Cookies Policy
On our Website in the Binotel Wire Service we use cookie files, which are small text files that contain information about your navigation on the Website/in the Service. The main purpose of cookie files is to ensure easy navigation on the Website/in the Service.
What is a cookie file?

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer that allow websites to "recognize" you and remember your preferences.

When you visit the website for the first time, you usually provide certain information, such as your name and your preferred language. This information is entered into the cookie file and sent to your web browser. The next time you visit the same website, your browser uses this information in order to customize the website to fit your individual preferences.

What are the cookie files used for?
In our Service, we use cookie files for a variety of purposes in order to:

  • remember the language you speak and the country you reside in;
  • help you log in again when you visit the Service again;
  • help our engineers improve the Service based on an understanding of how people find us, and what devices they use;
  • evaluate the effectiveness of Binotel Wire, based on an understanding of whether you continued to use the Service after placing an order.

What cookie files can be used and what are they used for?
We can use the following cookie files:

Technical cookies: cookie files that allow you to use our Service and its functions. Without these files, our website and Service will not be able to operate as efficiently as you would like, and we may not be able to provide certain basic functions and capabilities of our Website. They also allow us to distribute the load to servers, collect information about user preferences regarding the use of cookie files, etc.

Preference cookies: Preference cookie files collect information about your preferences and allow us to remember the language and other local settings, as well as customize your use of the Website and your likes according to your individual features.

Third-party cookies:
These cookie files are used to collect information about how you use our websites, what keywords or web pages have navigated you to visit them and what sites you visit. We use this information to generate reports, improve our websites and optimize product and service offerings. These cookie files can be set by both our websites and third-party domains.

Third-party integration cookies: These cookie files are used to embed third-party elements into our Website, such as a video from the YouTube™ resource, feedback forms or social network buttons that allow sharing website contents. This category of cookies may be transmitted by third parties and includes, without limitation, cookies sent by domains, including but not limited to,

How to manage cookies?

You can disable cookie files - essential, preference files and social media files - through the settings in your browser. In order to delete cookies set by our and other sites, you can follow the instructions on the help page of your browser or website. You can also block the installation of cookies in the future by our and other websites. Information on the most frequently used browsers can be found here: As mentioned above, if you decide to disable cookies, you should know that this may result in the whole sections of our Website not able to function.

Policy updates and our contact details

This is a brief description of how we are currently using cookies. When we change our cookies, we can also change this Policy as regards cookie files. We look forward to receiving any of your questions, issues, and feedback on this Policy. If you have any suggestions for us, please report them by contacting the Customer Service or write to us at the following address:

Contact Us

For any queries in relation to this Cookies Policy please contact us at, or you can also contact us in writing at LLC "Binotel", st. Zdolbunivska, 7-D., Building "Z", office №207, Kyiv, 0208, Ukraine.

In the event you read this policy in any language other than English, you agree that in the event of any discrepancies, the English version shall prevail.

Effective as of 1.10.2019

Last editing: 04.28.2021