Section 1: Opensignal Limited (Crowsourced Mobile network coverage and performance data)
Opensignal collects data on mobile network coverage and performance. Opensignal uses the crowdsourced data collected from users’ devices to publish reports and metrics on mobile network experience. You can see Opensignal’s reports here: https://www.opensignal.com/market-analysis
Opensignal is the independent global standard for measuring real-world mobile network experience. Opensignal believes that measuring how the network performs directly through users’ eyes is key to building better wireless networks.
In addition to other information described in this policy, we may collect and share precise location information, through methods such as mobile “SDKs”. This location information may be used by itself, aggregated, or combined with mobile identifiers (such as IDFAs and Android IDs), and shared with third parties, for purposes related to advertising, attribution (e.g., measuring ad performance) analytics, and research. You can remove your consent to having your location data collected by changing the settings on your device. (Certain services may lose functionality as a result.)
Section 2: Tutela Technologies Limited (Crowsourced Mobile network coverage and performance data)
Tutela Technologies Ltd. works with telecoms companies globally to help them understand and improve network speeds and network coverage for consumers like you. They help them build better networks in the areas that need it most.
Tutela may collect data relating to the wireless network performance your device experiences, in a pseudonymized manner, that may include the following types of personal information and/or personal data:
Geolocation data. Precise location information (GPS and network-based) may be collected to develop geo-based analysis and plot network performance on a map to convey coverage.
Daily Session Tag. A random number representing a measurement session, that is reset every 24 hours. A Daily Session Tag is assigned each day to each mobile application install contributing to Tutela so that they can assess the statistical reliability of network insights.
Network Element IDs. Network names, cell tower identifiers, BSSID, and other access point information is collected so that Tutela may know what network operator or network equipment they’re testing for issues.
State of Test Application. The state of this application during a network test (e.g. “in use”) may be collected for data validation purposes. Tutela never sees or records any content viewed by users.
Using this app and permitting Tutela to collect pseudonymous data may help improve the performance of your wireless network and your apps. This pseudonymous data may be shared with mobile network operators, network equipment manufacturers, and other third parties within the telecom ecosystem. They use it to understand, communicate, and optimize network performance.
Tutela never collects your sensitive personal information, name, phone number, a persistent device identifier, or e-mail, and takes technical and administrative measures to ensure data is not attributed to particular consumers. For further information about Tutela’s data practices please see the Tutela Privacy Charter. You have the right to opt-out of data sharing with Tutela. To do so, please utilize the opt-out measures provided in your mobile application or this privacy statement, or visit Do Not Sell My Info.
Section 3: Huq Industries Limited (Anonymous data for the creation of reports, market research, and trend analysis)
To help us improve our service we collect the following information on an anonymous basis: Operating System, Date & time, Latitude, Longitude, Accuracy (GPS), SSID (network), BSSID (network), Internal MAC address (network), Bundle ID, Device Model, Device Manufacturer, Carrier Code (Android only), Carrier Name, Sim Code, Country, and Locale. In addition to helping us to measure the usage of our app this anonymous information is shared with third parties for their business purposes, including the creation of reports, market research, and trend analysis. One of these third parties is Huq, data shared does not contain information from which users can be identified and we will not provide additional information to such third parties that enable such third parties to identify you. You can find a full description of our data collection and use practices in our Privacy and Security Policy here. You can find a full description of Huq and what it does with the information collected via our app here.
You can opt-out of any interest-based advertising. Go on Google Settings, Ads, and then click on "Disable ads based on interests". When you have opted out of using this setting on a device, advertisers will not use in-app information collected from that device to infer your interests or serve ads to that device that are targeted based on your inferred interests
Section 4: Appodeal Inc. (Interest-Based Advertising)
The app can share collected location data for Interest-Based Advertising: Allowing Advertisers to infer interests and serve ads to users based on their app activity and location data over time.
You can opt-out of any interest-based advertising through your device settings. When you have opted out using this setting on a device, advertisers will not use in-app information collected from that device to infer your interests or serve ads to that device that are targeted based on your inferred interests.
We collect 4 categories of data for ad serving:
Device data — such as screen size, IP address, location (latitude and longitude), battery charge level, time zone, etc.
We also collect app data, such as Bundle ID, store URL, session length, session ID.
Ad data: impression count per session, click count, finish count, total impression count.
User data (only when it’s passed by the publisher): gender, age, relationship status, interests.
Section 5: Pollfish (Survey Serving Technology)
APPLE, GOOGLE AND AMAZON ARE NOT A SPONSOR NOR ARE INVOLVED IN ANY WAY IN THIS CONTEST/DRAW. NO APPLE PRODUCTS ARE BEING USED AS PRIZES.