Before you decide to use blazingcdn.com services, please read the terms of service carefully. In the records, you will find the provisions that are the basis for blazingcdn.com to provide hosting and related services. They include, among others :
- entering websites,
- getting access,
- joining or participating in Services provided by BlazingCDN.
It is connected with the acceptance of the Terms of Service. Closing the website and ceasing to use the services is tantamount to refusing to comply with the provisions of the terms of the Services. Detailed conditions of the Terms of Service can be found here: https://blazingcdn.com/terms/
Main points BlazingCDN terms of service
The exact terms and conditions can be found at the link above. However, it is worth paying attention to the essential definitions in the conditions section.Those are:
- Client – a person using the blazingcdn.com Services, including any company you represent, your representatives or representatives of that company, assigns, assigns and related companies, as well as any of your devices or devices of the above entities.
- Third-Party Content – Content from various sources, including content posted on the Services by other users or via links to other websites, including other websites participating in the Services.
- IP – any numbers and addresses of internet protocols that the Provider may give you.
- Published content – websites, HTML files, scripts, tools, applications, multimedia, and materials (including any trademarks, labels, logos, and other trade names or designations of products/services related to such materials) on this space within the Services.
- Tariff usage limit – traffic limit, which means 1 terabyte (TB) of data traffic limit during the trial period.
- Dispute resolution deadline – the time limit for the Service Provider to consider the Customer’s written notification of a dispute related to a mistake made by the Provider when calculating the Customer’s payment and sent no later than 5 days before the Settlement Date, by this date in point 11.2 of the Regulations.