I2.7 Messaging services with a mts.net, escape.ca or mymts.net are offered by a third party and not by Bell MTS. Bell MTS is not responsible for or responsible for emails and other third-party features and services. The third-party provider may store information, including personal data, outside of Canada. All information stored outside of Canada is subject to general enforcement laws in the country in which it is stored. Neither Bell MTS nor the third party are responsible for the loss of data or emails, unreased data or emails, misdirected data or emails, or the time it takes to transfer data or emails via the email system. Some Bell MTS services, including your 9-1-1 service (“9-1-1 service”), do not work during network outages, even with planned hardware or software upgrades. In addition, monitored home security alerts, medical equipment or monitored communications services, or third-party equipment using MTS bell services as a means of communication may not work, even in the event of a network outage. What is even more troubling, he says, is that consumers do not see a contract if they commit to Bell`s services at the door. On his latest bill, Minichillo noted in small print that the price of his Internet service will increase by $5 per month on April 1 and that his home phone will cost $2 a month.