User Agreement Mobile Phone

Use a non-mobile device to get the best experience by filling out this form. 13. Contact information. If you have any questions about this CAU, please contact Smartsheet by email at, by phone at 1 (844) 324-2360 or by mail at 10500 NE 8th Street, Suite 1300 Attention: Legal, Bellevue, WA 98004. A policy on mobile phone cameras should also be outlined in the agreement. You may indicate that the camera over the phone should not be used in company properties, as its use could result in complaints of sexual harassment, other complaints from co-workers and a breach of privacy or endanger confidential information. Alternatively, you can specify that the camera cannot be used in certain areas. 14. Third-party beneficiaries. This CAU is run between you and Smartsheet and not between you and another party, including Apple for iOS and Google users for Android users. You agree that any claims you make from this LAE or your use of the mobile app are not invoked against Apple or Google.

Notwithstanding the above, Apple or Google, after accepting this C.A.C., authorizes you to enforce this C.A.A. as a third party beneficiary. Smartsheet is not responsible for a applicable third-party agreement between you and your third-party providers, including your wireless provider. A mobile phone agreement for employees` own phones is generally less detailed than an agreement for a company-issued phone because the company does not have the phone or phone number. The company cannot dictate how often the phone is used for personal reasons. An agreement on the company`s mobile phones may contain restrictions on the use that the employer wants. The agreement should clearly stipulate that the phone is owned by the company or is leased by the company, and should be returned upon request to the company. It should include the model and serial number of the phone, as well as its cost and cost of all accessories emitted with the phone. Some employers prefer that personal phones be used only in moderation. Some examples are that employees may or may not: the app may contain links to other websites.