Applicable in Spain as of 15th of February, 2023
The user of the Wifirst Service, hereinafter referred to as the "User"
Wifirst, a French “société par actions simplifiée” with registered capital of 16 076 007 euros, whose registered office is 26 rue de Berri 75008 Paris, registered with the Trade and Companies of Paris, under number 441 757 614, VAT number FR72441757614, whose website is available at http://www.wifirst.com/, represented by its President, hereinafter referred to as "Wifirst".
Wifirst is an electronic communications network and services operator, regularly declared to the French Autorité de Régulation des Postes et des Communications Électroniques (ARCEP).
In this context, Wifirst provides electronic communications services based on WiFi or Ethernet connectivity, depending on the eligibility of the User's location (the “Wifirst Service”).
ARTICLE 1. DEFINITIONS
Captive Portal refers to an authentication technique of redirecting the User's web browser to the Wifirst website.
Connection Location means the physical location (home, hotel, camping, etc.) where the User connects to the Wifirst network.
Data means any sign, signal, message, writing, image, sound of any kind and, in general, any content that can be stored, made available, consulted, transported, and, or distributed.
DHCP means Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, a network protocol which role is to ensure the automatic configuration of IP parameters of the User Device, including automatic assignment of an IP address and subnet mask.
DHCP can also configure the default gateway address and DNS name servers.
DNS means Domain Name System, the service translating a domain name into several types of information associated with it, including IP addresses of the machine with that name.
HTTP means HyperText Transfer Protocol, the client-server communication protocol developed for the World Wide Web. HTTPS (with S for secured) is the encrypted version of this protocol.
IEEE means the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, a global standardisation agency.
Internet means the global network of data exchange composed of servers connected together by means of electronic communications networks, accessible to any user equipped with the necessary computer equipment.
IP or IP Address means the serial numbers that uniquely identify a device on the Internet.
Partner means an organisation having a business relationship with Wifirst. The Wifirst network and infrastructure may be installed within the Partner premises. The Wifirst Service is made available to Users that may be guests and/or clients of the Partner.
User Device means any device with which the User will connect to the Wifirst Service.
User means any individual who uses the WIFIRST Service.
Web Browser or Browser means the software designed to access the World Wide Web
WiFi: refers to a set of wireless communications protocols covered by the standards of the IEEE 802.11 group (ISO / IEC 8802-11), for transmitting digital Data wirelessly. Depending on the connection and Connection Location of the User Device, access can either be performed according to the IEEE 802.11g, 802.11a, 802.11n or 802.11ac standards.
Wifirst Service: refers to the Internet access service provided by Wifirst to the User. Service may also include, depending on the particular Connection Location, telephone service and television service.
World Wide Web or WWW, commonly known as the Web, is a public hypertext system operating on the Internet. The Web provides access with a Browser and accessible pages on sites.
ARTICLE 2. CONNECTING TO WIFIRST NETWORK
In order to use the Wifirst Services, the User must first connect its User Device to the Wifirst network. Wifirst connects the Wifirst networks with WiFi technology. The User must ensure its User Device supports WiFi (should be compatible with WiFi 4, at the minimum). If the Connection Location allows, Wifirst may connect the Wifirst network with an Ethernet cable. In that case, the User must connect its User Device to an Ethernet cable plugged into the wall. The Ethernet cable is part of the User Device and is not provided by Wifirst.
ARTICLE 3. TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL SUPPORT
Wifirst provides the User with a Customer Service, accessible by phone, email or chat, to provide assistance regarding the implementation, installation and use of Wifirst Services. This helpdesk is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and can be reached :
If, however, the Customer considers that the response to his/her complaint is not satisfactory or has not been provided within one (1) month, he/she may then submit a written appeal to the Consumer Service, at the following address Wifirst Consumer Service, 26 rue de Berri, 75008 - PARIS.
From the date of receipt of the letter, the Consumer Service undertakes, within a maximum of one (1) month (unless a longer processing time has been agreed with the User) to provide a written response to the User. Finally, if the User remains unsatisfied with the response given or if the letter to the Consumer Service has remained unanswered for more than one (1) month, the User may refer the matter free of charge to the Telecommunications User Service Office (Oficina de Atención al Usuario de Telecomunicaciones), either directly or through a consumer association, by completing the form provided for this purpose directly on the website https://usuariosteleco.mineco.gob.es/Paginas/contacto.aspx.
ARTICLE 4. THE WIFIRST SERVICE
The Wifirst Service allows the User to access the Internet and its various services, including the World Wide Web (WWW), e-mails, online services, files exchanges, and more generally, the exchange of data across the network.
4.1 User authentication
The use of the Wifirst Service is exclusively reserved to natural persons, over the age of legal majority and having a full legal capacity. In most cases, Wifirst requires Users to authenticate before activating the internet connection, either by submitting an e-mail address or by creating an account on the Captive Portal.
4.2 Right of access to the Wifirst Service
Depending on the Connection Locations, access to the Wifirst Service may be charged, free, or conditioned by a procedure defined by the Partner. For any paid service, the User should refer to the relevant Terms and Conditions, and any information made available to the User before the purchase.
ARTICLE 5. USER OBLIGATIONS
5.1 The User guarantees the accuracy of the information provided during authentication. The User declares that it is informed and understands the intrinsic characteristics of the Internet and particularly the fact that (A) the transmission of Internet Data only has a relative reliability; that such transmission is done on various and heterogeneous networks, which characteristics and features may change over time, that such changes are likely to impact the Data transfer times or access time to Data; and that such networks may be saturated at certain times of the day; (B) the Data flowing over electronic communications networks can possibly be diverted and communication of confidential Data of the User is made at its own risk; (C) that the Internet is an open network and, consequently, the information it conveys is not protected against the risk of diversion, intrusion into the equipment, data piracy, programs and files or contamination by computer viruses of the User Device; (D) the User shall take all appropriate measures to (i) protect the Data, files or programs stored in the systems against contamination by viruses circulating on electronic communications networks including the Internet and intrusion attempts in the User Device and (ii) prevent the misuse of the Wifirst Service by potential third parties.
5.3 As a result of the above mentioned and in full knowledge of the characteristics of the Wifirst Service, the User agrees that Wifirst cannot be held liable for the consequences of any occurrence of one or more of the facts mentioned above and that under the law in effect, Wifirst is not subject to a general obligation to monitor the Data transiting on its network, nor a general obligation to seek circumstances indicating illegal activity.
5.4 The User acknowledges that access to the Wifirst Service may be temporarily suspended, due to maintenance of the Wifirst network, upgrades or the occurrence of a Force Majeure (as defined below).
5.5 The User agrees that it shall not degrade, move, or steal any equipment installed by Wifirst in the Connection Location in order to provide the Wifirst Service.
ARTICLE 6. WIFIRST OBLIGATIONS
Wifirst is expressly subject to an obligation of means in providing the Wifirst Service. Wifirst is not responsible for the quality of the Data transmission, information response time and possible restrictions of access to specific networks or services connected to the Internet.
ARTICLE 7. PERSONAL DATA
ARTICLE 8. FORCE MAJEURE
ARTICLE 9. APPLICABLE LAW
The CGU is subject to Spanish law. All disputes that may arise in connection with the interpretation and/or performance of the CGU shall be subject, in the absence of an amicable agreement, to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court within the jurisdiction of the Connection Location.