Reward and reward codes. You can use the Moments service to offer end-users of your apps free or discounted products, made available by Amazon or other websites that we make available (“Rewards”), when end-users of your apps take some action. For every action taken by an end user, we provide you with a URL, discount code, balance or other means to allow the end user to access the reward (all “reward codes”). The following requirements apply to all premium codes we make available to you. You can`t resell the premium codes. You only use reward codes in connection with the time campaign for which they were provided. You ensure reward codes and ensure that only your employees or agents involved in implementing the Moments campaign have access to reward codes. You won`t change premium codes or create additional bonus codes. They will destroy all unstover reward codes within two days of the cashing deadline set in the Moment campaign or the end of that calendar. They distribute premium codes exclusively to residents of the countries or territories that we specify are allowed for these premium codes. Unless written permission to the contrary, each person can only receive a unique reward code and no reward code can be used or distributed more than once.
Your communication with end-users with reward codes should include: the retail value of the reward code, the reward collection process and the terms of your moments campaign. They will respect all the constraints we set for the distribution of premium codes. 2) “DRS-based purchase,” the purchase by an end user of consumable material for one of your DRS products; which meets the following criteria: a) the order was issued on the basis of a new call for a duly transmitted order or properly formatted inventory or use information, whether you or the corresponding DRS product, which was transmitted via an application programming interface indicated in the DRS documents, and (b) the purchase was made during the validity period or the DEE-WIND-Down period. within five years after the corresponding DRS product was registered for the first time to be used on the DRS service. 2.1. This section describes the additional conditions under which you (a) can access and use certain functions, technologies and services that are made available to you by AWS and that are not yet generally available, including products, services or functions called “beta,” “preview,” “pre-publication” or “experimental” and all associated AWS content (a “beta service” or b) , including, but not limited to all AWS regions identified by AWS as “beta,” “pre-publication,” “pre-release” or “experimental” (each of a “beta region”). 59.7. Some communication services related to Alexa, such as the ability to send and receive messages.
B calls and connect to other users (together “Alexa Communication”), are sold and provided by AMCS LLC (“AMCS”), an affiliate of AWS, and not AWS, but are otherwise subject to the terms of the agreement. Your use of Alexa Communication is also subject to the Alexa Communication Use Guides which are part of these conditions. You, your end-users or other callers may be able to ask Alexa for Business to help with certain functions during a call, z.B. “Alexa, high volume” and “Alexa, hang up.” Some Alexa communication services are provided by our third-party providers and we can provide them with information, such as phone numbers, to provide these services.