Privacy Policy

5GUK Limited (“5G.co.uk”, “We” or “Us”) is committed to making sure that your privacy is fully protected at all times. In some circumstances we may ask you to provide certain personally identifiable details when using this website, but should this happen then you can rest assured that this information will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

This policy details the personal data that we may collect from you through our website, all of which is used to improve the service you receive when using our website.

How we collect and share data

We do not store your data on our own servers, but under certain circumstances 5G.co.uk may collect some information. This includes your name, job title, company name and email address, which may be provided by you when you email us through our contact us page, or when signing up to the 5G newsletter. This data will be used in order reply to any contact request you make and to send out the newsletter.

Additionally, data is stored with select third parties, including Google, which collects data while you are browsing our website, in order to provide the best possible user experience. If you’ve subscribed to our newsletter then data is also collected by Mailchimp (a third-party emailer), which sends the newsletter out.

Additional details and the full privacy policies for these companies can be found below:

Google Analytics - anonymous information is sent to Google Analytics to help improve the use of our website. None of this data is locally stored or personally identifiable. You can read more about Google Analytics privacy policy here. If you’re using the Chrome browser, you can also opt out of Google Analytics tracking if you’d prefer, by adding the Google Analytics Opt-Out browser extension.

Google Tag Manager – we use this to manage third-party programs. For more information, take a look at Google’s own privacy policy for the Google Tag Manager.

Mailchimp – information is stored on Mailchimp’s servers when you subscribe to our GDPR compliant newsletter by entering the relevant information on our website. You can read more about Mailchimp’s privacy policy here.

How third parties collect data

5G.co.uk works with many online stores and mobile networks to provide our industry-leading price comparison website. When you click one of the deals we’ve highlighted, you will be transferred to the relevant network or retailer, and at this point your details may be shared with them. A cookie will be placed on your device to confirm we sent you.

The third-party companies we work with on our 5G price comparison website include:

AWIN: check out the AWIN privacy policy

Three: read the Three privacy policy

Partnerize: take a look at the Partnerize privacy policy

Impact: here’s the Impact privacy policy

4G-Internet: see the 4G Internet privacy policy

What are your rights?

  • The right to access

You have the right to request copies of any personal data that we hold. We may charge you a small fee for this service.

  • The right to rectification

You have the right to request that our company corrects any information that you believe is inaccurate or incomplete.

  • The right to erasure

Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request that our company erases your personal information.

What are cookies?

A computer cookie – sometimes known as an HTTP cookie – is a small file that will be stored on your computer’s hard drive, inside your web browser. This happens when you visit a website and consent to the collection of cookies.

Cookies are used to keep track of your activity on a website, such as when you last visited, and they help websites tailor their operations to your needs, likes, and dislikes, by gathering and remembering details about your preferences. You can manage and delete cookies at any time via your web browser. Find out more in our cookie policy.

How to contact us?

If you would like details of the personal information we hold on you, please contact us at admin@5g.co.uk. You are entitled to make this request under the Data Protection Act 1998, however a small fee will be payable.

If on the other hand you believe that any information we hold on you is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us at info@5G.co.uk and we will correct any such information as soon as possible. This address can also be used for all other general enquiries.

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