Privacy Policy


OUT OF THE PHONE SAS, whose registered office is located at 71, rue Perthuis - 92140 Clamart, is committed to respecting the rules and regulations concerning the protection of personal data. These rules ensure that your data will be processed in a transparent manner in accordance with these provisions, whether for:

Collecting personal data;
Your rights to access and rectify the collected data;
The declaration of processing personal data to the CNIL;
The use of e-mails;
Safety and security procedures.


1. Registration form and order

When you register and when place an order, OUT OF THE PHONE asks you some information to organize its business relations and to honor your order. This data is essential to the processing of your order.

2. Cookies

A cookie is a set of data stored on the hard disk of your terminal (computer, mobile, tablet ...) by the server of the site you are visiting. They allow OUT OF THE PHONE to recognize your terminal to adapt the content of our site, pre-fill some fields, know you better and make anonymous statistics.

No cookie, apart from those essential to the proper operation of the site, can be installed on your terminal without your consent. That is why a banner of information appears on your first visit to our site. By continuing your navigation on our site or by closing the banner of information, you accept cookies.

Cookies have a maximum life of 13 months, so the cookie information banner will reappear 13 months after your first visit to our website to request again your consent to the cookie.

OUT OF THE PHONE uses three "families" of cookies that you can accept or refuse:

The ‘technical’ Cookies, essential to the good functioning of OUT OF THE PHONE website. You can refuse these cookies by changing the settings of your Web browser. Nevertheless, the refusal of these cookies can deteriorate your browsing experience on the website or prevent you from benefiting from certain essential functionalities.

‘Web analytics measure’ cookies, which measure the audience on our site and get information about your browsing in order to achieve anonymous statistics that will be used to improve and facilitate navigation on our site.

‘Share Button’ cookies. Our site allows you to share certain contents found on our site with others through the buttons to share on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter. At the same time, these social networks are likely to follow your navigation on our site from the moment your session on the network is opened on your terminal during your navigation on our site. OUT OF THE PHONE exercises no control over this process set up by each social network.

You can prevent this collection by disabling this feature in your navigation software. Even when this feature is disabled, you are still able to access our site.


In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of January 6th, 1978, you have the right to access, oppose, rectify and delete your personal data at any time. If you wish to exercise your rights, you can simply write to us by mail addressed to SAS OUT OF THE PHONE, 71, rue Perthuis - 92140 Clamart or by email at, specifying your name , First name and full address.


In accordance with French law, we have made a declaration of the personal data collected on our site with the National Commission for Computing and Liberties.


By becoming a Customer of OUT OF THE PHONE, OUT OF THE PHONE will be able to send you e-mails relating to the processing of your order as well as its commercial offers, whenever they seem likely to interest you. However, at any time, you can unsubscribe from this commercial offers service by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link located in the body of the received e-mail.


OUT OF THE PHONE is committed to ensuring the security of personal data through strict procedures set up within our company. In addition, in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 as amended, the customer's banking information is securely protected and encrypted.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.