Verizon Selects is a program you can choose to participate in that uses information about you, including your location, web browsing and app usage data to determine whether you fit into an audience Verizon or another company is trying to reach. If you choose to participate in Verizon Selects, you may receive marketing messages, offers and other content that interests you more than what you receive today. We won’t share information that identifies you personally with any non-Verizon companies.
To better understand what Verizon Selects is all about, watch our "What is Verizon Selects" video.
Review the full Verizon Selects Participation Agreement.
A big perk with Verizon Selects is getting an extra 2,500 Verizon Smart Rewards bonus points and another 500 points every month per line in the Verizon Smart Rewards program. To learn more about the Verizon Smart Rewards program, take a look at the Smart Rewards FAQs. Additionally with Verizon Selects, you can get less of the irrelevant ads and make some of the ads you receive more relevant to you.Back to top
Verizon Selects seeks to provide targeted advertising through a variety of media including mobile Web and apps. For example, if you go to golf courses or visit golf websites, you could receive a promotion for golf balls.Back to top
Consumer and small business customers may participate in Verizon Selects on devices associated with their lines, including basic and smartphones, tablets, hotspots, USB modems and other devices.
Corporate or government accounts aren’t eligible to participate. Certain other lines may also be ineligible (e.g., lines that an Account Owner has requested be blocked from participation).
You can learn more about Verizon Selects and how to participate by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center in My Verizon and following the prompts to opt in.Back to top
Verizon Selects will use your information to provide marketing messages, offers and content through a variety of marketing media, such as Internet and mobile advertising. While the number of communications received will vary by individual, we’ll monitor the quantity and quality of communications sent to you.
No, we won’t share data that identifies you personally.Back to top
Verizon Wireless will use the following information:
Mobile usage information
Will Verizon Selects use information obtained from accessing or reading my emails or texts, or from collecting information from online accounts where I perform secure transactions, like my online bank account?
No, Verizon Selects won’t use information obtained from your emails or texts, or information from secure online transactions.Back to top
If I provided my consent to participate in Verizon Selects, and then I turn off the location-based services settings on my mobile device, will my location information still be collected and used for Verizon Selects?
Yes, the location information used for Verizon Selects is not related to the location settings on your device. If you do not want us to use your location information, you can withdraw your consent at any time by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center.
You can also instruct Verizon Selects to delete past data it has collected about your web browsing and location on the Verizon Selects Preferences Center.
You will remain a participant in Verizon Selects until you withdraw your consent. Information Verizon Selects collects while you are a participant may be kept for up to three years. You can stop participating or instruct Verizon Selects to delete past data it has collected about your web browsing and location at any time by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center.Back to top
We won’t use your information for Verizon Selects unless you provide your consent. Once you have decided to participate in Verizon Selects, you can make choices about the use of your information at any time by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center.
From the Preferences Center, you can:
Yes, you can do so at any time by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center.Back to top
Once you are a participant in Verizon Selects, you can choose how your information is used by visiting the Verizon Selects Preferences Center. For example, you can instruct Verizon Selects to delete past data it has collected about your web browsing and location.
Yes, you may instruct Verizon Selects to delete past data it has collected about your web browsing and location at any time by visiting the Verizon Selects Preference Center in My Verizon.Back to top
When you make a choice or modify an existing one from the Verizon Selects Preferences Center, a confirmation message will display after your choices are saved. You can also view your current status.Back to top
I have recently added my phone number to the Federal Do Not Call registry, or have told Verizon that I don’t want to receive certain kinds of marketing, such as mail, emails or phone calls from Verizon’s family of companies. How do these Do Not Solicit choices affect my participation in Verizon Selects?
Your decision to participate in Verizon Selects is independent of any other choices you’ve made previously.