Mobile Partner Sweden AB complies with the requirements of the Data Protection Ordinance, also known as the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). The new data protection ordinance applies from 25 May 2018 and means, among other things. a. that you get better control over what personal information companies and organizations have about you. We process all our customers, partners, suppliers, and employees’ personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Ordinance and with the utmost respect for personal integrity.

Mobile Partner never sells personal data to third parties. We never transfer or process information to another unauthorized party.

Personal data processed by third parties is of such a nature to be able to complete an agreed service or product. This information may include name, address, telephone number, e-mail, social security number and position. No transfers of personal data are made to a so-called third country (countries outside the EU / ESS) Personal data processed on behalf of a customer is limited to what the desired product or service requires in order to be transmitted.

Your information can be used for the following purposes: Broadband and telephone related services, customer surveys, customer relationship announcements and offers of services and products that we think you may be interested in. Or that other Swedish legislation requires that certain information be stored, eg the Accounting Act. Transfer of information or transparency to third parties. Such as. agencies.

We place the same high demands on our suppliers and personal data assistants that we ourselves comply with regarding the processing of personal data and that they comply with the requirements in the Data Protection Ordinance.

All information that is processed or stored by Mobile Partner is protected in accordance with the requirements that apply to IT security, information security and shell protection.

As an individual, you have the right to request an extract on which personal data is stored, the purpose and legal basis for the processing and the recipient of the personal data

For more information regarding the Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)