the suspension of the service in respect of

such equipment and/or SIM card(s). The subscriber shall remain liable for and shall continue to pay all the charges payable in terms

of this agreement during the currency of this agreement as and when they become due, including all charges in respect of the SIM

card(s) used in conjunction with such equipment that has been lost, stolen or damaged beyond repair or disposed of to a third party.

7.6 The subscriber shall notify Nashua Mobile in writing of the full particulars of the equipment from time to time to be used in conjunction

with any SIM card(s) issued in terms of this agreement, including without limitation, make, model and service/serial number.

7.7 If the subscriber at any time during the currency of this agreement recovers equipment that has been lost, stolen or disposed of, or

has replaced equipment, whether pursuant to the loss, theft, damage or disposal thereof or otherwise, Nashua Mobile will, at the

request of the subscriber and provided that the subscriber is not in any breach of any term of this agreement, connect such

equipment to the system at its then applicable connection charge.

7.8 The subscriber accepts and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile is not the equipment manufacturer and all equipment supplied to the

subscriber will be subject to the relevant manufacturer’s standard warranty terms and conditions if applicable

7.9 In the event of equipment delivered to LCR, telemetry , and wireless telephony subscribers, including the software incorporated in the

equipment and all intellectual property rights in and to the equipment, such equipment will not become the property of the subscriber

and the equipment will be returned to Nashua Mobile on termination of this agreement, unless the subscriber has purchased the

equipment from Nashua Mobile.

7.10 LCR, telemetry and wireless telephony subscribers will not be entitled to give up possession of the equipment, in whole or in part

to any third party and will not be entitled to remove and re-install the equipment at a different location.

7.11 Nashua Mobile will instruct contractors to install the equipment at the LCR subscriber’s premises and further instruct contractors to

maintain the equipment for the duration of this agreement. Nashua Mobile’s representatives, employees, agents and

contractors may at all reasonable times, without giving rise to any claim or right of action on the part of the subscriber, enter the

subscriber’s premises to inspect the equipment, carry out necessary repairs, replacement of equipment, or to perform any other

lawful function in the bona fide interest of Nashua Mobile in respect of the equipment.

7.12 LCR and telemetry subscribers acknowledge and agree that the equipment is movable property and that it will not be installed with

the intention that it remains or accedes to whatever housing it may be installed with or to.

7.13 LCR, telemetry and wireless telemetry subscribers will at all times keep the equipment in its possession and under its control at

its premises. The subscriber may not make any alteration or modification to the equipment.

7.14 LCR subscribers will advise the landlord of the subscriber’s premises that ownership of the equipment vests in Nashua Mobile. The

LCR subscriber will advise Nashua Mobile of the full name and address of its landlord.

8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

8.1 Nashua Mobile shall not be liable to the subscriber in any circumstances whatsoever for any loss, injury or damage of any nature

whatsoever or howsoever arising and whether in contract or in delict, including loss of profit or any other special damages, indirect

or consequential loss or damages which the subscriber or any other person may sustain, whether as a result of any breach of this

agreement by Nashua Mobile or the global network operator(s) or the wireless network operators, or their respective employees and

contractors, or whether caused directly or indirectly by the equipment or the use thereof, and the subscriber hereby indemnifies

Nashua Mobile and holds it harmless against any such claim by any other person.

8.2 Nashua Mobile shall not be held liable to the subscriber or any third party in regard to any porting request or porting activity;

8.3 Nashua Mobile may, without the consent of the subscriber, disclose any information of the subscriber to any third party as it may be

required to do in terms of any legislation;

8.4 Any known or unknown risk attached to the use of the equipment and the connection thereof to the system, shall be deemed to have

passed to the subscriber on the commencement date, and the subscriber hereby indemnifies Nashua Mobile and holds it harmless

against any claim by any other person relating to the use of the equipment and/or the connection thereof to the system.

9. SUSPENSION OF SERVICES AND TERMINATION

9.1 Nashua Mobile may at any time suspend the services, in whole or in part, without notice to the subscriber and without incurring any

liability whatsoever -

9.1.1 should Nashua Mobile be unable to provide the services, in whole or in part, whether due to force majeure or otherwise

through no fault of its own; or

9.1.2 should an agreement in terms of which Nashua Mobile derives its rights to provide the services, be suspended, cancelled

or terminated; or

9.1.3 should such suspension of the services be necessary in order to facilitate any repairs, modification, maintenance,

improvements or remedial works in respect of the system; or

9.1.4 should the subscriber fail to comply with any term of this agreement; or

9.1.5 should the subscriber use equipment that infringes or is alleged to infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party.

9.2 Should the services be suspended pursuant to 9.1.1 or 9.1.2, Nashua Mobile shall use its reasonable endeavours to provide an

alternative service to the subscriber, whether through an alternative global network operator or service provider or otherwise, all in

Nashua Mobile’s discretion. Should Nashua Mobile fail to provide an alternative service within 60 (sixty) days after the

commencement of the suspension, either party shall be entitled by written notice to the other, to terminate this agreement with

immediate effect. In such event, the subscriber shall remain liable for all charges accrued up to date of such termination, which

charges shall be payable on demand.

9.3 Should the services be suspended by reason of default of the subscriber, the subscriber shall be liable to Nashua Mobile for its then

applicable connection charges, payable on cessation of the suspension.

10. BREACH

10.1 Should the subscriber breach any term of this agreement and fail to remedy such breach within 10 (ten) days after despatch of

written notice calling upon it to do so, or should any information furnished by the subscriber in the subscriber application form not

be true and correct, or should the subscriber be provisionally or finally liquidated or declared insolvent or die, or attempt to com

promise with any of its creditors, or allow any judgement against it to remain unsatisfied for a period of 14 (fourteen) days after the

date of such judgement, or should the equipment be attached under any legal process issued against the subscriber if purchased

or leased from Nashua Mobile or should the agreement in respect of the equipment be terminated by Nashua Mobile, Nashua Mobile

shall be entitled, but not obliged, and without detracting from any other rights that it may have in law or in terms of this agreement -

10.1.1 to suspend the services, in whole or in part, and to disconnect the equipment; and/or

10.1.2 to terminate this agreement and recover from the subscriber as liquidated damages, the aggregate of the monthly access

charges for the unexpired portion (if any) of the initial period plus all amounts payable under any agreement between

Nashua Mobile and the global network operator(s) and/or wireless network operators in respect of this agreement; or

10.1.3 to claim specific performance of all of the subscriber's obligations in terms of this agreement.

10.2 Without prejudice to the generality of 10.1 it is agreed that should the subscriber for whatever reason and either with or

without the consent of Nashua Mobile attempt to terminate this agreement at any time before the expiry of the initial period, then

Nashua Mobile shall in its entire and absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights be entitled forthwith to claim

immediate settlement of all outstanding amounts due and payable in respect of this agreement and any amounts payable under

any agreement between Nashua Mobile and the global network operator(s) in respect of this agreement, whether or not such

amounts are at such time due in terms of this agreement. Nashua Mobile shall further be entitled to suspend the connection of

the equipment to the system and to give notice to any Credit or Information Bureau/s to list the subscriber as a defaulter. Porting

will be considered to be termination of this agreement.

11. CERTIFICATE

A certificate signed by any manager of Nashua Mobile (whose appointment and authority it shall not be necessary to prove) as to the

existence of any facts and, in particular, without limiting the generality of the aforegoing, as to the amount of any indebtedness of the subscriber

to Nashua Mobile in terms of and pursuant to this agreement, shall constitute prime facie proof of such facts for any purpose and,

more particularly, for the purposes of obtaining provisional sentence, default judgment or summary judgment or their equivalent in any

court of competent jurisdiction.

12. NO RELIANCE

The subscriber acknowledges and agrees that:-

12.1 it is not acting as an agent on behalf of any other party;

12.2 it has not relied on any representations or undertakings made by Nashua Mobile;

12.3 in entering into this agreement it has made its own judgment and has not relied on any view expressed by Nashua Mobile;

12.4 it has consulted with its own legal and tax advisers to the extent that it deems necessary; and

12.5 it is entering into this agreement with a full understanding of the terms, conditions and risks thereof and it is capable of and

willing to assume those risks.

13. MAGISTRATES' COURT JURISDICTION

For the purpose of all or any proceedings hereunder the parties consent to the jurisdiction of the magistrates' court having territorial

jurisdiction, notwithstanding that such proceedings are otherwise beyond its jurisdiction. This clause shall be deemed to constitute the

required written consent conferring jurisdiction upon the said court pursuant to section 45 of the Magistrates' Court Act, 1944,

provided, nevertheless, that any party shall have the right at its sole option and discretion to institute proceedings in any other

competent court.

14. DOMICILIUM CITANDI ET EXECUTANDI

14.1. The parties choose as their domicilia citandi et executandi for all purposes this agreement, whether in respect of court process,

notices or other documents or communications of whatsoever nature (including the exercise of any option), the following addresses:

14.1.1. Nashua Mobile -

42 James Crescent

Halfway House Telefax: (011) 207 9000

Midrand.

14.1.2. the subscriber: at its physical address and telefax number set out in the subscriber application form;

14.2 Any notice or communication required or permitted to be given in terms of this agreement shall be valid and effective only if in

writing but it shall be competent to give notice by telefax.

14.3 Any party may by notice to any other party change the physical address chosen as its domicilium citandi et executandi vis-à-vis that

party to another physical address or its telefax number, provided that the change shall become effective vis-à-vis that addressee on

the 10th business day after receipt of the notice by the addressee.

14.4 Any notice to a party -

14.4.1 delivered by hand to a responsible person during ordinary business hours at the physical address chosen as its

domicilium citandi et executandi shall be deemed to have been received on the day of delivery; or

14.4.2 sent by telefax to its chosen telefax number stipulated in clause 14.1, shall be deemed to have been received on the date

of transmission (unless the contrary is proved).

14.5 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained a written notice or communication actually received by a party shall be

an adequate written notice or communication to it notwithstanding that it was not sent to or delivered at its chosen domicilium

citandi et executandi.

15. CESSION

15.1 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled to cede, assign and delegate all or any of its rights and obligations in terms of this agreement to a

third party, in which event Nashua Mobile shall give the subscriber written notice thereof.

15.2 The subscriber shall not be entitled to cede, assign or delegate any of its rights or obligations in terms of this agreement

without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

15.3 Should the subscriber be a company, the transfer of more than 25 % (twenty five percent) of its issued share capital, and/or the

issue of any of its unissued shares or any future increase in its share capital which results in a change in the effective control of the

subscriber, shall be deemed to be a cession and assignment of the subscriber's rights which shall require Nashua Mobile's prior

written consent.

15.4 The provisions of 15.3 shall apply mutatis mutandis if the subscriber is a close corporation.

15.5 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, without prejudice to any of its other rights, to terminate this agreement on 7 (seven) days

written notice to the subscriber in the event that the subscriber shall purport to cede, assign or delegate any of its rights or

obligations in terms of this agreement without the prior written consent of Nashua Mobile.

16. WHOLE AGREEMENT, NO AMENDMENT

16.1 No extension of time or waiver or relaxation of any of the provisions or terms of this agreement or any agreement, bill of exchange

or other document issued or executed pursuant to or in terms of this agreement, shall operate as an estoppel against any party in

respect of its rights in this agreement, nor shall it operate so as to preclude such party thereafter from exercising its rights strictly

in accordance with this agreement.

16.2To the extent permissible by law no party shall be bound by any term, representation, warranty, promise or the like not

recorded herein, whether or not it induced the contract.

16.3 This agreement together with all addenda and schedules signed by the parties constitutes the entire agreement between the parties.

16.4 Save as may be otherwise expressly provided in this agreement, no alteration, variation or consensual cancellation of this

agreement and no addition to this agreement shall be of any force or effect unless reduced to writing and signed by the parties or

their duly authorised representatives.

16.5 No failure, delay, relaxation or indulgence on the part of Nashua Mobile in exercising any power or right conferred upon it in terms

of this agreement shall operate as a waiver of such power or right, nor shall any such failure, delay, relaxation or indulgence be

deemed to be a novation of any of the terms and conditions of this agreement. The acceptance by Nashua Mobile of any payment

by the subscriber after the termination of this contract shall not be deemed to be a waiver of Nashua Mobile’ s rights or be deemed

to constitute a novation of this agreement.

17. COSTS

The subscriber shall on demand pay all expenses incurred by Nashua Mobile either on behalf of the subscriber or as a result of the

subscriber’s failure to comply with any provision of this agreement, including tracing costs and all legal costs calculated on the scale as

between attorney and own client.

18. NSURANCE AND ADDITIONAL SERVICES

18.1 Should the subscriber request insurance cover or any additional services as set out in the subscriber application form or in any

schedules or addenda to this agreement then Nashua Mobile shall be authorised to arrange the necessary insurance cover and/or

additional services and recover from the subscriber the cost of such insurance and all charges from time to time in respect of the

additional services subscribed for by the subscriber.

18.2 The subscriber will be responsible to request and ensure that it understands and acknowledges all terms and conditions of such

insurance or additional services prior to accepting such insurance or additional services. Nashua Mobile accepts, in good faith, that

the subscriber requesting such insurance or additional services is aware of and accepts all applicable terms and conditions.

19. MIGRATION

The subscriber shall not be entitled during the initial period to vary the package/tariff plan subscribed to in terms of this agreement to a

package/tariff plan which is less expensive than that selected by it in the subscriber application form, unless approved in writing by

Nashua Mobile and upon payment of the applicable migration fees to Nashua Mobile.

20. DEPOSIT

20.1The subscriber undertakes that it shall, on the commencement date, pay to Nashua Mobile the deposit as set out in the

subscriber application form.

20.2 Nashua Mobile shall be entitled, in its sole and absolute discretion to determine the amount of the deposit required by it.

20.3The deposit paid by the subscriber shall be retained by Nashua Mobile until the termination of this agreement, free of any

interest to the subscriber and as security for the payment by the subscriber of all amounts for which the subscriber shall be liable

to pay to Nashua Mobile in terms of this agreement.

20.4 Nashua Mobile shall have the right to appropriate all or part of the deposit, upon termination of the contract, towards

payment of any amount then owing to it in terms of this agreement.

20.5 Subject to the provisions of 20.3 and 20.4, Nashua Mobile will repay such deposit to the subscriber, or the balance thereof if any,

within fourteen days after the termination of this agreement.

21. DISCLAIMERS

21.1 Nashua Mobile has made no representations or warranties and disclaims liability in respect of any representations or warranties in respect of

the system, the services, the availability and/or accuracy of the system or the services or the fitness of the services for a particular

purpose.

21.2The subscriber specifically accepts and acknowledges that Nashua Mobile acts merely as a distributor of any data and the

subscriber accepts all liability arising from any claims, inter alia claims relating to:

21.2.1 any intellectual property infringement contained in the information including copyright infringement (whether digital or

otherwise), trade mark infringement, infringement of trade secrets and/or databases;

21.2.2 the distribution of any defamatory, discriminatory or obscene material, whether unacceptable or illegal; the distribution of

any sexually explicit messages, images, cartoons or jokes, whether unacceptable or illegal; the distribution of offensive,

disruptive, harmful or insulting material; the distribution of computer viruses; the distribution and/or disclosure of private

information; and the subscriber’s breach of contract to a third party.

21.2.3 non-compliance with any legislation and/or regulations, including but not limited to, regulations issued by the South

African Revenue Services from time to time.

21.3 Nashua Mobile will take reasonable actions to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of the subscriber’s information furnished to

Nashua Mobile.

22. OVERIDING PROVISIONS

Unless otherwise specifically stipulated in writing to the contrary, the terms and conditions herein contained shall supersede and prevail

over any terms and conditions contained in any other document(s) signed or submitted by the subscriber.

23. UPGRADES

23.1 The subscriber shall be entitled to make application to Nashua Mobile at the expiry of any initial period for an upgrade. All upgrades

are in the sole and absolute discretion of Nashua Mobile.

23.2 In the event that an upgrade is granted, the subscriber will be bound to Nashua Mobile for a further 24 (twenty-four) month

contract period calculated from the expiry of the prior initial period, or upgrade commencement date, whichever date is later. All

upgrades are subject to Nashua Mobile’s standard terms and conditions.

23.3 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that if he/she/it is issued with new equipment in respect of the upgrade, acceptance or

use of such equipment will provide sufficient proof of the subscriber’s intention to be bound to Nashua Mobile in respect of the

upgrade contract period.

24. UNDERTAKING AS CO-PRINCIPAL DEBTOR ON BEHALF OF THE SUBSCRIBER BY THE SIGNATORY

If the subscriber as identified in the application form is any entity with a juristic personality (including trusts), then the signatory hereto

who signs on behalf of the subscriber ("the signatory") warrants that he is duly authorised to enter into this agreement and sign the debit

authorisation on the subscriber's bank account. By his/her signature, the signatory hereby binds himself as co-principal debtor for the

subscriber unto and in favour of Nashua Mobile for the due and punctual fulfillment of all the subscriber's obligations to Nashua Mobile

arising out of this agreement including the payment of all charges, fees, penalties, and liquidated damages. The signatory as

co-principal debtor hereby renounces and waives the benefits of the legal defences excussion, division of cession of actions and hereby

acknowledges that he understands the full meaning of such defences and the effect of such renunciation and waiver.

25. BLACKLISTING

25.1 In terms of the Blacklisting Agreement entered into by the global network operators, Nashua Mobile accepts blacklisting instructions

in good faith and will not be liable to the subscriber or any third party for any damages whatsoever and howsoever arising from the

blacklisting of equipment.

25.2 The subscriber must report and provide Nashua Mobile with particulars from the South African Police Services relating to the loss,

theft or damage of the blacklisted handset within 24 (twenty-four) hours, failing which Nashua Mobile reserves the right to

disregard the blacklisting instruction previously received.

25.3 Nashua Mobile reserves the right to blacklist any handset issued to a subscriber where a subscriber is in material breach of this

agreement and fails to remedy such breach despite demand and/or request calling on it to do so.

1. INTERPRETATION AND PRELIMINARY

The headings of the clauses in this agreement are for the purpose of convenience and reference only and shall not be used in the

interpretation of, nor modify nor amplify the terms of this agreement nor any clause hereof. Unless a contrary intention clearly appears -

1.1 words importing -

1.1.1 any one gender include the other two genders;

1.1.2 the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

1.1.3 natural persons include created entities (corporate or unincorporated) and the state and vice versa;

1.2 the following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them hereunder and cognate expressions shall have corresponding

meanings, namely -

1.2.1 “the/this agreement” means the agreement contained in this document together with the subscriber application form and

all schedules and addenda to this agreement from time to time;

1.2.2 “call charge” means the charge for each call, data transfer and/or short message service (“SMS”) text message

registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment / SIM card, calculated at the cost per

unit of time utilised by the subscriber, as set out in the schedule of charges;

1.2.3 “charges” means connection charges, monthly access charges, call charges and all other charges payable for the

provision of the services published in the schedule of charges from time to time in respect of the services subscribed for

by the subscriber;

1.2.4 “charges limit” means the maximum amount of charges which the subscriber may incur in any month as set out in the

subscriber application form, or as varied by Nashua Mobile from time to time in accordance with the provisions of Clause 4.8;

1.2.5 “commencement date” means the date of activation of the SIM card(s) on the system; or the commencement date of the

service in terms of non-SIM card services (e.g. Corporate APNs, direct connect, or any other wireless services etc)

1.2.6 “connection charge” means the charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile for connecting the equipment to the

system, or the charge for registering the subscriber for use of the services;

1.2.7 “connection date” means the date on which Nashua Mobile connects the equipment to the system and/or allows the

subscriber use of the services;

1.2.8 “data services” means, inter alia, electronic document distribution (“EDD”), SmartMail services, internet messaging

service (“IMS”), services, the user of the multi-protocol gateway (“MPG”), all technologies as set forth and supplied by

the network operators and all such further technological services available from time to time for the communication of data;

1.2.9 “deposit” means the deposit payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile as set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.10 “equipment” means cellular telephones, wireless telephony equipment, telemetry equipment, leased line connectivity,

any device connected to the Global System for Mobile Communications (“GSM”), wireless hotspots or internet service

providers; and in the event of LCR the equipment comprising a terminal connected to the subscriber’s PABX system

(where applicable), which in conjunction with the SIM card, and when activated by Nashua Mobile, permits the subscriber

access to the services;

1.2.11 “the global network operator(s)” means those operators who have been licensed to operate the system, currently

Vodacom Group (Proprietary) Limited (“Vodacom”), Mobile Telephone Networks (Proprietary) Limited (“MTN”), Cell C

(Proprietary) Limited ("Cell C") and all other such operators that might be licensed by the competent authorities from time to time;

1.2.12 “initial period” means the initial period set out in the subscriber application form or, in relation to any additional SIM cards

delivered to the subscriber after the commencement date, the initial period in respect thereof referred to in 2.2. Unless

otherwise specified in the subscriber application form, the initial period is a period of 24 (twenty-four) months calculated

from the commencement date;

1.2.13 “LCR” means least cost routing, a mobile or fixed telecommunications solution whereby mobile terminating traffic is

routed to a mobile device via the LCR equipment or a direct connection;

1.2.14 “monthly access charge” means the monthly charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile in respect of each SIM

card or solution so as to provide the subscriber access to the services;

1.2.15 “Nashua Mobile” means Nashua Mobile (Proprietary) Limited, a private company duly registered in terms of the

Companies Act of the Republic of South Africa under registration number: 1986/004789/07;

1.2.16 "parties" means collectively Nashua Mobile and the subscriber, and "party" shall mean either one of them as the

context requires;

1.2.17 “port or porting” means the transfer of the subscriber’s cellular telephone number to either another global network

operator or to another service provider;

1.2.18 “schedule of charges” means the standard list of charges, as published by Nashua Mobile from time to time, detailing

the then current charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile;

1.2.19 “the services” means the provision of mobile and/ or wireless telecommunication services in terms of this agreement by

means of the connection of the equipment and/or the SIM card(s) to the system, utilising technology that enables the

subscriber to make and receive calls, transfer and receive data and send and receive short message service text

messages together with such additional and ancillary services as may be made available by Nashua Mobile to the

subscriber from time to time;

1.2.20 “SIM card(s)” means the subscriber identification module(s), supplied or allocated by Nashua Mobile to the subscriber in

terms of this agreement, which when activated by Nashua Mobile and/or used in conjunction with the equipment,

permits the subscriber access to the services, and may include a virtual sim card (which refers to the connection to the

system without a tangible sim card)

1.2.21 “the subscriber” means the subscriber whose particulars are set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.22 “subscriber application form” means the subscriber application form which forms part of this agreement;

1.2.23 “subscriber premises” will mean the premises of the subscriber where the equipment must be installed where

applicable;

1.2.24 “system” means the public digital cellular mobile telecommunication system operated by the global network operator(s)

and, where applicable, fixed line or wireless network operators, through which the services are made available by Nashua

Mobile to the subscriber;

1.2.25 wireless network operators” shall mean any operator facilitating the reception and transmission of services that cannot

be classified as GSM, for example Sentech, WBS (Iburst) and any other operator providing the aforesaid service;

1.3 When any number of days is prescribed in this agreement, same shall be reckoned exclusively of the first and inclusively of the last

day unless the last day falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, in which case the last day shall be the next succeeding day

which is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday;

1.4 Expressions defined in this agreement shall bear the same meanings in schedules, addenda or annexures to this agreement which

do not themselves contain their own definitions.

1.5 The expiration or termination of this agreement shall not affect such of the provisions of this agreement as expressly provide that they

will operate after any such expiration or termination or which of necessity must continue to have effect after such expiration or

termination, notwithstanding that the clauses themselves do not expressly provide for this.

1.6 The rule of construction that this agreement shall be interpreted against the party responsible for the drafting or preparation of this

agreement, shall not apply.

1.7 Where an expression has been defined and such definition contains a provision conferring rights or imposing obligations on any party,

effect shall be given to that provision as if it were a substantive provision contained in the body of this agreement.

2. DURATION

2.1 This agreement shall commence on the commencement date, and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision

of this agreement, shall endure for the initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party by giving the other

party one calendar month’s written notice of termination (with the exception of LCR services). Such notice of termination shall

be effective from the first day of the next calendar month. For clarity purposes and by way of example, in the event of a

subscriber, after the initial period, giving Nashua Mobile written notice of termination during a particular month (example 28th

May), that notice of termination will only take effect on the 1st of the following month (example 1st June) and termination will

occur at any time (at Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion) on the last day of the latter month (example 30th June). The aforesaid

termination notice period shall, however not be applicable to LCR services. In regard to LCR services, this agreement shall

commence on the commencement date and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision of this agreement, shall

endure for an initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party on not less than 90 (ninety) days’ prior

written notice of termination to the other party.

2.2 Subject to any written notice by Nashua Mobile to the contrary, each additional SIM card (if any) delivered to the subscriber after the

commencement date shall be subject to the provisions of this agreement, save that in respect of each such SIM card, this

agreement and the initial period shall commence on the date of delivery of such SIM card (“the deemed commencement date”) and,

subject to any other lawful termination thereof this agreement shall remain binding on the parties in respect of such SIM card until

terminated by either party in terms of clause 2.1 after the expiry of the initial period as calculated from the deemed commencement date.

3. PROVISION OF THE SERVICES

3.1 Nashua Mobile undertakes to provide the services to the subscriber upon the terms and conditions set out in this agreement. The

services may include the delivery of one or more SIM cards (as specified in the subscriber application form or in any subsequent

addenda, schedules or purchase orders) to the subscriber and the connection of the SIM card(s) and the equipment to the system,

and/or may include solely connection of the equipment to the system where SIM cards are not required

3.2 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that:

3.2.1 the system is not operated by Nashua Mobile;

3.2.2 Nashua Mobile has no obligation of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising in respect of the equipment or service;

3.2.3 the availability and/or quality of the services may be affected by factors including, but not limited to, the system, the

equipment and accessories used with the equipment, atmospheric conditions, radio frequency disturbances and other

factors beyond the control of Nashua Mobile.

3.3 Whilst Nashua Mobile will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the services are provided in accordance with this agreement,

Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee or undertake that the provision of the services will be provided at all times and

accordingly Nashua Mobile will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising

that may be sustained by the subscriber as a result of any faults or interruptions in the provision of the services.

1. INTERPRETATION AND PRELIMINARY

The headings of the clauses in this agreement are for the purpose of convenience and reference only and shall not be used in the

interpretation of, nor modify nor amplify the terms of this agreement nor any clause hereof. Unless a contrary intention clearly appears -

1.1 words importing -

1.1.1 any one gender include the other two genders;

1.1.2 the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

1.1.3 natural persons include created entities (corporate or unincorporated) and the state and vice versa;

1.2 the following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them hereunder and cognate expressions shall have corresponding

meanings, namely -

1.2.1 “the/this agreement” means the agreement contained in this document together with the subscriber application form and

all schedules and addenda to this agreement from time to time;

1.2.2 “call charge” means the charge for each call, data transfer and/or short message service (“SMS”) text message

registered and recorded on the system as having emanated from the equipment / SIM card, calculated at the cost per

unit of time utilised by the subscriber, as set out in the schedule of charges;

1.2.3 “charges” means connection charges, monthly access charges, call charges and all other charges payable for the

provision of the services published in the schedule of charges from time to time in respect of the services subscribed for

by the subscriber;

1.2.4 “charges limit” means the maximum amount of charges which the subscriber may incur in any month as set out in the

subscriber application form, or as varied by Nashua Mobile from time to time in accordance with the provisions of Clause 4.8;

1.2.5 “commencement date” means the date of activation of the SIM card(s) on the system; or the commencement date of the

service in terms of non-SIM card services (e.g. Corporate APNs, direct connect, or any other wireless services etc)

1.2.6 “connection charge” means the charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile for connecting the equipment to the

system, or the charge for registering the subscriber for use of the services;

1.2.7 “connection date” means the date on which Nashua Mobile connects the equipment to the system and/or allows the

subscriber use of the services;

1.2.8 “data services” means, inter alia, electronic document distribution (“EDD”), SmartMail services, internet messaging

service (“IMS”), services, the user of the multi-protocol gateway (“MPG”), all technologies as set forth and supplied by

the network operators and all such further technological services available from time to time for the communication of data;

1.2.9 “deposit” means the deposit payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile as set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.10 “equipment” means cellular telephones, wireless telephony equipment, telemetry equipment, leased line connectivity,

any device connected to the Global System for Mobile Communications (“GSM”), wireless hotspots or internet service

providers; and in the event of LCR the equipment comprising a terminal connected to the subscriber’s PABX system

(where applicable), which in conjunction with the SIM card, and when activated by Nashua Mobile, permits the subscriber

access to the services;

1.2.11 “the global network operator(s)” means those operators who have been licensed to operate the system, currently

Vodacom Group (Proprietary) Limited (“Vodacom”), Mobile Telephone Networks (Proprietary) Limited (“MTN”), Cell C

(Proprietary) Limited ("Cell C") and all other such operators that might be licensed by the competent authorities from time to time;

1.2.12 “initial period” means the initial period set out in the subscriber application form or, in relation to any additional SIM cards

delivered to the subscriber after the commencement date, the initial period in respect thereof referred to in 2.2. Unless

otherwise specified in the subscriber application form, the initial period is a period of 24 (twenty-four) months calculated

from the commencement date;

1.2.13 “LCR” means least cost routing, a mobile or fixed telecommunications solution whereby mobile terminating traffic is

routed to a mobile device via the LCR equipment or a direct connection;

1.2.14 “monthly access charge” means the monthly charge payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile in respect of each SIM

card or solution so as to provide the subscriber access to the services;

1.2.15 “Nashua Mobile” means Nashua Mobile (Proprietary) Limited, a private company duly registered in terms of the

Companies Act of the Republic of South Africa under registration number: 1986/004789/07;

1.2.16 "parties" means collectively Nashua Mobile and the subscriber, and "party" shall mean either one of them as the

context requires;

1.2.17 “port or porting” means the transfer of the subscriber’s cellular telephone number to either another global network

operator or to another service provider;

1.2.18 “schedule of charges” means the standard list of charges, as published by Nashua Mobile from time to time, detailing

the then current charges payable by the subscriber to Nashua Mobile;

1.2.19 “the services” means the provision of mobile and/ or wireless telecommunication services in terms of this agreement by

means of the connection of the equipment and/or the SIM card(s) to the system, utilising technology that enables the

subscriber to make and receive calls, transfer and receive data and send and receive short message service text

messages together with such additional and ancillary services as may be made available by Nashua Mobile to the

subscriber from time to time;

1.2.20 “SIM card(s)” means the subscriber identification module(s), supplied or allocated by Nashua Mobile to the subscriber in

terms of this agreement, which when activated by Nashua Mobile and/or used in conjunction with the equipment,

permits the subscriber access to the services, and may include a virtual sim card (which refers to the connection to the

system without a tangible sim card)

1.2.21 “the subscriber” means the subscriber whose particulars are set out in the subscriber application form;

1.2.22 “subscriber application form” means the subscriber application form which forms part of this agreement;

1.2.23 “subscriber premises” will mean the premises of the subscriber where the equipment must be installed where

applicable;

1.2.24 “system” means the public digital cellular mobile telecommunication system operated by the global network operator(s)

and, where applicable, fixed line or wireless network operators, through which the services are made available by Nashua

Mobile to the subscriber;

1.2.25 wireless network operators” shall mean any operator facilitating the reception and transmission of services that cannot

be classified as GSM, for example Sentech, WBS (Iburst) and any other operator providing the aforesaid service;

1.3 When any number of days is prescribed in this agreement, same shall be reckoned exclusively of the first and inclusively of the last

day unless the last day falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, in which case the last day shall be the next succeeding day

which is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday;

1.4 Expressions defined in this agreement shall bear the same meanings in schedules, addenda or annexures to this agreement which

do not themselves contain their own definitions.

1.5 The expiration or termination of this agreement shall not affect such of the provisions of this agreement as expressly provide that they

will operate after any such expiration or termination or which of necessity must continue to have effect after such expiration or

termination, notwithstanding that the clauses themselves do not expressly provide for this.

1.6 The rule of construction that this agreement shall be interpreted against the party responsible for the drafting or preparation of this

agreement, shall not apply.

1.7 Where an expression has been defined and such definition contains a provision conferring rights or imposing obligations on any party,

effect shall be given to that provision as if it were a substantive provision contained in the body of this agreement.

2. DURATION

2.1 This agreement shall commence on the commencement date, and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision

of this agreement, shall endure for the initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party by giving the other

party one calendar month’s written notice of termination (with the exception of LCR services). Such notice of termination shall

be effective from the first day of the next calendar month. For clarity purposes and by way of example, in the event of a

subscriber, after the initial period, giving Nashua Mobile written notice of termination during a particular month (example 28th

May), that notice of termination will only take effect on the 1st of the following month (example 1st June) and termination will

occur at any time (at Nashua Mobile’s sole discretion) on the last day of the latter month (example 30th June). The aforesaid

termination notice period shall, however not be applicable to LCR services. In regard to LCR services, this agreement shall

commence on the commencement date and, unless terminated in accordance with any other provision of this agreement, shall

endure for an initial period and thereafter indefinitely until terminated by either party on not less than 90 (ninety) days’ prior

written notice of termination to the other party.

2.2 Subject to any written notice by Nashua Mobile to the contrary, each additional SIM card (if any) delivered to the subscriber after the

commencement date shall be subject to the provisions of this agreement, save that in respect of each such SIM card, this

agreement and the initial period shall commence on the date of delivery of such SIM card (“the deemed commencement date”) and,

subject to any other lawful termination thereof this agreement shall remain binding on the parties in respect of such SIM card until

terminated by either party in terms of clause 2.1 after the expiry of the initial period as calculated from the deemed commencement date.

3. PROVISION OF THE SERVICES

3.1 Nashua Mobile undertakes to provide the services to the subscriber upon the terms and conditions set out in this agreement. The

services may include the delivery of one or more SIM cards (as specified in the subscriber application form or in any subsequent

addenda, schedules or purchase orders) to the subscriber and the connection of the SIM card(s) and the equipment to the system,

and/or may include solely connection of the equipment to the system where SIM cards are not required

3.2 The subscriber acknowledges and accepts that:

3.2.1 the system is not operated by Nashua Mobile;

3.2.2 Nashua Mobile has no obligation of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising in respect of the equipment or service;

3.2.3 the availability and/or quality of the services may be affected by factors including, but not limited to, the system, the

equipment and accessories used with the equipment, atmospheric conditions, radio frequency disturbances and other

factors beyond the control of Nashua Mobile.

3.3 Whilst Nashua Mobile will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the services are provided in accordance with this agreement,

Nashua Mobile cannot and does not guarantee or undertake that the provision of the services will be provided at all times and

accordingly Nashua Mobile will not be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage of any nature whatsoever or howsoever arising

that may be sustained by the subscriber as a result of any faults or interruptions in the provision of the services.

1.THE AGREEMENT

1.1.

Nashua Mobile (Pty) Limited ("we", "us", 'our" ) has agreed to provide you with the services (“the Services”) and/or products (e.g. handset, laptop, modem, SIM card) (“the Products”) for the fixed term (“Fixed Term”) and any other items you have chosen on the subscriber application form (“Application form”) (attached hereto) for the applicable fees and charges (“Charges”) (as amended from time to time). These documents together constitute the entire agreement between us unless amended in writing.

1.2.

You agree to be bound to the Application form and these standard terms and conditions (“the Agreement”),which govern our legal relationship.

2.DURATION

2.1.

This Agreement will start on the date we activate your Service(s), and will continue for the Fixed Term as shown on the Application form.

2.2.

After the Fixed Term, this Agreement will continue automatically on a month-to-month basis, subject to any changes we make of which we have given you notice, unless you have expressly in writing directed us to terminate the Agreement on the expiry date; or you agree to a renewal or update of the Agreement for a further Fixed Term.

2.3.

We can give you 20 (twenty) business days written notice to cancel the Agreement as a result of a material failure by you to comply with the Agreement, unless you have rectified the failure within that time. You are entitled to cancel this Agreement by giving us 20 (twenty) business days written notice; however there will be an early cancellation penalty as set out in clause 4.4 below.

3.THE SERVICES

3.1.

The Services that we provide to you in this Agreement are shown on the Application form and may include connection to a third party network provider (e.g. Vodacom, MTN, Cell C or Telkom) in order to make and receive calls, send smses and/or use the Internet.

3.2.

We will provide the Services in a professional and diligent manner and will respond to your requests for on-site maintenance and support, if applicable to the Services you have requested. Should you request any additional or different Services other than those in the Application form then such Services will be subject to these terms and conditions and any additional terms and conditions which may apply to such Services.

3.3.

We will make the Services available to you as soon as we can but, because the Services are not provided to you directly by us, your connection or access to the Services may be delayed, interrupted or diminished not of our doing and beyond our control. You agree that we are not liable for such delay, interruption or diminution. You agree to comply with all usage restrictions, laws and limitations applicable to such Services, or any portion thereof.

3.4.

You hereby agree that this Agreement and/or the Services are not conditional upon the continued operation or use of any Products purchased, hired or acquired from us or a third party for use in conjunction with and/or to access the Services. This means that even though we have one agreement for the Services and the Products and may give you one statement for the two, if you are, for instance not satisfied with the Product (E.g. a handset/modem) for any reason or the Product is lost or stolen or in for repair, you still have to pay us the Charges for the Services (example subscription and Value Added Services costs) and may also still have to pay the costs of the Product that we are charging

you for.

3.5.

You accept that a third party network (for example Vodacom or Cell C or MTN) provides the Services to you. You are responsible for the SIM card and accept that a report received from the network operator reflecting the amount of data downloaded or calls made from your SIM card as valid and that we may charge you for it.

3.6.

You undertake that:

3.6.1

You will not use the Services to knowingly create, store or disseminate any illegal content or for any unlawful purpose;

3.6.2

You will at all times use the Services in a lawful manner and not infringe in any parties copyright or intellectual property law, whether registered or not;

3.6.3.

You will not use the Services to send spam messages (I.e. a message that was not requested by the receiver).

3.7.

You agree to our Acceptable Use Policy, the WASPA (Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association) and ISPA (Internet Services Provider Association) Code of Conduct (if applicable to your Services). These Policy and Codes can be viewed on www.nashuaisp.co.za or sent to you upon written request.

3.8.

Your failure to adhere to any of the above Policy’s and Codes and/ or the undertakings set out in Clause 3.6 above, shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement and we shall have the right to suspend and or terminate the Services immediately upon written notice to you. We shall in this event be entitled to claim the Agreement for the remainder of the contract period from you as well as any discounts offered to you.

4.CREDIT, CHARGES AND PAYMENT

4.1.

The Charges you agree to pay are on the Application form and are dependant on the tariff plan you have chosen, and these may be increased by us from time to time. You agree that there will be pro-rata charges in regards to subscription (excluding Pre Paid packages) depending on what day your Services were activated. You agree, and hereby authorise us to deduct the Charges by means of debit order from your bank account that appears on the Application form within 14 days from the date of our invoice, free of deduction or set-off, the amounts stated in our invoice, calculated in accordance with the Charges for the Services and/or Products, including monthly access or subscription Charges,

value added services charges, initial and reconnection charges, migration and other charges applicable to the Services and/or Products or any “package” or mix thereof for your use or availability. Should we not receive the payment we may charge interest on any overdue amount at a rate equal to 4 % (four percentage points) above the annual prime bank overdraft rate charged by Nedbank Limited, from time to time.

4.2.

The inclusive minutes/ rand value that may form part of the Services are dependant on the tariff/package chosen by you and are subject to the relevant network rules regarding the carry over and expiry of inclusive minutes/ rand value. This means that if the allocated free minutes/ rand value are not used within a certain time, it will expire and you will not be able to use it and will not receive any credit on your account for it.

4.3.

You agree that we may assess your credit history through the use of any credit bureau (e.g. ITC) to decide whether we are prepared to provide you with the Services and that we may report on your payment profile to such bureaus. It is at our sole election to approve you as a Subscriber.

4.4.

If the Services and/or this Agreement is cancelled for whatever reason before the end of the Fixed Term, upon the cancellation of the Agreement, you remain liable to us for any amounts owed to us in terms of the Agreement up to the date of cancellation as well as a cancellation penalty in contemplation of the Agreement enduring for its intended Fixed Term which will include the monthly subscription or access charges payable for the remainder of this Agreement or the amount that we owe the relevant Network Operator as a cancelation penalty, whichever amount is the lesser thereof. This amount must be paid in full immediately upon demand. Any discounts granted to you during the Fixed Term may also be claimed back from you.

4.5.

In the event of you wishing to port (transfer) your cellphone number to another Service Provider and cancel the Agreement with us, the cancellation fees must be paid by you before such port will be allowed.

4.6.

You may not change your package or tariff plan during the Fixed Term to a less expensive package or tariff unless we agree to it and upon payment of the applicable migration fees.

4.7.

We will invoice you on a monthly basis to the billing address you have provided on the Application form. We manage your account with us as one account even though you may have subscribed to more than one service with us. You agree that if you do not adhere to your obligations in terms of this Agreement or any other agreement with us then we may (at our election) suspend all your Services with notice and/or terminate your Services, on the whole account if we choose to do so, and claim the full amount owed from you.

4.8.

You also agree that a certificate signed by one of our managers as to the amount that you owe us will constitute prima facie proof of such amount owed. This means that if you disagree with the amount owed as shown on the invoice, then you have to prove that it is not owed. All Charges include VAT, unless stated to the contrary.

4.9.

We may request a deposit from you on the Application form. We shall keep the deposit, free of interest, as security for payment until termination of our Agreement. We may offset the deposit towards any amount then owed by you in terms of this Agreement.

4.10.

If there are any queries or errors on your invoice, you must inform us within 30 (thirty) days from date of our invoice so that we may fix it (if incorrect) or answer your concerns. After the 30 (thirty) day period from date of our invoice you agree that the amount shown on the invoice is the correct amount that you owe us.

4.11.

You accept that there might be a delay in receiving billing information from the Network Operators and that we may bill you (and you will pay us) for use of the Services up to 6 (six) months after such use has occurred. Even though there might be this delay, you will still be liable for these Charges because you used the Services.

4.12.

You remain liable for all Charges registered on the SIM card connected to your account and confirmed by the relevant Network Operator.

5.CALL LIMITS

5.1.

We may place a call limit on your account based on your credit record, and/or you may request us to put a call limit on your account in order to monitor your own cellular spend. You accept that such a call limit is not a guaranteed service and there may be delays in the activation of the call limit or a delay in receiving the usage data from the Networks. Call limits does not work whilst you are using the Services overseas as there is a delay in receiving the usage information from the Network Operators overseas. You under stand that even if the call limit does not lock your account or notify you that you are over the limit, you will still have to pay for the Charges that get billed to your account due to you using the Services over the call limit.

5.2.

A call limit only activates and records on our System the moment the Services are ended by you. E.g. on a 3G/ data service, the call limit will only register once you have disconnected your SIM card from your laptop. You will be liable for all or any Charges incurred whilst your SIM card is connected.

5.3.

You accept that you are responsible for the necessary virus protection on your laptop and cellphone and will ensure that no automatic downloads or erroneous call diverts run from your equipment which could result in costly downloads.

6.PRODUCTS WE SUPPLY YOU

6.1.

Delivery of all Products is dependent upon stock availability and other factors. Upon delivery of the Product to you, all risk in and to the Products will pass to you. This means that you take full responsibility for the Product and we will not replace the Product (unless insured by us) if it is stolen or lost. We remain the owners of the Product for the Fixed Term and therefore we may also compel you to insure the Product and provide us with proof of such insurance cover. You agree to comply with the manufacturer’s instructions and all licensing terms where software is supplied for use with the Products and all other use restrictions.

Your sign-off of our delivery advice/note, timesheets or other means of acknowledgement (for example by utilising the service or product) that you are satisfied that we have performed the Services and/or delivered the Products and that we may charge you accordingly.

6.2.

All of our Products supplied to you are warranted in accordance with industry norms against defective workmanship and components, but the terms of our warranty are subject to the manufacturer’s and/or supplier’s terms of warranty as to duration, “Out of Box failures”, returns and handling procedures and any charges. To the extent such warranty terms do not accompany the Product packaging then, upon request, we will provide you with specific applicable terms. The terms of such warranty will prevail over all other warranties and guarantees.

6.3.

If we should loan any Product to you then you bear all risk of theft, loss, damage or destruction and, subject to our terms of warranty, you will be responsible for maintenance and support of such Product. In the event of any damage and or loss to such loan unit you shall be liable to us for the replacement thereof.

6.4.

In the event that you make use of the Products for our Least cost routing or VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Services, any routers or equipment that is provided to you as part of a package or bundle can only be used by you in conjunction with the specific Network which offered the package. The LCR or VoIP equipment remains the property of Nashua Mobile. Nashua Mobile shall have the right to remove the equipment upon termination of this Agreement (for whatever reason). You undertake upon installation of the equipment to notify the owner of the premises that Nashua Mobile is the rightful owner of the equipment.

If the equipment is stolen, lost, damaged, or becomes inoperarable, you undertake to notify Nashua Mobile immediately. In the event that the equipment is damaged due to your (or any of your employees) malicious or wilful conduct, Nashua Mobile may charge you the reasonable replacement value of such equipment.

Should you or the legal entity whom you represent be placed under sequestration or liquidation, you will immediately inform the liquidator that the ownership of the equipment is that of Nashua Mobile and that you have no right, title or interest in the equipment.

6.5.

If any Product is stolen, lost, or destroyed you agree to immediately notify us to lock the Product on our system. You will also open a case at the Police station in order for us to blacklist the Product. You agree that you will pay for all Charges incurred until such time that the Product is locked on our System. Any Charges incurred as a result of your delay in notifying us will be charged to your account. We will replace any sim card that is lost or stolen or damage at its then applicable replacement card.

6.6.

We may blacklist any Product issued to you in the event that you are in breach of this Agreement and fail to remedy such breach.

7.UPGRADES

7.1.

You shall be entitled to apply at the expiry of your Fixed Term for an upgrade. All upgrades are in our sole and absolute discretion.

7.2.

In the event that an upgrade is granted, you accept to be bound to us for a further fixed term contract period calculated from the expiry of the prior Fixed Term period, or upgrade commencement date, whichever date is later. All upgrades are subject to our standard terms and conditions applicable at the time.

7.3.

You acknowledge and accept that if you are issued with a new Product in respect of the upgrade, that the acceptance or use of such Product will provide sufficient proof of your intention to be bound to Nashua Mobile in respect of the upgrade contract period.

8.INSURANCE

8.1.

Should you elect insurance on the application form, you will be liable for all such charges from time to time. The Insurance is subject to the terms and conditions of the insurance policy which you accept.

9.LEGALITIES

9.1.

Our chosen address for any notices is at no. 42 James Crescent, Halfway House, Midrand and yours will be as stated on the Application form. You can notify us in writing should you wish to change your address.

9.2.

If you are signing on behalf of a legal entity (Company, CC or Trust) you warrant that you are authorised to enter into this Agreement and accept that you bind yourself as personal surety with the legal entity for the fulfilment of the terms set out herein as well as the amount owed by the legal entity. Therefore, in the event that the legal entity fails to comply with the terms of this Agreement and/ or fails to pay the account, we may take action against you personally.

9.3.

We may assign (transfer) this Agreement to another Service Provider without your consent. If you want to transfer this Agreement to someone else (so that they take over your obligations to us) you have to first get our consent as we need to approve the new subscriber.

9.4.

In the event that you fail to perform your obligations or fail to pay monies due in terms of the Agreement, we may proceed with legal action against you. You agree to pay all of our legal and collection costs on the scale as between attorney and client.

9.5.

If our authority to procure the Services for you from third party service providers is terminated for whatever reason, we may transfer this Agreement to a third party; alternatively, to suspend or cancel the provision of the Services or this Agreement. You will not be liable for payments in respect of suspended Services in such circumstances.

9.6.

We will use all reasonable efforts not to disclose, in any manner whatever, any of your or your customers’ confidential information that may be disclosed to us during the course of providing the Services unless obligated in terms of any Law/ Regulation.

9.7.

You may refer any disputes related to the provision of our Services and/or Products to ICASA (Independent Communications Authority of South Africa) at www.icasa.org.za.

9.8.

You agree that we retain all rights in and to any methodologies and all other know-how that we possessed or that are created when providing our Services. Unless otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, telephone numbers, codes and other identification numbers allocated to you shall not become your property and you shall not modify or permit the modification of any SIM card or any such numbers or codes without our prior written consent. Save as otherwise provided by legislation to the contrary, we shall be entitled to withdraw or change any telephone number, code or other identification number allocated to you in terms of this Agreement.

9.9.

You agree that, unless your losses arise from our fraudulent conduct, you use the Services and Products at your own risk and neither us nor the Network Operators will be liable to you or any other third party for any direct or consequential losses of whatsoever nature and however arising and you indemnify us and the Network Operators against any such loss or damage suffered by such third party. In any event, the maximum extent of our liability to you will be equal to the amount you have paid to us for the Services over the 24 month period. We will not be liable to you in the event of any delay in the Services which may result in you loosing business or revenue.

9.10.

You agree that an electronically scanned and stored version of this document shall constitute sufficient evidence of its content and signature by you and us.

9.11.

You agree that we are entitled to terminate this Agreement with you if:

9.11.1. 

you do not comply with any of the terms set out in this Agreement;

9.11.2.

you or the entity which you represent enter into any compromise (settlement) with any of your/its creditors;

9.11.3.

you are sequestrated or the legal entity which you represent is liquidated.

9.12.

You agree to comply with any notice, directive or policy that governs and/or restricts the use of the Services and/or Products that apply to all Subscribers/users of the Services (or categories thereof) and/or the Products.

9.13.

This Agreement is Governed by the Law of the Republic of South Africa.

9.14.

In the event that any part of this Agreement is found to be partially or fully unenforceable, for whatever reason, this shall not affect the application or enforceability of the remainder of the Agreement.

10. ERRORS AND OMISSIONS

10.1 The deals we offer are subject to change. Any Errors and omissions on deals advertised can be rectified by us prior to your contract being approved.

Customer Acknowledgement

I have read the terms and conditions set out in this document and I have contacted Nashia Mobile/Dionysus Cellular where I was uncertain of the implication thereof, and accept to be bound by the Terms and conditions

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