If you’re a T-Mobile prepaid user, then we’ve got some sour news to kick off your weekend. T-Mobile announced today that a number of its prepaid subscribers have had their personal information compromised in a data breach. The good news is that none of the financial data, social security numbers, or passwords associated with these accounts were compromised. Still, T-Mobile’s … Continue reading

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