Do you use T-Mobile? You won’t want to miss this!
T-Mobile has been struck with another Data Breach and your private information may be at risk.
T-Mobile has issued a statement with further details about a cyberattack that the company confirmed earlier this week, confirming that the data breach included the personal information of almost 50 million current, former, and prospective customers.
Customers are due to be contacted shortly with the news that T-Mobile will immediately offer two years of free identity protection services with McAfee’s ID Theft Protection Service, implement an additional step to protect mobile accounts with Account Takeover Protection, and publish a new web page for information and solutions for customers to further protect themselves. Customers will also be encouraged to change their account’s PIN. T-Mobile’s investigation into the data breach is ongoing.
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