Next Caller® Trademark and Brand Feature Guidelines
Next Caller®, Skip the hold line®, Know your caller® and certain graphics, logos, badges, button icons, and scripts, are trademarks, service marks and trade dress of Next Caller, Inc. ("Next Caller") in the U.S. and other countries, (the "Next Caller Marks"). When referring to Next Caller services, you must follow these guidelines. You may use the Next Caller name and logo Next Caller Marks to let your customers know that Next Caller provides priority call routing for your business.
The Next Caller Marks are important assets of Next Caller business, and they are protected by US and international copyright and trademark laws. By using them you agree as follows:
We grant you permission to use the Next Caller Marks on a non-exclusive, non-transferable basis. This permission may be revoked at any time at our discretion. Of course, we don’t expect to do this without a good reason.
You may only use the Next Caller Marks on that portion of your website or application that directly relates to priority call routing services that we provide you. You won’t imply any relationship with Next Caller other than the one that actually exists.
You shall ensure that the presentation of the Next Caller Marks shall be consistent with Next Caller own use of the Next Caller Marks in comparable media. From time to time, Next Caller may provide you with guidelines for the size, typeface, colors and other graphic characteristics of the Next Caller Marks, which, upon delivery to you, shall be deemed to be incorporated into these Trademark and Brand Feature Guidelines.
You will not display, copy, modify or transmit the Next Caller Marks in any way except as described in this Agreement or otherwise agreed in writing by Next Caller, Inc.
You will not use the Next Caller Marks incorrectly. Incorrect use of Next Caller Marks include referring to Next Caller as one word “NextCaller” and/or using only lowercase letters to refer to Next Caller service “next caller”. The correct use of our mark is “Next Caller”.
Last updated March 18, 2013