Here are the most recent changes to our Privacy Policy.

We review and update our Privacy Policy to reflect the changes that come with the development of new products, services, technologies and uses of information. In addition, we occasionally make organizational, stylistic and grammatical changes to make our policy easier to read. Below you’ll find an overview of the changes that have been made in the past six months.

November 2020

We updated the privacy policy to provide more  information about notices you may receive from Verizon and how you can opt-out. We also included date of birth in the examples of data we collect from you and clarified the information our techs may collect when testing your service.

June 2020

In this policy update, we further describe your rights and our compliance with the California state privacy law and add a new section describing your rights under the Maine privacy law that goes into effect on July 1, 2020. We provide examples of how we may use information to determine your eligibility for products and services, including  service upgrades or our credit card. We also describe that we may obtain information from third parties to help guard against fraudulent transactions. Finally, we removed the description of the universal identifier in the header since we no longer use this identifier in our advertising programs.