UDR, Inc. Short Message Service (“SMS”) Terms and Conditions.

UDR, Inc. and its affiliated entities (“UDR,” “we,” “us”) offers marketing and non-marketing text message programs (the “Service”). There are two ways you can opt-in to the Service. You can text message the UDR short code of 89531 with SIGNUP to receive the Service or opt-in via a website form. You will have an opportunity to confirm or decline the Service via a reply to an initial text message you receive from us. By replying YES to this message received from 89531 you are confirming a subscription to the Service. Message frequency varies. You represent that you are the owner or authorized user of the wireless device you use to sign up for the Service, and that you are authorized to approve the applicable charges. 

We do not have a separate charge for the Service; however, message and data rates may apply from your mobile carrier. Subject to the terms and conditions of your mobile carrier, you may receive text messages sent to your mobile phone. Participation in the Service on this short code is standard rated (no premium content).  

 

By providing your consent to participate in the Service, you approve any such charges from your mobile carrier. Charges for text messages may appear on your mobile phone bill or be deducted from your prepaid balance. We reserve the right to terminate the Service, in whole or in part, at any time without notice. The information in any message may be subject to certain time lags and/or delays. You are responsible for managing the types of SMS texts you receive. If you have any questions or need help, text HELP to 89531, or call 855-465-2224

To stop receiving text messages, text STOPto 89531. By enrolling in the Service, you consent that following such arequest to unsubscribe, you will receive one (1) final message from usconfirming that you have been inactivated in our system. Following suchconfirmation message, no additional text messages will be sent unless you re-activateyour subscription. 

We may use an automatic dialing system to deliver text messages to you. The Federal Communications Commission defines an "automatic telephone dialing system" or autodialer as equipment that has the capacity to store or produce telephone numbers to be called and to call such numbers. 47 C.F.R. § 64.1200. By your subscription to the Service, you give your consent to us to use an automatic dialing system to deliver text messages to the telephone or cell phone number to which you have directed us to transmit these text messages. 

 

United States Participating Carriers Include: ACS/Alaska,Alltel, AT&T, Bluegrass Cellular, Boost, Cellcom, Cellone Nation, CellularOne of East Central Illinois, Cellular South, Centennial, Chariton Valley Cellular,Cincinnati Bell, Cox Communications, Cricket, EKN/Appalachian Wireless, ElementMobile, GCI, Golden State Cellular, Illinois Valley Cellular, Immix/KeystoneWireless, Inland Cellular, iWireless, Metro PCS, Nex-Tech Wireless, nTelos,Plateau Wireless, South Canaan, Sprint, T-Mobile, Thumb Cellular, UnitedWireless, US Cellular, Verizon Wireless, Viaero Wireless, Virgin, WCC.Additional carriers may be added. T-Mobile is not liable for delayed orundelivered messages.

Your wireless carrier and other service providers also collect data about your SMS usage, and their practices are governed by their own privacy policies. You can view a copy of our privacy policy online.

You acknowledge and agree that the Service is provided via wireless systems which use radios (and other means) to transmit communications over complex networks. We do not guarantee that your use of the Service will be private or secure, and we are not liable to you for any lack of privacy or security you may experience. You are fully responsible for taking precautions and providing security measures best suited for your situation and intended use of the Service.