Verizon Selects, part of the AOL Advertising Network, helps make marketing you see more personalized and useful to you across the devices and services you use.
Verizon Selects uses:
- Information about your wireless device including websites you visit, apps and features you use, and device and advertising identifiers
- Information about your device location
- Your postal and email addresses
- Information about your Verizon products and services and how you use them (such as data and calling features and use, FiOS service options, equipment and device types). Some of this information is CPNI (Customer Proprietary Network Information), which is information about the quantity, type, destination, location, and amount of use of your Verizon telecommunications and interconnected voice over internet protocol (VoIP) services and related billing information
- Information we get from other companies (such as gender, age range, interests, shopping preferences, and ad responses)
The advertising program uses online and device identifiers including AOL browser cookies, advertising IDs from Apple and Google, and one created by Verizon, known as a Unique Identifier Header or UIDH. Verizon includes a UIDH in the address information of Internet requests going to Verizon companies (including AOL) and to a small number of partners to help deliver services unrelated to advertising, such as authentication of devices on our network. When you opt in to Verizon Selects, the UIDH may also be shared with partners who help us provide advertising services. Verizon partners are authorized to use the UIDH only as part of Verizon and AOL services and not for their own separate uses. More information about the UIDH can be found here.
For more information, watch our "What is Verizon Selects" video.
Review the full Verizon Selects Participation Agreement.