This notice applies when using the Aichi Multilingual Call Center.
Not all languages are supported. (Displays the supported languages)
This service is for information and introduction, and we do not offer various reservations or sales.
You may not be able to connect properly due to the network connection or congestion. Communications fee may be required separately depending on the subscription plan.
For smartphones and tablets other than Apple devices, Android OS 4.2 or higher and the latest Chrome browser are recommended according to system requirements. Without using the above recommended requirements, it may not be available.
For iPhone and iPad devices, please download the dedicated app. Click the connection button to automatically switch to Apple Store. (Recommended system requirements are iOS 8.0 or higher.)
It is only available in Japan.
You have deemed to have agreed to the following LiveCall terms and conditions when using the Aichi Multilingual Call Center.
You may not use the Service or its website to research the function, performance and availability, to measure the benchmark and to conduct reverse engineering for competitive purposes.
In order to improve the quality of our service, we record calls.
The Service provider does not make any guarantee of the following items.
Our Prefecture and the Service provider shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or punitive damages (including loss of revenue or expected profit or loss of business) arising in connection with the performance or use of the Service, whether or not such damages were caused by a third party, or even if our Prefecture or the Service provider was informed in advance of the possibility of such damages (Except in the cases of intentional or gross negligence on the part of our Prefecture or the Service provider).
Our Prefecture and the Service provider shall not be liable if the performance of the obligations of the Service becomes impossible or is delayed due to circumstances beyond the control of our Prefecture or the Service provider. Acts of force majeure include, but are not limited to, government actions, wars, riots, strikes or labor disputes, technical problems, loss of the internet access, power outages, communications problems, weather, floods, fires, explosions, natural disasters, and local emergencies.