Monedata Partners

We operationalise our services enabling the collections of pseudonymous data available on our customers "Publishers" apps by our Partners network. With the "app users" explicit consent, "our Partners" run an SDK-based technology in the background of our customer "Publishers" app to collect data.

All of our customer "Publishers" are required to provide appropriate Privacy Notice, Disclosure, and Consent request to their users, referred to as "app users", abide by the applicable privacy legislation, and adhere to the Publisher Guidelines and Policies outlined at

Our Partners do not collect any sensitive personal information from "app users". They are not able or allowed to collect name, email address, phone number, social media ID, contact list, or anything else which directly identifies individuals.

You can find more information about our Partners privacy practices here:

Umlaut Communications GmbH

Am Kraftversorgungsturm 3, 52070 Aachen, Germany

Email: [email protected]

Umlaut is a global, full-service, cross-industry, end-to-end company that offers advisory and fulfilment services to clients all over the world.

Umlaut does only collect so-called pseudonymous data, the information that is not directly associated with the real-life identity of the user. NO Names, email addresses, phone numbers (MSISDN), SIM card info (IMSI), device ID (IMEI), Messages or Passwords are collected.

In addition to the results of the tests run in the app other localization information and technical (system) parameters are obtained. Some technical parameters (such as wireless network information) are collected periodically, e.g. subject to GPS localization events. Specifically, the following data might be collected from the user's device and analyzed:

  • Internet availability / success ratio
  • Download time
  • Latency (“ping”)
  • Download speed
  • Upload speed
  • Dropped calls
  • Wireless access technology
  • Coverage / signal strength

The data collected is used statistically, with the purposes of supporting the development and improvement of communication networks. The data is totally anonymized and used from us to benchmark and optimize different Network Service Providers in the world.

In case of any clarification that you might need, you can contact anytime our Data Privacy Officer at the e-mail address [email protected]

Further details on umlaut privacy approach can be checked on this webpage:

Cell Rebel AB

Redaregatan 48, 252 36 Helsingborg, Sweden

Email: [email protected]

Applications that integrate the Monedata SDK may incorporate CellRebel’s technology. By using such applications, you understand and agree that CellRebel may collect data from your device, including location data, for the purposes of analyzing the following areas: network performance, network user experience and user equipment performance. This information may be shared with third party licensees of CellRebel for the purpose of improving network performance or to design marketing campaigns.

Further information can be obtained in CellRebel’s Privacy Policy found at

M2Catalyst LLC

120 Vantis, Suite 310, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, United States

Email: [email protected]

M2Catalyst gathers certain information either automatically or based on permission settings in applications that integrate the Monedata SDK. This information includes, but is not limited to, the model of your mobile device, your device location, the mobile network (mobile carrier) you use, your mobile network information, language, and Wi-Fi network information. Depending on the permission level you grant, such information may be collected both when you are using our mobile applications and when the applications are closed.

M2Catalyst uses the collected information for the administration and operation of their Services, as well as to generally improve the overall quality of your experience. They also assign a unique M2 identifier to your device, which is not associated with any external databases or third-party identifiers.

For more detailed information about M2Catalyst's privacy practices, please visit

This version was last updated on 13 March 2024.