Prepaid. In order to ensure that your future Prepaid funds are not compromised, we will suspend your recurring Charges and any automatic Top Up program that you participate in (as described in Section 41) once you notify us that your Device was lost or stolen. However, the Active Period (as defined in Section 41) applicable to your existing Prepaid funds continues to run when the Device is lost or stolen. Accordingly, you must continue to manually Top Up your Prepaid account within 7 calendar days of the end of the Active Period applicable to the Prepaid funds in your account to maintain your existing Prepaid account balance. Funds added to your account are non-refundable (including for suspended or deactivated accounts).
Prepaid. If we are providing you with Prepaid Services, you will not receive a monthly bill. You must maintain a positive balance of funds in your Prepaid account in order to use the Services. To add funds to your account, you must “Top Up”. Taxes are extra. Prepaid funds are valid for a specified number of days starting from the time on the day they are added to your account (“Active Period”). Unused funds will expire at the end of the Active Period. Expired Prepaid funds will be restored if you Top Up your account within 7 calendar days of their expiry. If you Top Up your account before your existing Prepaid funds expire (or are used up), then your Top Up will be added to your existing Prepaid funds and the Active Period for the Top Up will apply to the combined amount of Prepaid funds. Prepaid funds are non-refundable. Any Prepaid funds or Services which are added to your account on a promotional basis will have an Active Period of 30 calendar days from the date they are added to your account, unless otherwise indicated to you and are not restored or extended by Top Up. Any included but unused minutes, text messages or data in Prepaid Rate Plans or Add-ons will not carry over beyond the applicable Rate Plan or Add-on period. If you use an automatic Top Up program to add funds to your Prepaid account, there may be rare occasions where the activity is delayed by up to 48 hours depending on your bank or due to unforeseen circumstances. You cannot transfer any funds added into your Prepaid account to another account. Visit bell.ca/prepaid for additional information.
Prepaid. If you purchase a Device from Bell which does not meet your needs, you may return your Device (up to 2 Devices per subscriber on your account) if the Device: (a) is returned within 15 calendar days of the start date; (b) is in “like new” condition with the original packaging, manuals and accessories; (c) is returned with original receipt to the store of purchase or to the address specified for returns if you purchased online or by phone; and (d) has not exceeded 30 minutes of voice usage or 50 MB of data usage. SIM Cards are not returnable once the packaging has been opened or the SIM Card is activated. If you are a person with a disability, the same conditions apply, however, you may return your Device within 30 calendar days of the start date and double the corresponding permitted usage set out above. Funds added to your account are non-refundable.
Prepaid. You have a variety of options to Top Up your Prepaid funds. You can Top Up with your credit card or a prepaid card, or participate in a monthly Top Up program with a pre-authorized credit or debit card, or pre-authorize your credit card and do one- time Top Ups with your assigned personal identification number.
Prepaid. The Employer agrees to pay for each hour worked by each employee represented by Local to the Labourers' Local Prepaid Legal Benefits Fund, jointly administered by an equal number of Employer and Union Trustees, for the purpose of providing legal benefits to such employees and their beneficiaries the following sum: Effective May for each hour worked The Employer shall remit contributions to the Labourers' Local Prepaid Legal Benefit Fund monthly, together with a duly completed employer's report form, by the 15th day of the month following the month for which the payment is due. Pension Toronto Board Area The Employers agree to pay for each hour worked by employees represented in this Agreement by Local Labourers' International Union of North America, into the Central and Eastern Canada Labourers' International Union Pension Fund, jointly and equally administered by trustees representing Employers and the Union, the following sums: Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked Pension County The Employers agree to pay for each hour worked by employees represented in this agreement by Labourers International Union of North America, Local into The Central and Eastern Canada Labourers International Union Pension Fund, jointly and equally administered by Trustees representing Employers and the Union, the following sums: Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked Welfare: The Employers agree to pay for each hour worked by employees represented in this Agreement by Teamsters' Local Union into Teamsters' Local Union Members' Benefit Fund, jointly administered by an equal number of Employer and Union Trustees, the following sums: Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked Effective May for each hour worked During the lifetime of this Agreement and subject to all applicable laws it is agreed that the Union has the right to re-assign or transfer part of the welfare contribution as per Article to the Pension Fund contribution as per said Article.
Prepaid. Effective April not more than one (1) nurse may be absent at any one time on prepaid leave. This total includes both the full-time and part-time units. DATED at I this day of FOR THE HOSPITAL OF ENT It is agreed that part-time and full-time staff will submit their request for vacation by April and part-time staff will submit their by this date. The summer schedule will then be posted for the period of June, July, and August, by May This agreement shall continue in effect for this year only and is renewable by the parties on mutual agreement. Dated at Ontario this day of