End User Customer definition

End User Customer means a third party retail Customer that subscribes to a Telecommunications Service provided by either of the Parties or by another Carrier or by two (2) or more Carriers.
End User Customer means the DSL provider's End User Customer for claims relating to DSL and the voice service provider's End User Customer for claims relating to voice service.
End User Customer means a person who places a local or toll call.

Examples of End User Customer in a sentence

  • Royal Mail reserves all its Intellectual Property Rights in the Data and reserves its rights under this Licence Agreement (including all its rights to take enforcement action in respect of the same) in relation to any use of the Data (or any part of the Data) by the End-User and/or any End-User Customer which is not permitted under this Licence Agreement.


More Definitions of End User Customer

End User Customer means a customer of the End-User which has entered into a written agreement with the End-User in respect of it carrying out Database Cleansing for that customer;
End User Customer means a person or an entity receiving the RSA Software as part of a Client Licensed Product from You or a Distributor for personal or internal use to obtain the Licensed Service and primarily not for resale, redistribution or other transfer of such Client Licensed Product to any other person or entity.
End User Customer means a person or entity licensing RSA Object Code as part of a Bundled Product from OEM or a Distributor solely for personal or internal use and without right to license, assign or otherwise transfer such Bundled Product to any other person or entity.
End User Customer means the original user of the Product.
End User Customer means an end user customer of the Buyer that, through the Government, will be the ultimate end user of the Work.
End User Customer means a person that purchases Relevant Products from Respondent or a Designated Intel Competitor for use in manufacturing Computer Products for its own use and that derives less than five (5) percent of its revenue from the sale of Computer Products to third parties. Any person that derives five