What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that gets stored onto your computer when you visit a website. Our cookies will not read or corrupt other information saved on your computer and cannot be used to deliver viruses, or extract your personal information.
We use them to identify when you have returned to our websites so that we know if you have been to our sites before. This helps us tailor the experience that you have. They are used for many different functions such as:
What cookies do Simplyhealth use?
The cookies we use are broken down into 2 categories:
The essential cookies we use (and what they are used for) are:
|Session cookies||Used to maintain your transaction or log in details with. They are not stored on your computer and expire after a 30 minute period of inactivity or when you end your browser session.
||Adobe Analytics and Google Analytics provide anonymous statistical information. It allows us to see which pages of our site are being viewed and helps to identify any errors which may occur so that we can address them.|
This is a list of the non-essential cookies we use:
|Third party cookies||
Services such as Maru EDR, help us gather information to allow us to make our website more usable for our users. Accepting the cookies means that we will not continue to ask you to complete surveys if you have already completed or declined.
How can I disable cookies?
If you want to disable cookies you need to change your website browser settings to reject cookies. Doing this will depend on the browser type and version that you use however follow these links for instructions on how to disable cookies on your particular browser the most popular browsers.
Please note if you choose to disable cookies, the site may not operate properly.
Find out more?
If you would like more information on cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org
Simplyhealth uses the Flashtalking platform for campaign analysis, applying both cookie-based and cookie-less technologies to identify devices. Learn more about Flashtalking’s use of data and your choices in their Consumer Privacy statement.