Digital content or digital services are often combined with the provision of goods or other services and are offered to the consumer under the same contract, which includes a range of different elements, such as the provision of digital television and the purchase of electronic equipment. In such cases, the contract between the consumer and the professional includes elements of a contract for the provision of digital content or digital service, but also elements of other types of contracts, such as the sale of goods or services. This directive should apply only to elements of the overall contract that include the provision of digital content or services. The other elements of the contract should be governed by national law or, if necessary, by other EU rules applicable to a particular sector or object. Similarly, any impact that the termination of one element of the bundled contract could have on the other elements of that bundled contract should be subject to national law. However, in order to ensure consistency with the sectoral provisions of the European Parliament and Council `2018/1972 Directive (10) regulating bundled contracts when a distributor offers digital content or a digital service in combination with a number-based interpersonal communication service or an internet access service, the provisions of this directive on the modification of digital content should not apply to the digital content or digital services element. The relevant provisions of the 2018/1972 Directive (EU) should apply to all elements of the package, including digital content or services. 1. In accordance with national legislation and the conditions set out in separate cases, each party will do its best to provide the other party with new or used military or security equipment, as well as logistics and training services related to its respective operations. “price,” money or digital representation in exchange for the provision of digital content or a digital service; On the other hand, if the absence of embedded or interconnected digital content or services does not prevent the goods from performing their duties or if the consumer enters into a contract to provide digital content or digital service that is not part of a sales contract for goods containing digital elements, this contract should be considered separate from the contract for the sale of the goods, even if the seller acts as an intermediary of this secondary contract with the third-party supplier and could fall within the scope of this directive. For example, if the consumer downloads a gaming app from an App Store to a smartphone, the delivery contract for the game app is separated from the sales contract of the smartphone itself. Therefore, the 2019/771 Directive (EU) should only apply to the smartphone sales contract, while the provision of the wild application could be subject to this directive if the conditions of this directive are met.
Another example would be the fact that the consumer buys a smartphone without a specific operating system and the consumer then enters into a contract to supply an operating system to a third party. In this case, the supply of the operating system purchased separately would not be part of the sales contract and would therefore not fall within the scope of the Directive (EU) 2019/771, but could fall within the scope of this directive if the conditions of this directive are met. 1. If the professional has not provided the digital content or services covered by Article 5, the consumer invites the professional to provide the digital content or services.