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More than 37 million T-Mobile customers were hacked

BusinessMore than 37 million T-Mobile customers were hacked

New York, NY (The Continent Times) In November, T-mobile said that the personal information of approximately more than 37 million active users had been stolen by a “bad actor.”

In a filing with the SEC on Thursday, the business revealed that a hacker stole customer data including names, billing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, T-Mobile account numbers, and information on the type of service they have with the wireless provider. T-Mobile said that none of its customers’ social security numbers, credit card numbers, government ID numbers, passwords, PINs, or financial information were stolen.

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