You also agree to the terms and conditions of service and use related to any feature(s) you may have selected or that may be included in your Rate Plan.By accepting the Metro PCS Terms and Conditions of Service, you agree to the following (see full Metro PCS Terms and Conditions of Service for all terms): · You waive your right to a jury trial in disputes with Metro PCS.IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, DO NOT ACTIVATE OR USE YOUR SERVICE, AND CONTACT METROPCS OR ITS AUTHORIZED DEALERS TO HAVE YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED. This includes any claims against other parties relating to Services or wireless devices provided or billed to you (such as our suppliers, Dealers or third party vendors) whenever you also assert claims against us in the same proceeding.
· Metro PCS may communicate with you from time to time about your Service.In the event that the terms and conditions relating to a feature you may have selected or that may be included in your Rate Plan conflicts with the Metro PCS Terms and Conditions of Service, your Rate Plan shall control.You accept our Terms and Conditions by doing any of the following (a) giving us a written or electronic signature or telling us orally that you accept the Metro PCS Terms and Conditions of Service; (b) activating Service (if you are a new subscriber); (c) using your Service after your Service is activated or after you make a change or addition to your Service; (d) paying for the Service; or (e) failing to activate Service within 30 days after the purchase of your Metro PCS wireless device.The moment when two characters become an Official Couple. In a work, it's that point where until further notice there's no more sense in asking Will They or Won't They? In Real Life, it's that point beyond which you'd feel justified calling the other person "my boyfriend/girlfriend".There may have been Unresolved Sexual Tension earlier, romantic feelings on either side or even an unmistakable Held Gaze or two, but that was all on paper. This is the kind of plot development that gets an audience's attention, so it is often seen in parts of the plot where it is imperative for the story to do just that (e.g.OJD offers Statewide Forms (paper forms and interactive online forms), Local Circuit Court forms, forms found in Local Supplementary Rules, and Uniform Trial Court Rule forms.