Effective: January 1, 2023
Your “personal data” is any information that identifies, relates to, describes, is reasonably capable of being associated with, or could reasonably be linked, directly or indirectly, with you or your household. This notice also applies to sensitive personal data, a category of personal data. It includes data like your social security number and account log-in credentials, as well as biometric information.
This notice does not cover:
Your interactions with
T-Mobileoutside the context of applying for a T-Mobileposition, such as browsing T-Mobile’s website. To learn more about our privacy practices related to those types of interactions, please see our T-MobilePrivacy Notice.
T-Mobileemployees during employment with us, or contractors during their contractual engagement with us. To learn more about personal data we collect and use from our United States employees and contractors after hiring, please visit our Employee and Contractor Privacy Notice.
Note: If you are applying to be a
T-Mobileemployees, contractors, or job applicants. To learn more about personal data we collect and use from our international employees, contractors, and job applicants, please email IntlPrivSpt@ T-Mobile.com for information regarding the applicable Privacy Notice.
What data we collect
The categories of applicant personal data we have collected within the last 12 months include the following:
Such as your name, online identifiers such as an Internet Protocol (IP) address, account and usernames, aliases, telephone number, email address, home and postal addresses, signatures, and other identifiers described in the sensitive information category below.
Categories required to be listed specifically under certain state laws
Like name, signature, social security number, address, telephone number, driver’s license number, education, employment, employment history.
Characteristics of protected classifications under state or federal law
Like race, sex/gender, gender identity, gender expression, and military or veteran status.
Including fingerprints and facial images from which an identifier template can be extracted.
Internet or other electronic network activity and analytics or monitoring data
Including as related to applicant communications and use of
Including approximate location data such as based on your IP address.
Audio, electronic, visual, or similar information
Including facial images and voice information like photos, videos, and voice recordings.
Like certain sensitive data categories described below; work permit status, like immigration, residency and related information; professional and background information, like your resume and application form, including details about your qualifications, skills, academic and education background, training courses attended, work experience, language capabilities, employment history, results of criminal background checks, results of drug and alcohol testing, health screenings or certifications, work permit/visa application information, and references or recommendations from previous employers, driving and vehicle licensing and history.
Defined as information that is not publicly available personally identifiable information as defined in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1232g; 34 C.F.R. Part 99).
Content of interviews/other forms of assessment
Like your in-person, audio, or video interviews (live and recorded), information about you available online, such as social media posts, and other forms of assessment you might provide.
Like loyalty programs numbers, dates and length of travel, hotel names and locations, and information about your vehicle.
Like your employment and job preferences such as the details of the type of employment, current and/or desired salary, terms relating to compensation and benefits packages, willingness to relocate, or other job preferences.
Inferences about you drawn to reflect your preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, predispositions, behavior, attitudes, intelligence, abilities, and aptitudes.
Other information you provide us in the context of job recruiting to administer aspects of your recruitment (or employment) or to comply with legal obligations or
Sensitive personal data
We collect certain personal data considered “sensitive” personal data (“sensitive personal data”). To support our legal and business activities, and as permitted by law, we may collect sensitive personal data as part of our employment recruitment process.
Examples of sensitive personal data that we collect include:
- Government-issued identifiers, such as social security information, driver’s license information
- Account log-in
Sources of personal data
We collect personal data from a variety of sources, including:
- Directly from you
- Previous and current employers
- Service providers (e.g., expense reimbursement services, recruiters)
- Background check services
- Online sources including social networks and recruiting sites (e.g., LinkedIn)
- Open government databases and other public sources
What are cookies and similar technologies?
Cookies are small text files placed by a website and stored by your browser on your device. A cookie can later be read when your browser connects to a web server in the same domain that placed the cookie. The text in a cookie contains a string of numbers and letters that may uniquely identify your device and can contain other information as well. This allows the web server to recognize your browser overtime each time it connects to that web server.
Web beacons are electronic images (also called single-pixel or clear GIFs) that are contained within a website or email. When your browser opens a webpage or email that contains a web beacon, it automatically connects to the web server that hosts the image (typically operated by a third party). This allows that web server to log information about your device and set and read its cookies. In the same way, third-party content on our websites (such as embedded videos, plug-ins, or ads) results in your browser connecting to the third-party web server that hosts that content. We also include web beacons in our email messages or newsletters to tell us if you open and act on them.
We, and our analytics providers, use these technologies in our websites, apps, and online services to collect personal data when you access and use our services, including personal data about your online activities over time and across different websites or online services. This data is used to store your preferences and settings, enable you to sign in, analyze how our websites, apps, and services perform, track your interaction with the site or app, develop inferences, combat fraud, and fulfill other legitimate purposes. We and/or our providers share the data we collect or infer with other providers for these purposes, as described in the “Disclosure of personal data” section below.
Use of personal data
We use personal data to administer and carry out the recruitment and hiring process, including for human resources and operational, business, safety, and security purposes including as described in this Notice and below.
Human resources uses, including:
Recruitment and hiring decisions.
Interview travel and expense reimbursement processing.
Legal and policy compliance administration and enforcement, including for the purpose of anti-discrimination laws and government reporting obligations.
Business uses, including:
Managing, monitoring, measuring, analyzing. protecting, and improving,
T-MobileSystems, assets, and resources, including managing and protecting unauthorized access and use of T-Mobile, personal, and customer data, devices, systems, and infrastructure; and protecting T-MobileSystems from intrusions.
Managing, monitoring, measuring, analyzing, protecting, and improving campus, parking, buildings, office space, conference rooms, facilities, catering and café services, including monitoring and administering building occupancy and campus parking and transportation; operating and monitoring physical security systems, such as CCTV, key card entry systems, and guest logs; registering personal vehicles and logging exit and entry times; and emergency notification services.
Managing and improving workplace efficiency and effectiveness.
Communications and collaboration.
Personalization to understand your preferences to enhance your recruitment experience.
Using automated decision-making systems to analyze application information to assess your suitability for a role against the role requirements or description and to improve our recruitment processes and experiences.
Delivery of information, goods, and services.
Legal and policy compliance administration and enforcement, including monitoring access and use of
Research and improvement of
T-MobileSystems, processes, products, services, and technology.
We may use de-identified information in accordance with applicable law.
If an applicant becomes a
Disclosure of personal data
We may disclose personal data, including sensitive personal data, to the following categories of recipients, for the business purposes described in this Notice and below.
Our subsidiaries and affiliates
Vendors or agents working on our behalf
For example, companies
Independent third parties
For example, benefits partners
Parties to a corporate transaction or proceeding
For example, a merger, financing, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution, or a transfer, divestiture, or sale of all or a portion of our business or assets.
The general public
Law enforcement and those with legal necessity
We will access, transfer, disclose, and preserve personal data to comply with applicable law or respond to valid legal process, including from law enforcement or other government agencies; operate and maintain the security of
We retain your personal data for business or tax needs, or legal reasons.
Your data choices
We offer everyone in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands choices about their personal data. Please note that your choices may vary depending on the laws that apply where you reside. If you have questions, please contact us using the information below. Your options include:
You can choose whether to receive optional communications from us by email, SMS, and telephone related to new jobs or roles that become available. If you receive these optional email or SMS messages from us and would like to stop, you can do so by following the directions in that message or by contacting us as described in the “Contact Us” section below. If you receive a message from us related to new jobs or roles that become available, and no longer wish to receive such messages, you can opt out of these future communications. These choices do not apply to certain informational communications, including communications about an existing application with us.
Clicking on the AdChoices icon on any interest-based ad.
Visiting Your Ad Choices.
Visiting our Personalized Ads and Offers article.
Visiting our Analytics and Reporting article.
You can also take steps to manage targeted ads through your system settings. Resetting your device’s mobile advertising ID does not opt-out your device from targeted ads, but data associated with your prior mobile advertising ID will not be linked to your new identifier through the device. Also, if you reset your device’s mobile advertising ID your prior opt-out choices will not apply to the new ID. To maintain your opt-out choices, you’ll need to opt-out again. These opt-outs will not impact “contextual” advertisements (e.g., a sporting goods advertisement on a sports-themed website) or ads we place on our own websites and apps based on your activity on those sites and apps.
Browser or platform controls
Most web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can go to your browser settings to learn how to delete or reject cookies. If you choose to delete or reject cookies, this could affect certain features or services of our website. If you choose to delete cookies, settings and preferences controlled by those cookies, including advertising preferences, may be deleted and need to be recreated.
Global Privacy Control
Some browsers and browser extensions support the “Global Privacy Control” (GPC) or similar controls that can send a signal to the websites you visit indicating your choice to opt-out from certain types of data processing, including data sales and/or targeted advertising, as specified by applicable law. When we detect such a signal, we will make reasonable efforts to respect your choices indicated by a GPC setting or similar control recognized by regulation or otherwise widely acknowledged as a valid opt-out preference signal.
Do Not Track
Some browsers include a "Do Not Track" (DNT) setting that can send a signal to the websites you visit, indicating you do not wish to be tracked. Unlike the GPC described above, there is no common understanding of how to interpret the DNT signal; therefore, our websites do not respond to browser DNT signals. Instead, you can use the range of other tools to control data collection and use, including the GPC, cookie controls, and advertising controls described above.
Mobile advertising ID controls
iOS and Android operating systems provide options to limit tracking.
Email web beacons
Most email clients have settings that allow you to prevent the automatic downloading of images, including web beacons, which avoid the automatic connection to the web servers that host those images.
Notice and consent
We provide applicants with a notice about the personal data we collect, how it will be used, and with whom we disclose personal data.
We will get consent from applicants for the collection and use of personal data where such consent is required by applicable law. Failure to provide necessary personal data may disqualify an applicant from employment or restrict participation in certain plans or programs.
Privacy rights & choices
Access, delete, and correct
In some jurisdictions you have a right to access (or “know”) your personal data. To access your personal data, submit a personal data request. Once we receive your request and confirm your identity, we will disclose to you:
The categories of personal data we have collected
The sources from which we collect personal data
The types of third parties we share personal data with
The types of personal data we disclose for business purposes
In some jurisdictions you have a right to request deletion of your personal data. To delete your personal data, submit a personal data request. We may not delete all your data because certain exceptions may apply. For example, we may keep personal data that is necessary to provide employment or contractor services, detect security problems, or to comply with laws.
In some jurisdictions you have a right to request correction of your personal data. Applicants can correct or make changes to your personal data through several methods. Learn how to correct your personal data.
Authorized Agents may act on your behalf by submitting an access, correction, or deletion request. To protect your information, we will request that you verify your identity before fulfilling a request submitted by your agent. All follow-up communications and the resolution will go to you directly and not to your agent.
Verification of your identity
We have to verify your identity before we can give you access to or delete your personal data. If we can’t verify your identity, we’ll unfortunately have to deny your request. This is to protect you.
To verify your identity, we’ll need information from you, like your email address and phone number. You may have to share your U.S. driver’s license, state ID, or passport. We may also need a photo of your face so we can ensure the photo ID truly belongs to you.
We will also ask for personal and job specific data to further identify you.
If we deny your request, residents of certain states are entitled to submit an appeal. Instructions for how to submit your appeal will be included in our response explaining why we denied your request.
If you have questions about these choices, please read our privacy FAQs.
Applicants in some jurisdictions have a right to opt-out from the “sale” or “sharing” of personal data, each of which is defined under applicable law.
Limit use and disclosure of sensitive personal information
We do not use or disclose sensitive personal data to infer individual characteristics.
From time to time, we may update this
To review TMUS’ Privacy Notices addressing information that TMUS collects outside of the hiring/employment context (such as information collected about you as a consumer), please visit our Privacy Center.
If you have any questions about this