MessageBird is a Cloud Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) that provides fast, reliable and innovative Voice, SMS, Chat, and RCS solutions with global reach. Our customers are generally companies that integrate our services in their business operations.
When you create an account at MessageBird by completing the registration form on our website, you agree to these General Terms and Conditions. You also confirm that you’re at least 18 years of age. If you use our services for business purposes, that business will be bound to the Terms outlined below.
All intellectual property rights in our platform, Services, materials, documentation or any other functionalities we offer to you, also upon your request, remain exclusively with MessageBird. These Terms do not grant you any rights, intellectual property rights, or licenses in respect to our platform, our Services or other documentation or materials provided by you.
You authorize MessageBird to use your trademarks, logos or signs for marketing purposes. This means that we may mention you as a customer of MessageBird on our website and in other promotional material such as advertising or presentations. We will not use your name if you are a natural person. Unless otherwise agreed, you shall not use the brand, trademarks, logos or signs of MessageBird for any purpose without our prior written approval.
Any notice given under these Terms will be given in writing to the receiving party by personal delivery, registered mail or courier, or sent by e-mail to the designated email address. Your designated e-mail address is the address you fill in when you register for an account. Our designated e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If any provision in or any part of these Terms is or becomes in any way non-binding, the parties will remain bound to the remaining part. The parties shall replace the invalid or non-binding part by provisions which are valid and binding and the effects of which given the contents and purpose of this agreement, are, to the greatest extent possible, similar to that of the invalid or non-binding part.