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T-Mobile US, Inc. is engaged in providing wireless communications services. The Company provide wireless services to postpaid, prepaid and wholesale customers. It also provides wireless communications services to these customers, as well as a selection of wireless devices and accessories. It provides service, devices and accessories across its flagship brands, T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile and Sprint, through its owned and operated retail stores, as well as through its Websites, T-Mobile app and customer care channels. In addition, the Company sells devices to dealers and other third-party distributors for resale through independent third-party retail outlets and a variety of third-party Websites.
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G. Michael Sievert
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Neville R. Ray
President - Technology
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President
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The Polish unit of T-Mobile said on Friday it had faced a cyber attack but said its network was not blocked and its critical systems had not been compromised.
T-Mobile USA agreed to settle a U.S. probe for $19.5 million after a massive 2020 outage led to more than 20,000 failed 911 emergency calls.
T-Mobile USA has agreed to settle a U.S. probe for $19.5 million after an outage led to more than 20,000 failed 911 emergency calls, according to government documents released on Tuesday.
Polish consumer watchdog UOKiK has launched proceedings against the local unit of T-Mobile after customers complained they had activated paid services on the network without realising.
Mark Nelson, a Washington, D.C.-based lawyer who has long advised T-Mobile as outside counsel, is moving to the telecom company next month as executive vice president and general counsel.
T-Mobile US Inc is supporting a plaintiffs' bid to centralize in one federal district court almost 30 lawsuits filed by customers over a recent massive data breach, but suggested a different venue due to a "dire" judge shortage.
Massachusetts' attorney general said on Tuesday she will investigate the cyberattack against T-Mobile US Inc that exposed personal information of more than 53 million people.
Deutsche Telekom AG and Japanese technology investor Softbank Group Corp have asked a Delaware state judge to toss a shareholder’s suit challenging transactions related to T-Mobile US Inc's $23 billion merger with Sprint Corp.
Deutsche Telekom has struck a $7 billion share-swap deal with SoftBank Group to increase its stake in U.S. unit T-Mobile and sold its Dutch unit in a major shake-up that strengthens the German group's transatlantic focus.
Deutsche Telekom is paying more than $7 billion to raise its stake in its U.S. unit T-Mobile under a share-swap deal with Japan's SoftBank Group, CEO Tim Hoettges said on Tuesday.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Friday it was confident there were no continuing risks to user data from a breach disclosed earlier this month that affected more than 53 million current, former and prospective customers.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Friday it was confident there were no continuing risks to user data from a breach that was disclosed earlier this month, that affected more than 53 million current, former and prospective customers.
The hacker, who stole data of more than 53 million former and prospective customers of T-Mobile US Inc, said the wireless carrier's security was "awful", the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Friday an ongoing investigation into a data breach revealed that hackers accessed personal information of an additional 5.3 million customers, bringing the total number of people affected to more than 53 million.
T-Mobile US Inc has said that more than 53 million people have been affected by a data breach where hackers accessed personal information held by the No. 3 U.S. wireless provider.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Friday hackers had accessed data of another 5.3 million wireless customers, including address, date of birth and phone numbers, widening the extent of a breach that affected millions of current, former and prospective customers.
By Derek Francis, Akanksha Rana, Subrat Patnaik and David Shepardson
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said on Wednesday it is investigating a T-Mobile US Inc data breach that the company said impacted more than 40 million former, prospective and current customers.
T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday a cyberattack compromised some personal data of about 7.8 million current customers and about 40 million records of former or prospective customers.
T-Mobile US Inc on Monday acknowledged a data breach but said it was yet to find if any customer information has been compromised, a day after an online forum alleged that personal data of more than 100 million of its users was leaked.
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