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Please note: the credit of your Pay&Go card is limited to a maximum of €250. Beyond that limit, you will lose every additional top-up.
The products and services of Proximus for professional customers are subject to the following conditions:
These general terms and conditionscomplement the Specific Terms and Conditions related to the product and/or service in scope of the solution you have purchased with Proximus. However, they do not apply to fixed, mobile and internet communications services. The general terms and conditions for these services are mentioned further up on this page.
To consult the Contractual Service Descriptions (including the Specific Terms and Conditions), please contact your Proximus Account Manager or visit the MyProximus.
Our aim is to offer you the best experiences, that’s why we adapt our offer regularly. We invest massively in networks, in solutions designed to meet your expectations and in an increasingly wide range of content.
A few recent examples:
And for independent customers and SME customers:
In order to keep on guaranteeing that you enjoy the best experience, the prices of some ranges of products and services will change with effect from 1st January 2017. but, even in spite of these changes, our Packs are still among the most competitive on the Belgian market. This competitiveness is boosted with the launch of the Tuttimus, Mobilus and Familus ranges in October 2016 as well as Bizz Office, Bizz Mobile and Bizz All-in for freelancers and SMEs.
If you’d like a full analysis of your Internet, telephony and TV needs, or if you’d like to find out how to switch to one of our attractive new ranges of products and services, come and see us at a Proximus Centre. We’d also be delighted to answer any questions you may have by telephone on 0800 55 800 (0800 55 500 for freelancers and SMEs, 0800 55 200 for businesses with 10 or more employees and the public sector).
Obviously you are entitled to terminate the relevant subscriptions at no cost, in writing via www.proximus.be/resilier.
* Fixed Internet speed: The maximum speed stated is a theoretical value and, in practice, not all customers will get this speed. Indeed, the download speed at your home depends mainly on the distance between the point of connection and the exchange, VDSL availability, your computer set-up and the internal wiring. These factors need to be the best possible in order to be able to browse the Internet at the maximum speed. The use of Wi-Fi may also reduce your connection speed. To find out what your speed is, please go to www.proximus.be/vitesseinternet (or www.proximus.be/bizzvitesseinternet for freelancers and SMEs).
Proximus understands that your privacy is very important to you, and we therefore do what is necessary to respect it as well as possible.
That is why your personal data is only used by the Proximus Group; it is never communicated, without your prior consent, to third parties for commercial purposes.
At the same time Proximus commits to always keeping you informed about its special offers and promotions that are likely to interest you. However, if you don't want to receive any commercial messages from us, you can easily inform us of this at any time via different communication channels (e.g. MyProximus or 0800 55 800). We will make sure your wishes are met.
The sections below detail how Proximus handles your personal data when you use our services, such as fixed and mobile telephony, the Internet, Proximus TV and other audiovisual services, and when you visit our websites proximus.be, proximus.com, skynet.be and m.skynet.be.
If you want to use our services, you may be asked to provide some personal data, such as your first and last name, address, login, e-mail address, telephone number, mobile number, date of birth, language, and a copy of your identity card. We may also ask for other data which we need to deliver the service, such as specific preferences and requirements related to the service concerned.
Personal data can be collected through various channels: e.g. orally in the Proximus points-of-sale, by telephone via the customer service, in writing via order forms or via electronic forms on the websites, via the MyProximus app or by SMS. We can collect your personal data when you place an order, take part in a test, survey or competition, call the customer service, when you identify yourself as a user of a Pay&Go card, subscribe to a newsletter, or ask us for information. Your billing and payment data is also stored.
In addition, we collect data about the use you make of our services and websites, about the types and brands of devices you use for this and about the communication traffic that transits our network. The communication traffic may include the fixed and mobile telephone numbers called, the date, the time, the duration and location of a communication or of an Internet connection. We can also use socio-demographic data and consumer information that we buy from specialized agencies.
The personal data that we collect via these different channels is stored in files held by Proximus plc under Belgian Public Law (Bd du Roi Albert II, 27, 1030 Brussels). This data is used to deliver the required service or information, to establish and bill the connection with the electronic communication networks of other operators, for customer administration, to draw up and distribute telephone directories and offer directory assistance, to market the telephone numbers and addresses mentioned in the telephone directories, for dispute management, to detect fraud and infringements committed against Proximus, its employees, customers or suppliers, to improve the quality of the services, for the planning and organization of the telecommunications infrastructure, for market research and customer profiling to provide you with more relevant information about our products, services and offers and to attune the advertising on Proximus TV more closely to any interests and needs you might have. All the data we collect can be combined to create your profile and better attune our offers to your personal needs.
If you do not wish to receive any information about our products and services, or if you have a specific preference for the communication channels we use to inform you, or if you do not want us to adapt our offer or advertising on Proximus TV based on your profile, please refer to the "Your wish for privacy" section to find out how to opt out of this.
Personal data is stored for up to 10 years after a person has ceased to be a Proximus customer. Shorter storage periods apply to certain categories of data, such as the data about your communication traffic, which is not retained for longer than 12 months.
In accordance with the law, all processing of customer data has been notified to the Commission for the Protection of Privacy. Proximus’ identification number for these notifications is HM 133424. Notification has been filed for several purposes, such as customer administration, direct marketing, market research, customer profiling, dispute management, combating of fraud, telephone directories, trade in personal data, camera surveillance and reporting services.
The content of the communication traffic that transits over our network such as fixed and mobile telephone calls, e-mails, text messages and the content of your Web browsing behavior, is protected by the laws on telecommunications secrecy. This means that Proximus and its employees are not entitled to take cognizance of such content. Proximus has taken the necessary security measures and given strict instructions to its employees to respect the secrecy of telecommunications.
The telephone calls you make to our customer service may be recorded to serve as evidence in case of a dispute about a commercial transaction. Said telephone calls may also be recorded and listened in to by a quality control monitor.
We have taken technical and organizational measures to protect the databases in which your data is kept against unauthorized access, unauthorized use, theft or loss. Our security measures are regularly evaluated and adapted so that we can continue to provide a high level of protection.
We may render some of our databases accessible to third parties working for us or assisting us with the performance of our tasks and marketing activities, e.g. our partners or call centers that sell Proximus services in our name and on our behalf. Such third parties only have access to this data on a need-to-know basis, to enable them to perform their task on our behalf.
Your personal data and the data on the Proximus products and services you use, can be shared with the subsidiaries of the Proximus Group to keep you informed about the products and services of the Proximus Group as a whole. In case of non-payment, we can inform our subsidiaries about your payment habits in order to protect the interests of the Proximus Group.
When you surf the Internet with your Proximus mobile subscription and purchase third-party services such as mobile applications online and pay for them using Proximus' M-Pay service (meaning that Proximus bills you for the amount that you must pay to the third party for its services and then passes on that amount to the third party), Proximus may communicate your mobile number or another identification number that is created when you use the M-Pay service, to said third party to make the payment possible.
If you agreed to have your fixed-line telephone and/or mobile number listed in the telephone directory and/or in the directory assistance file, we will pass on this data to Directory Information Services, a Proximus department which deals with the telephone directories and the 1405 directory assistance service. You can ask for changes to your listing by calling the toll-free number 0800 98 022 (NL) or 0800 98 033 (FR) or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you file a complaint via the telecommunications ombudsman's service, we may have to pass on your data to the ombudsman's service to enable it to handle the complaint.
For the rest, we do not give the collected data to third parties, unless we explicitly state that this is required for a specific action, or unless we are required by law to provide said data, e.g. at the request of the competent legal authorities in connection with a judicial inquiry.
There is more and more interest in society to use location data for reporting such as on the number of people that are present in a given place at a certain point in time. To create such reports, Proximus may use the location data generated by the mobile telecommunication network and the mobile telecommunication traffic on that network, possibly in combination with other customer data in Proximus’ possession. In doing so, Proximus does of course take the requisite measures to respect your privacy. Only anonymously created data is used to draw up the reports. Moreover, the anonymous data is grouped together in such a way that the recipients of these reports are not in any way able to reduce the information to individual customers. Where certain reports do relate to smaller groups, additional measures are taken to prevent any possibilities of re-identification.
Other customer data, too, may be anonymized and amalgamated into larger groups and in this way be used for internal and external reporting. For example, your viewing behavior may be processed in anonymous reports on the popularity of TV channels and programs.
In all cases, Proximus ensures that reports do not make it possible to identify an individual on the basis of Proximus' data.
You can visit our websites (proximus.be, proximus.com, skynet.be, m.skynet.be, Proximus11, ProximusMusic, JustForYou and ProximusTV) without having to provide any personal data. However, access to certain parts or functions of our websites may be limited to visitors with an account on skynet.be or a MyProximus account, subject to the correct password and login being entered.
The data that you provide to Proximus via different channels and the data that Proximus collects on your use of the Proximus TV services or other Proximus audiovisual services, are incorporated into Proximus' databases (Bd du Roi Albert II, 27, 1030 Brussels).
The Proximus TV decoder is equipped with software which registers and stores the operations carried out.
This data can be processed to:
If you would rather not receive information about Proximus' products, services or promotions, or if you don't want advertising on Proximus TV to be adapted to your profile, please refer to the "Your wish for privacy" section below on how to inform us of your choice.
If you prefer non-personalized over personalized recommendations in connection with the Proximus TV services, you can inform us of your preference via the selection menu on your TV screen.
The data that is collected may be disclosed to partners assisting Proximus in the delivery of the Proximus TV services or if such disclosure is necessary for the delivery of the service, or if you have authorized such disclosure. No individual customer data is passed on to the advertisers that show their adverts via Proximus TV.
You can read below how you can inform Proximus of your preferences with regard to your privacy. We do our best to update our systems and databases as quickly as possible, but bear in mind that it nevertheless takes some time to implement your choice in practice.
You are a Proximus customer:
On our website, www.proximus.be, go to MyProximus (top right) and log in with your password.
If you have not yet created a MyProximus access, please follow the instructions given there to create one.
Once you are signed in on MyProximus, go to the "My account" section and then to "My reports", where you can configure your privacy choices.
You are not a Proximus customer:
You can call the following numbers to inform us of your wish for privacy:
0800 55 800 for private customers, liberal professionals and SMEs;
0800 55 200 for medium-sized and large companies and public institutions.
If you no longer wish to receive any commercial calls from companies or organizations on your fixed line or mobile phone, you can put your name on the "Don't-call-me-anymore" list. You can do so via the website www.bel-me-niet-meer.be, by calling 078 77 00 12 or sending a letter to the Belgian Direct Marketing Association at Noordkustlaan 1, 1702
All companies and organizations that make commercial offers by telephone or mobile phone are obliged by law to comply with this list. They must remove your telephone number and name from their call files and may no longer call you for their products or services or for special promotions. It is the responsibility of every company and organization to respect the "Don't-call-me-anymore" list. Proximus does not have the powers to supervise and control this. For any complaints regarding unsolicited commercial calls, you can contact the Federal Public Service FPS for Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy, Contact Center, Rue du Progrès 50, 1210 Brussels or call the toll-free number 0800 120 33.
If you have set up a Facebook, an Instagram, Twitter or LinkedIn account, Proximus may display, via that account, advertising for its products, services and promotions that could be of interest to you. If you do not want such advertising, you will need to adjust your ad settings in your relevant account or via www.youronlinechoices.com.
You have the right to inspect and, if necessary, correct your personal data. To do so, send a request (dated and signed) with a copy of your identity card to the Proximus Data Protection Officer (Bd du Roi Albert II, 27, 1030 Brussels).
Last update: 05/01/2017
This charter applies to relations between subscribers and their private customers and individual consumers. In this text, the term consumers is used for these persons.
In an effort of simplification of our offer, the naming of certain of our products will change as from the 1st October, without any change of content, price or conditions.