Wifi terms of service

    “Hughes disclaims any warranties whatsoever with respect to the Guest Wi-Fi Services to be provided to guest end users at locations receiving Guest Wi-Fi Services (“Guests”). In addition, Hughes assumes no liability, and Customer hereby indemnifies and holds Hughes harmless from and against any claim from any third party, including Guests, arising from the use of the Wi-Fi Service. Further, Customer agrees that the terms of use governing Guests’ use of the Wi-Fi Service will be substantially similar to those set forth below.

    Carter’s provides limited but free Internet access points or "hot spots" during most hours, except during maintenance procedures, for Customer’s guest’s personal use with portable computers or devices capable of receiving wireless signals. These access points allow customers to access the Internet from their web-enabled devices when within range of these access points.

    As with most public wireless "hot spots," Carter’s wireless connection is not secure. Any information being sent or received could potentially be intercepted by another wireless user. Cautious and informed wireless users should not transmit their credit card information, passwords and any other sensitive personal information while using any wireless "hot spot."

    Users assume all associated risks and agree to hold harmless Carter’s, Hughes Network Systems, LLC and their respective employees for any personal information (e.g. credit card) that is compromised, or for any damage caused to users' hardware or software due to electric surges, security issues or consequences caused by viruses or hacking. All wireless access users should have up-to-date virus protection on their personal laptop computers or wireless devices. Carter’s provides access to Web-based email only. For Microsoft Outlook or other email services, the users must connect with their own Internet Service Provider (ISP).

    Carter’s staff may provide general information on the settings necessary to access the Internet via these connections, but are not responsible for any changes users make to their computer settings and cannot guarantee that a user's hardware will work with this wireless connection. If a user has problems accessing the Internet over these connections, Carter’s’s staff cannot assist in making changes to the user's network settings or perform any troubleshooting on the user's computer. Users should refer to their owner's manuals or other support services offered by their device manufacturer