The personal information of 15 million subscribers of T-Mobile were compromised by a group of hackers who directed their attack on the specific company that processes the US wireless carrier’s credit checks. That company is Experian, and it stated via a press release that it detected a data breach in which customers’ personal data were stolen from September 1st of 2013 to September 16th of this year. The information captured by hackers include names, birth dates, addresses, and Social Security and driver’s license numbers.
T-Mobile is declaring war on those who consume more tethered data than they are supposed to. As seen on the wireless carrier’s newsroom page, John Legere, the president and chief executive officer of T-Mobile, has posted an open letter to subscribers of T-Mobile, and has expressed some unflattering words for a select group of customers who gobble up more than their fair share of tethered data.
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