Acceptable Use Policy for INNFINNITY® Internet

Why is Innfinnity providing this Policy to me?

Innfinnity's goal is to provide its customers with the best residential cable Internet service possible. In order to help accomplish this, Innfinnity has adopted this Acceptable Use Policy (the “Policy”). This Policy outlines acceptable use of the residential INNFINNITY Internet service, including Innfinnity-provided INNFINNITY WiFi Internet service (collectively, the “Service”). This Policy is in addition to any restrictions or conditions contained in the Innfinnity Agreement for Residential Services (the “Subscriber Agreement”). Innfinnity implements and applies the provisions contained in this Policy. All capitalized terms used in this Policy that are not defined here have the meanings given to them in the Subscriber Agreement.

All residential INNFINNITY Internet customers (the “customer,” “user,” “you,” or “your”) and all others who use the Service must comply with this Policy. Your failure, or others’ failure, to comply with this Policy could result in the suspension or termination of your or their Service accounts. Therefore, you should take steps to ensure that others you permit to use your Service are aware of this Policy and agree to abide by it. If you are unwilling to comply with this Policy, you must immediately stop all use of the Service and notify Innfinnity so that it can close your account.

Does this Policy apply to my use of INNFINNITY WiFi-identified services inside and outside of my premises and in public places?

This Policy applies to your use of the Service if you are a residential INNFINNITY Internet customer who accesses Innfinnity-provided, INNFINNITY WiFi-identified services inside or outside of your premises or in public places using an INNFINNITY Internet login and password.

How will I know when Innfinnity changes this Policy and how do I report violations of it?

Innfinnity may revise this Policy from time to time by posting a new version on the web site at http://Innfinnity.com/ or any successor URL(s) (the “INNFINNITY Web site”). Innfinnity will use reasonable efforts to make customers aware of any changes to this Policy, which may include sending email announcements or posting information on the INNFINNITY Web site. Revised versions of this Policy are effective immediately upon posting. Accordingly, customers of the Service should read any Innfinnity announcements they receive and regularly visit the INNFINNITY Web site and review this Policy to ensure that their activities conform to the most recent version. You can send questions regarding this Policy to, and report violations of it, at Innfinnity.com.

I. Prohibited Uses and Activities

What uses and activities does Innfinnity prohibit?

In general, the Policy prohibits uses and activities involving the Service that are illegal, infringe the rights of others, or interfere with or diminish the use and enjoyment of the Service by others. For example, these prohibited uses and activities include, but are not limited to, using the Service, Customer Equipment, or the Innfinnity Equipment, either individually or in combination with one another, to:

Conduct and information restrictions

  • undertake or accomplish any unlawful purpose. This includes, but is not limited to, posting, storing, transmitting or disseminating information, data or material which is libelous, obscene, unlawful, threatening or defamatory, or which infringes the intellectual property rights of any person or entity, or which in any way constitutes or encourages conduct that would constitute a criminal offense, or otherwise violate any local, state, federal, or non-U.S. law, order, or regulation;
  • post, store, send, transmit, or disseminate any information or material which a reasonable person could deem to be unlawful;
  • upload, post, publish, transmit, reproduce, create derivative works of, or distribute in any way information, software or other material obtained through the Service or otherwise that is protected by copyright or other proprietary right, without obtaining any required permission of the owner;
  • transmit unsolicited bulk or commercial messages commonly known as “spam;”
  • send very large numbers of copies of the same or substantially similar messages, empty messages, or messages which contain no substantive content, or send very large messages or files that disrupts a server, account, blog, newsgroup, chat, or similar service;
  • initiate, perpetuate, or in any way participate in any pyramid or other illegal scheme;
  • participate in the collection of very large numbers of email addresses, screen names, or other identifiers of others (without their prior consent), a practice sometimes known as spidering or harvesting, or participate in the use of software (including “spyware”) designed to facilitate this activity;
  • collect responses from unsolicited bulk messages;
  • falsify, alter, or remove message headers;
  • falsify references to Innfinnity or its network, by name or other identifier, in messages; impersonate any person or entity, engage in sender address falsification, forge anyone else's digital or manual signature, or perform any other similar fraudulent activity (for example, “phishing”);
  • violate the rules, regulations, terms of service, or policies applicable to any network, server, computer database, service, application, system, or web site that you access or use;

Technical restrictions

  • access any other person's computer or computer system, network, software, or data without his or her knowledge and consent; breach the security of another user or system; or attempt to circumvent the user authentication or security of any host, network, or account. This includes, but is not limited to, accessing data not intended for you, logging into or making use of a server or account you are not expressly authorized to access, or probing the security of other hosts, networks, or accounts without express permission to do so;
  • use or distribute tools or devices designed or used for compromising security or whose use is otherwise unauthorized, such as password guessing programs, decoders, password gatherers, keystroke loggers, analyzers, cracking tools, packet sniffers, encryption circumvention devices, or Trojan Horse programs. Unauthorized port scanning is strictly prohibited;
  • copy, distribute, or sublicense any proprietary software provided in connection with the Service by Innfinnity or any third party, except that you may make one copy of each software program for back-up purposes only;
  • distribute programs that make unauthorized changes to software (cracks);
  • use or run dedicated, stand-alone equipment or servers from the Premises that provide network content or any other services to anyone outside of your Premises local area network (“Premises LAN”), also commonly referred to as public services or servers. Examples of prohibited equipment and servers include, but are not limited to, email, web hosting, file sharing, and proxy services and servers;
  • use or run programs from the Premises that provide network content or any other services to anyone outside of your Premises LAN, except for personal and non-commercial residential use;
  • service, alter, modify, or tamper with the Innfinnity Equipment or Service or permit any other person to do the same who is not authorized by Innfinnity;

Network and usage restrictions

  • use the Service for any purpose other than personal and non-commercial residential use (except for your individual use for telecommuting);
  • use the Service for operation as an Internet service provider or for any business, other legal entity, or organization purpose (whether or not for profit);
  • restrict, inhibit, or otherwise interfere, regardless of intent, purpose or knowledge, with the ability of any other person to use or enjoy the Service (except for tools for safety and security functions such as parental controls, for example), including, without limitation, posting or transmitting any information or software which contains a worm, virus, or other harmful feature, or
  • impede others' ability to use, send, or retrieve information;
  • restrict, inhibit, interfere with, or otherwise disrupt or cause a performance degradation, regardless of intent, purpose or knowledge, to the Service or any Innfinnity (or Innfinnity supplier) host, server, backbone network, node or service, or otherwise cause a performance degradation to any Innfinnity (or Innfinnity supplier) facilities used to deliver the Service;
  • resell the Service or otherwise make available to anyone outside the Premises the ability to use the Service (for example, through WiFi or other methods of networking), in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, with the sole exception of your use of Innfinnity-provided WiFi service in accordance with its then-current terms and policies;
  • connect the Innfinnity Equipment to any computer outside of your Premises;
  • interfere with computer networking or telecommunications service to any user, host or network, including, without limitation, denial of service attacks, flooding of a network, overloading a service, improper seizing and abusing operator privileges, and attempts to “crash” a host; or
  • access and use the Service with anything other than a dynamic Internet Protocol (“IP”) address that adheres to the dynamic host configuration protocol (“DHCP”). You may not configure the Service or any related equipment to access or use a static IP address or use any protocol other than DHCP unless you are subject to a Service plan that expressly permits you to do so.

II. Customer Conduct and Features of the Service

What obligations do I have under this Policy?

You are responsible for your own compliance with this Policy. You are also responsible for any use or misuse of the Service that violates this Policy by anyone else you permit to access the Service (such as a friend, family member, or guest) with one exception: In cases where you permit others to access your Innfinnity-provided, INNFINNITY WiFi-identified Internet Service with their own login information, those users are responsible for complying with all then-current terms and policies that apply to their access. You can learn more about Innfinnity-provided WiFi access at wifi.Innfinnity.com/wifi/default.htm.

Innfinnity recommends against enabling file or printer sharing unless you do so in strict compliance with all security recommendations and features provided by Innfinnity and the manufacturer of the applicable file or printer sharing devices. Any files or devices you choose to make available for shared access on a home LAN, for example, should be protected with a strong password or as otherwise appropriate.

In all cases, you are solely responsible for the security of any device you connect to the Service, including any data stored or shared on that device. It is also your responsibility to secure the Customer Equipment and any other Premises equipment or programs not provided by Innfinnity that connect to the Service from external threats such as viruses, spam, bot nets, and other methods of intrusion.

How does Innfinnity address inappropriate content and transmissions?

Innfinnity reserves the right to refuse to transmit or post, and to remove or block, any information or materials, in whole or in part, that it, in its sole discretion, deems to be in violation of Sections I or II of this Policy, or otherwise harmful to Innfinnity's network or customers using the Service, regardless of whether this material or its dissemination is unlawful so long as it violates this Policy. Neither Innfinnity nor any of its affiliates, suppliers, or agents have any obligation to monitor transmissions or postings (including, but not limited to, email, file transfer, blog, newsgroup, and instant message transmissions) made on the Service. However, Innfinnity and its affiliates, suppliers, and agents have the right to monitor these transmissions and postings from time to time for violations of this Policy and to disclose, block, or remove them in accordance with this Policy, the Subscriber Agreement, and applicable law.

What requirements apply to electronic mail?

The Service may not be used to communicate or distribute email or other forms of communications in violation of Section I of this Policy. As described below in Section III of this Policy, Innfinnity uses reasonable network management tools and techniques to protect customers from receiving spam and from sending spam (often without their knowledge over an infected computer).

Innfinnity is not responsible for deleting or forwarding any email sent to the wrong email address by you or by someone else trying to send email to you. Innfinnity is also not responsible for forwarding email sent to any account that has been suspended or terminated. This email will be returned to the sender, ignored, deleted, or stored temporarily at Innfinnity's sole discretion. If you cancel or terminate your Service account for any reason, all email associated with that account (and any secondary accounts) will be permanently deleted as well.

If Innfinnity believes in its sole discretion that any subscriber name, account name, or email address (collectively, an “identifier”) on the Service may be used for, or is being used for, any misleading, fraudulent, or other improper or illegal purpose, Innfinnity (i) reserves the right to block access to and prevent the use of any of these identifiers and (ii) may at any time require any customer to change his or her identifier. In addition, Innfinnity may at any time reserve any identifiers on the Service for its own purposes.

What requirements apply to instant, video, and audio messages?

Each user is responsible for the contents of his or her instant, video, and audio messages and the consequences of any of these messages. Innfinnity assumes no responsibility for the timeliness, mis-delivery, deletion, or failure to store these messages. If you cancel or terminate your Service account for any reason, all instant, video, and audio messages associated with that account (and any secondary accounts) will be permanently deleted as well.

III. Network Management

Why does Innfinnity manage its network?

Innfinnity manages its network with one goal: to deliver the best possible broadband Internet experience to all of its customers. High-speed bandwidth and network resources are not unlimited. Managing the network is essential as Innfinnity works to promote the use and enjoyment of the Internet by all of its customers. The company uses reasonable network management practices that are consistent with industry standards. Innfinnity tries to use tools and technologies that are minimally intrusive and, in its independent judgment guided by industry experience, among the best in class. Of course, the company's network management practices will change and evolve along with the uses of the Internet and the challenges and threats on the Internet.

The need to engage in network management is not limited to Innfinnity. In fact, all large Internet service providers manage their networks. Many of them use the same or similar tools that Innfinnity does. If the company didn't manage its network, its customers would be subject to the negative effects of spam, viruses, security attacks, network congestion, and other risks and degradations of service. By engaging in responsible network management including enforcement of this Policy, Innfinnity can deliver the best possible broadband Internet experience to all of its customers.

How does Innfinnity manage its network?

Innfinnity uses various tools and techniques to manage its network, deliver the Service, and ensure compliance with this Policy and the Subscriber Agreement. These tools and techniques are dynamic, like the network and its usage, and can and do change frequently. For example, these network management activities may include (i) identifying spam and preventing its delivery to customer email accounts, (ii) detecting malicious Internet traffic and preventing the distribution of viruses or other harmful code or content, (iii) temporarily lowering the priority of traffic for users who are the top contributors to current network congestion, and (iv) using other tools and techniques that Innfinnity may be required to implement in order to meet its goal of delivering the best possible broadband Internet experience to all of its customers.

IV. Data Consumption

What data consumption requirements apply to the Service?

Innfinnity applies a monthly data consumption threshold to INNFINNITY Internet accounts in most of our service areas. The company retains the right to trial or adopt a different data consumption threshold or other usage plan for the Service at any time. If we do this we will notify customers and, if necessary, post an updated version of this Policy.

V. Violation of this Acceptable Use Policy

What happens if you violate this Policy?

Innfinnity reserves the right immediately to suspend or terminate your Service account and terminate the Subscriber Agreement if you violate the terms of this Policy or the Subscriber Agreement, or if anyone else you permit to access the Service violates this Policy.

How does Innfinnity enforce this Policy?

Innfinnity does not routinely monitor the activity of individual Service accounts for violations of this Policy, except for determining aggregate data consumption in connection with Section IV of this Policy. However, in the company's efforts to promote good citizenship within the Internet community, it will respond appropriately if it becomes aware of inappropriate use of the Service. Innfinnity has no obligation to monitor the Service and/or the network. Innfinnity and its suppliers reserve the right at any time to monitor bandwidth, usage, transmissions, and content in order to, among other things, operate the Service; identify violations of this Policy; and/or protect the network, the Service and Innfinnity users.

Innfinnity prefers to inform customers of inappropriate activities and give them a reasonable period of time in which to take corrective action. Innfinnity also prefers to have customers directly resolve any disputes or disagreements they may have with others, whether customers or not, without Innfinnity's intervention. However, if the Service is used in a way that Innfinnity or its suppliers, in their sole discretion, believe violates this Policy, Innfinnity or its suppliers may take any responsive actions they deem appropriate under the circumstances with or without notice. These actions include, but are not limited to, temporary or permanent removal of content, filtering of Internet transmissions, and the immediate suspension or termination of all or any portion of the Service. Neither Innfinnity nor its affiliates, suppliers, or agents will have any liability for any of these responsive actions. These actions are not Innfinnity's exclusive remedies and Innfinnity may take any other legal or technical actions it deems appropriate with or without notice.

Innfinnity reserves the right to investigate suspected violations of this Policy, including the gathering of information from the user or users involved and the complaining party, if any, and examination of material and data on Innfinnity's servers and network. During an investigation, Innfinnity may suspend the account or accounts involved and/or remove or block material that potentially violates this Policy. You expressly authorize and consent to Innfinnity and its suppliers cooperating with (i) law enforcement authorities in the investigation of suspected legal violations, and (ii) and system administrators at other Internet service providers or other network or computing facilities in order to enforce this Policy. Upon termination of your Service account, Innfinnity is authorized to delete any files, programs, data, email and other messages associated with your account (and any secondary accounts).

VI. Copyright

How does Innfinnity communicate with customers about copyright?

Innfinnity is committed to complying with U.S. copyright and related laws, and requires all customers and users of the Service to comply with these laws. Accordingly, you may not store any material or content on, or access, share or disseminate any material or content over, the Service (or any part of the Service) in any manner that constitutes an infringement of third party intellectual property rights, including rights granted by U.S. copyright law. Innfinnity complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and provides a method for copyright owners to communicate information about alleged infringements to us, and for us to inform our customers about them. You may receive notices or alerts if your Service account is identified by a copyright owner as having been used in connection with acts of alleged copyright infringement.

What is Innfinnity's DMCA policy?

Owners of copyrighted works who believe that their rights under U.S. copyright law have been infringed may take advantage of certain provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (the “DMCA”) to report alleged infringements. It is Innfinnity's policy in accordance with the DMCA and other applicable laws to reserve the right to terminate the Service provided to any customer or user who is either found to infringe third party copyright or other intellectual property rights, including repeat infringers, or who Innfinnity, in its sole discretion, believes is infringing these rights. Innfinnity may terminate the Service at any time with or without notice for any affected customer or user.

How do copyright owners report alleged infringements to Innfinnity under the DMCA?

Copyright owners may report alleged infringements of their works by sending Innfinnity's authorized agent a notification of claimed infringement that satisfies the requirements of the DMCA. Upon Innfinnity's receipt of a satisfactory notice of claimed infringement for these works, Innfinnity will respond expeditiously to either directly or indirectly (i) remove the allegedly infringing work(s), if applicable or (ii) disable access to the work(s). Innfinnity will also notify the affected customer or user of the Service of the removal or disabling of access to the work(s).

Copyright owners may use their own notification of claimed infringement form that satisfies the requirements of Section 512(c)(3) of the U.S. Copyright Act. Under the DMCA, anyone who knowingly makes misrepresentations regarding alleged copyright infringement may be liable to Innfinnity, the alleged infringer, and the affected copyright owner for any damages incurred in connection with the removal, blocking, or replacement of allegedly infringing material.

What can customers do if they receive a DMCA notification of alleged infringement?

If you receive a DMCA notification of alleged infringement as described above, and you believe in good faith that the allegedly infringing works have been removed or blocked by mistake or misidentification, then you may send a counter notification to Innfinnity. Upon Innfinnity's receipt of a counter notification that satisfies the requirements of the DMCA, Innfinnity will provide a copy of the counter notification to the person who sent the original notification of claimed infringement and will follow the DMCA's procedures with respect to a received counter notification. In all events, you expressly agree that Innfinnity will not be a party to any disputes or lawsuits regarding alleged copyright infringement.

If a notification of claimed infringement has been filed against you, you can file a counter notification with Innfinnity's designated agent using the contact information shown above. All counter notifications must satisfy the requirements of Section 512(g)(3) of the U.S. Copyright Act.

Revised and effective: March 31, 2017

Important Information For Video Customers

Customer Complaint Procedures

If you have a complaint regarding your cable television service or your bill, please call the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert or our toll-free telephone number which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can also visit the local business office at the address listed on the How To Reach Us insert. Alternatively, if you wish to put your comments in writing, your letter should be addressed to Innfinnity at the local address listed on the How To Reach Us insert. We will promptly try to resolve your complaint. If we are unable to resolve your complaint, we will notify you that we are unable to do so and explain the reason why. If you are dissatisfied with our resolution of your complaint, or we are unable to resolve your complaint, you may contact the local franchising authority to discuss your complaint. Please refer to your monthly cable bill or call the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert for the name and address of your local franchising authority.

For customers using closed captioning, Innfinnity maintains a Closed Captioning Office to handle written complaints. If you have a complaint regarding closed captioning please write the Innfinnity Closed Captioning Office at the address listed on your monthly bill.

Service Problems

If you experience a problem with picture or signal quality, you should review your television and/ or VCR owner’s manual for proper adjustment. If the problem does not clear up, you should call the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert and describe the problem to a customer service representative.

In order to correct the problem, we may need access to your premises. If required, a service call will be scheduled at a time convenient to you. We will make all reasonable efforts to resolve any complaints you have concerning the quality of our signals promptly and efficiently. Excluding conditions beyond our control, we will respond to a service interruption no later than 24 hours after receipt of notification. We respond to other service problems no later than the next business day after notification. If our service technician is unable to correct the problem to your satisfaction we will, at your request, schedule a second service appointment. If we remain unable to correct the problem you will be notified of this fact and the reason why. If you are dissatisfied with our resolution of your service problem, you may contact the local franchising authority to discuss the problem with your service. Please refer to your monthly cable bill or call the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert for the name and address of your local franchising authority.

Moving

Before you move, please call the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert. This is the best way for us to arrange for your service to be disconnected and to schedule an installation at your new home if your new home is in our service area.

Equipment

In the event your service is terminated, the converter, remote control and any other equipment provided by us should be returned to our local business office. You will continue to be billed for the equipment until it is returned. If you have lost or are otherwise unable to return the equipment you will be billed for the equipment.

Identification

Our employees and designated contractors are required to carry a photo-identification card while working. Feel free to ask for identification from anyone who claims to be our employee or representative.

Previews

During the course of the year, we may offer a “Free Preview” of a premium channel. If you find any of the programming objectionable, you may call us, and we will block out the Free Preview channel.

Equipment Compatibility

Televisions and VCR Compatibility

Many newer television sets and videocassette recorders ("VCRs") are labeled “cable ready.” Typically, a cable-ready television or VCR is one which, when connected directly to cable service, can receive all unscrambled, non-premium channels (premium channels include such channels as HBO and Showtime). Older televisions and VCRs are more likely to be non-cable ready, which means they generally receive only some numbered channels (usually channels 2-13). Even if you have an older television or VCR that was advertised as being “cable ready” or “cable compatible,” the equipment may not perform as you expected when connected directly to our cable system. This is because there previously were no standards applicable to television set manufactures governing the reception of cable channels. According to new federal regulations, televisions and VCRs sold in the United States as of July 1997 cannot be called “cable ready” or “cable compatible” unless they comply with the new technical requirements adopted by the FCC, including the ability to properly tune cable channels. Existing equipment may meet some but not all of these standards, and connecting our cable service directly to such equipment may cause signal degradation or interference. If you are not sure whether your television or VCR is “cable ready”, you should review the equipment manual and instructions, or contact the manufacturer. If your equipment is not fully cable ready, you can still receive all standard cable channels offering non-scrambled or nonencrypted programming by renting or purchasing a single set-top converter without descrambling or decryption capabilities. For a low monthly fee, we rent set-top converters to our customers that will be compatible with the services you purchase from us. You may also purchase set-top converters at electronic stores or other retail outlets in your area.

Compatibility of Set-Top Converters and Cablecards

Many subscribers currently rent or own set-top converters to receive our cable services. Because a set-top converter functions as the channel tuner on your television or VCR, it may prevent you from using some of the special features and functions of your television or VCR. For example, you may not be able to view one program while recording another, record two or more consecutive programs that appear on different channels, use advanced picture generation and display features such as “picture in picture,” channel review or use other features that necessitate channel selection by the television set or VCR. Some of these problems may be resolved by the use of A/B switches, signal splitters, and/or other supplemental equipment that can be purchased from Innfinnity or at electronic stores. Please call us if you would like to discuss the type of special equipment needed to resolve individual compatibility problems or if you have any questions regarding other equipment compatibility issues.

In order to enable you to utilize special features, which your television and VCR may have, we will make available, upon your request, equipment which will allow for simultaneous reception of two or more scrambled or encrypted signals and for tuning to alternative channels on a pre-programmed schedule. This equipment could include for example, set-top converters and multiple descrambler/ decoders and/or timers (or if such devices are not available, multiple set-top devices will be provided), and signal bypass switches.

If you plan to purchase cable services that we scramble or encrypt, such as premium, pay-perview or digital services, you should make sure that any set-top converter, or navigation device or digital-cable-ready television (which can receive digital cable services using a device that we must provide called a CableCARD in place of a converter) that you purchase from a retail outlet is compatible with our system. Due to device limitations, digital cable-ready retail devices using CableCARD technology only receive what is known as “one-way” cable services. Such devices cannot receive “two-way” cable services, such as Innfinnity’s electronic program guide, videoon- demand, or switched digital video services. Customers with a TiVo digital cable-ready DVR can access switched digital video services by obtaining a “tuning adapter” device from Innfinnity. Customers with the TiVo DVR or other digital cable-ready devices will need a digital set-top box from Innfinnity to access switched digital video and other two-way cable services. Two-way digital cable-ready devices are not yet commercially available, but are expected to be available in the near future. Upon your request, we will provide you with the necessary technical parameters necessary for any set-top converter rented or acquired from retail outlets to operate with our cable system. If you see advertisements for set-top converters that have descramblers in them, you should understand that these devices may be illegal to use. Because of the need to protect our scrambled services, we will not authorize the use of any converter/descrambler that does not conform to all required signal security specifications. People who use illegal converters/descramblers may be subject to prosecution for theft of cable service. It is unlawful to alter or tamper with any device belonging to a cable operator in order to receive, intercept, or assist in receiving or intercepting any communications service offered over a cable system. People who take such actions may be subject to fines or imprisonment.

Remote Control Units

We rent remote control units to subscribers to access set-top converter features remotely. Currently, we provide subscribers with set-top converters with compatible remote control units. Although we rent remote control units at a nominal fee, subscribers may purchase compatible remotes at local electronic stores or other retail outlets. A representative list of compatible remote control models currently available from local retailers includes: Philips PHL PMDVR8, RCA RCR612, and Sony RM-V202. A list of additional compatible remotes may be obtained from your local Innfinnity office. Although these remote control units are compatible with the set-top converters that we currently offer, these remotes may not be functional if we change the type of set-top converters we offer to subscribers. If you have any questions regarding whether a particular remote control unit would be compatible with our equipment, please contact us.

Notice of Availability of Converters For Additional Outlets

Subscribers who install their own additional receiver connections may not be able to receive all broadcast stations carried on the cable system without additional equipment. For those television sets that are not truly compatible with the cable system, television broadcast stations located above Channel 13 may not be receivable without additional equipment.

The equipment necessary to receive all broadcast stations carried on the cable system is for lease and/or sale from your cable company and may be available from retail stores within your community. Instructions for installation of this equipment are also available upon request. Please contact your local cable company for complete details.

Service Changes and Installation

Standard installations are generally completed within 7 business days. If you initiate a change in the services you receive, you may be subject to the applicable installation or change of service charge. Please refer to the service rate information we have supplied to you for details. A list of our services and charges is provided to our customers annually in a mailing or bill insert. You may obtain additional information about our current services, fees and prices by calling us during normal business hours.

Other Services and Information

In addition to our Basic and Preferred Service packages, we also offer optional video and audio programming services, including individual premium channels (such as HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz and Encore) and pay-per-view services which deliver individual movies, sporting events and special events. We also offer Digital Service packages and INNFINNITY Internet in selected service areas where our cable plant has been rebuilt or upgraded. For some optional services you must have a compatible addressable converter or a cable modem.

Please call us at the local customer service number listed on the How To Reach Us insert to talk to one of our customer service representatives about our products and services, or go to our website, www.Innfinnity.com to see the latest information on our services.

We may change this information in the future. We will send you a written, electronic or other appropriate notice informing you of any changes and the effective date. If you find the change unacceptable, you have the right to cancel your service. However, if you continue to receive our service after the effective date of the change, we will consider this your acceptance of the change. For those of our customers receiving service through commercial accounts, bulk rate arrangements or similar arrangements, some of the policies, procedures and services herein may not apply. Please call us at the local customer service number listed on the How to Reach Us insert to talk to one of our customer service representatives for further information.