Cookies are mainly used for measuring traffic and optimizing the service and content in our web shop, among other things for statistics and the updating of forms. Some are necessary to make the webpage work, while others give us information about how you use MyTrendyPhone.co.uk, so that we can improve the user experience for you and other customers.
No, this is voluntary, but you have to go into your browser settings and change these if you don't want cookies to be saved to your computer. You should know that many websites will not function as well as they can if you switch off the cookies. You will, for instance, not be able to put items in the shopping cart, log on or check out a purchase in MyTrendyPhone's web shop if cookies are not turned on. Most browsers (Opera, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically.
No, but with the information that is saved in a cookie, it is possible to follow a user's navigation on a website.
One type of cookie will, for instance, keep track of what items are placed in the shopping cart at any given moment, what language you want to see on the website, and what browser you use. Your personal information isn't stored prior to your logging on to the web shop. When you close the browser, these cookies are deleted from your computer. Other types of cookies keep track of where in the product tree you are. In this manner, you don't have to open the tree again every time you upload a new page. These cookies are usually saved for one day at the most.
You may at any time go into the browser's menu and delete cookies that have been saved to your computer. How you do that depends on the browser. Remember that cookies may be restored the next time you visit mytrendyphone.co.uk
Your firewall may sometimes block cookies. Read more in the user guide/help file for the firewall.
In order to make sure that cookies will not be used, the safety settings in the browser have to be changed. You can find links to the most commonly used browsers underneath:
If you want even more information about cookies, you may read more on the UK's Data Protection Authority website: https://ico.org.uk.