Over 40 million customer records exposed in data breach, T-Mobile confirms

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Over 40 million customer records exposed in data breach, T-Mobile confirms
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Over 40 million customer records exposed in data breach, T-Mobile confirms

No payment card details of customers or any other financial information was accessed, it asserts

US mobile carrier T-Mobile said on Tuesday that more than 40 million records from past or prospective customers who had applied for T-Mobile credit were exposed in a recent data breach. In a sta...

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