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Privacy and security education

We want you to feel confident about your personal data at T-Mobile and empowered when it comes to your online safety. Here, you’ll find resources to help you understand our practices and how you can manage your privacy choices.

Your ads

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​Personalized ads and offers

Learn more about our ad program and what choices you can make.

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    Your marketing preferences

    You can manage your preferences to decide how you want to receive information about T-Mobile products and services.

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    Analytics and reporting

    Understand how we analyze your data and use it to create reports.

Your data

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Do Not Sell My Personal Information

You have the option to tell us to not sell your information. Here’s how that works.

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    Request your personal data

    Submit a request to access or delete certain pieces of personal data we’ve collected about you by following these steps.

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    Cookies and tracking

    Learn more about cookies, other online tools, and tracking technologies and how these work.

​Your protection

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    Family Controls and privacy

    Learn about the choices you can make around data use and collection for children.

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    Online safety and cybersecurity

    Find ways to protect you and your family from online fraud and identity theft.

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    Your privacy around the web

    We don’t have control over how other companies collect and use your data, but you still have options for protecting your privacy.

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    Phone privacy

    We have policies and procedures in place to help ensure our compliance with Customer Proprietary Network Information rules adopted by the FCC.