Cellular Service Agreement/Price Plan
To the extent you have signed up to receive wireless services from AT&T, these Terms are subject to the Terms of your Wireless Service Agreement and Terms of your Rate Plan, including, but not limited to, the alternative dispute resolution policy that you agreed to when you signed up for such service.
In the event of any conflict between these terms and your Wireless Service Agreement and Terms of your Rate Plan, your Wireless Service Agreement and Terms of your Rate Plan will govern with respect to the issue(s) in conflict.
Important Information About Use of the AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless Service / Web Site
Ability to access the Internet is a requirement to utilize the AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless service.
AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless may overcount or undercount your actual usage. As a result, you may incur overage charges despite having set Text Messaging Limits, Web Browsing Limits or Purchase Limits, or you may be prevented from using some minutes, messages or data usage (KB/MBs) included in your plan.
AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless is not available on AT&T prepaid phones or corporate liable accounts.
Smart Limits can be used to limit/restrict data usage on basic and messaging devices only and only on individual lines subscribed to the service. Smart Limits does not work for controlling data usage for a collective group of devices or users (e.g., Mobile Share) and does not work for blocking, restricting or filtering data usage on smartphones, iPads, or Tablets, or while user is in WiFi mode.
You are responsible for keeping the time zone setting for the phone user current and adjusting limits as necessary following any messaging or data plan changes. An incorrect time zone can result in inaccurate enforcement of time restrictions.
In some instances, AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless may not fully enforce Time of Day Restrictions.
Text Messaging Limits applies to Text messages only, and does not limit or restrict the use of MMS messages or premium charges that apply to premium text messages such as voting on the outcome of television shows and subscription services such as sports scores and horoscopes.
AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless does not block or restrict Push to Talk service, outbound messages from AT&T Messages web site or tablet, Video Share, Visual Voicemail (VVM) and voicemail, DataConnect, LaptopConnect, tethering (connecting a wireless device to a laptop), BlackBerry email and BlackBerry® Connect services.
Unlimited services may be limited by the parameters you set in AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless. For example, unlimited messaging will be capped at the Text Messaging Limits you set. You can change or remove the limits you set at any time.
There may be methods which allow Smart Limits for Wireless to be circumvented.
If you are on a plan which includes domestic and/or international roaming charges, AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless does not block these charges. Limits and restrictions you set in AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless may not be enforced while roaming.
Allowed and Blocked Numbers work for enabling and blocking voice calls and text messages only and do not enable or prevent the use of instant messaging (e.g., iMessages, BlackBerry Messenger, etc), MMS messaging or Video Share.
We recommend that you set your own phone numbers as Allowed Numbers so that you and your child can continue to call and text each other regardless of limits or restrictions you set in AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless. Calls and Text Messages to and from Allowed Numbers may result in overage charges. There may be instances where an incoming call from an Allowed Number cannot reach your child when AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless restrictions are in effect or an incoming call or text message from a Blocked Number is not blocked from reaching your child. For example, if the calling party number (Caller ID) on incoming calls is not available, AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless cannot recognize it as an Allowed or Blocked number.
Content Filters is intended for use on basic and messaging phones only, and is not recommended for use on iPad, PDAs, Smartphones, or tablets. No filtering is 100% accurate, and AT&T does not guarantee filtering accuracy.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless service is properly set up. You will continue to be charged the monthly fee for the AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless service whether or not you have set any of the AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless limits, restrictions, and/or other available features.
AT&T reserves the right to terminate your AT&T Smart Limits for Wireless service with or without cause. Terms of Smart Limits for Wireless service are subject to change at any time.