Transmission and reception throughput is determined by a myriad of factors, such as, but not limited to, weather, time of day, condition of the network, third party services, number of Subscribers using the Service, usage by emergency services, characteristics of the subscriber’s equipment, geographical location, building characteristics and various obstructions to the wireless signal. Transmission and reception rates published in the Provider’s Service plans are targets that should be typically obtainable but are not guaranteed. Access locations may be removed and or updated from time to time in the Provider’s sole discretion and actual coverage, locations and quality may vary. Wireless access is subject to unavailability, including, but not limited to, unavailability for emergencies, colocation failures, maintenance, and transmission limitations. Network speeds for access may vary. Access may be based on third party networks over which the Provider has no control beyond contractual service level agreements, if any, with the third party network provider. The Provider may, but is not required to, modify the 802.11x standard. Wireless access is transmitted over complex unpredictable networks. Not all Internet Sites can be accessed and you may receive an error message if you attempt to access a site that cannot be accessed.