Traffic Monitor - Privacy policy

This application collects statistics and measurements to determine the quality, utilization, speed, and stability of cellular and WiFi networks and services. The network and device measurements that this application is designed for do not require personal information. This means, we do not log personal information or any content of your communications. All measured data is anonymized and encrypted by the application before it is sent to our server.

What information we collect

Coverage, connectivity and data usage

Information about network connectivity and quality for phone calls, internet and data services as experienced by you, as well as statistics about how much your device uses internet services and consumes data, such as:


Statistics about applications on your devices, such as:

Device information

Technical information about your device, such as:

Location information

Unless you have disabled the collection through the app settings, we collect your location data when we measure the items above. For example, we know your rough location from the phone mast and Wi-Fi hot spot your phone is using. When your phone or one of your apps is using GPS location data, we use that to assess location more precisely and sometimes your speed and direction of travel if available with GPS information.

This data collection also happens if the app is in background.

What information we don’t collect

We understand that some of the information we collect may be seen as sensitive. Therefore, we have designed the app to reduce the sensitivity of the collected information. For example, we don’t collect information about:

For how long do you keep my data?

Detailed information about the quality and use of your connectivity services, location and apps is kept no longer than 14 months after it has been collected.

How we use this information

We share the measured statistics with our partners to help them to continuously improve the quality and performance of their mobile networks and services. They use the collected information to diagnose connectivity, coverage or connection quality problems, understand connectivity needs from the usage of mobile data, Wi-Fi and apps, and use such insights to make improvements to their network and services.

This may include, for example:

What choices do you have?

You can disable the collection of any measurements at any time by uninstalling the application.