Telstra Global Business Services Agreement

Telstra Global Business Services Agreement

For each service, you are a corporate customer if you are a company that has purchased your service primarily for commercial purposes and who has had the opportunity to negotiate the terms of your contract with us or if you have an annual expenditure of more than 20,000 USD with us. Telstra is a leading telecommunications and technology company with a proud and growing international company in Australia. Today, the company employs approximately 36,000 people who provide services to consumers, small businesses and businesses, including more than 3,000 in 22 countries outside Australia. Telstra Global Enterprise and Services (GES) is a division of Telstra that provides data networks and IP applications and network application services such as managed networks, unified communications, cloud, industry solutions and integrated services. These services are supported by our submarine cable network, one of the largest in the Asia-Pacific region, with licenses in Asia, Europe and North and South America and access to more than 2,000 locations worldwide. Plans that are no longer available as new services. For more information, see www.telstraglobal.com. You will find Telstra`s AWS terms and conditions in www.telstra.com/awsterms (which are not part of our terms and conditions) If you are a Small Business customer, these Terms and Conditions apply to you. For each service, you are a small business customer if you don`t resell your service and: “The introduction of our new PEN Exchange is the next natural step in our SDN strategy and means that we now have the unique ability to dynamically connect network connections between PEN Exchange customers and easily and cheaply connect different people and business sites. The only circumstances in which the Telstra network can be used to send unwanted emails in terms of advertising or advertising (also called “spam”), when the unsolicited email is sent to people with whom the sender has an existing professional, professional or personal relationship or to people who have previously reported their consent to receive emails from the sender.B from time to time, for example by clicking on a corresponding box on the provider`s website. If these requirements are not met, the customer should not send unwanted mass emails to the Telstra network. If these requirements are met, the customer must also provide a churn function on their website (and make this feature known to recipients in the corresponding emails) allowing those recipients to opt out of that mailing list.

In addition to the PEN exchange, Telstra has also launched the PEN Marketplace, a new online portal that allows customers to quickly and easily order virtual network functions in real time from different providers and for different business requirements. The recent expansion of PCCW Global IPX`s reach reflects the value PCCW Global has put on the market and made the company a global provider of mobile operators. A copy of this manual can be downloaded from cloud.telstra.com/help-and-support/terms-and-conditions Our Customer Conditions, formerly known as Standard-Vertrags, which defines the conditions under which we provide products and services to domestic and family customers (residential, commercial and government) and to Telstra Wholesale customers. PCCW Global and Telstra International Limited recently signed an IPX agreement on multi-service connections. With a reliable latent trading network and experienced management services, Telstra`s global financial trading solutions facilitate e-commerce around the world.

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