T-Mobile was reported to be in the process of shutting down its brick-and-mortar stores early this year. Following these reports, T-Mo’s Consumer Group President, Jon Freier, released a statement discussing this change. But now, another report says that corporate-owned Metro by T-Mobile stores will be affected by the closure too.
Ever since T-Mobile launched its 5G Home Internet service, it has become one of the key services offered by the Un-carrier. And earlier this week, the company revealed that they are now expanding availability of the service to Metro by T-Mobile customers.
Tracfone announced that it discovered a security breach last week. Today, some of the affected customers have suddenly discovered that they are already on Metro by T-Mobile’s network without their consent.
T-Mobile is the recent victim of a cybersecurity attack.
The Un-Carrier quickly responded to reports that a hacker was able to access the customer information of nearly 100 million customers. And while the hacker’s entry point has been closed, T-Mobile’s investigation continues to show disappointing numbers.
MetroPCS, the prepaid wireless service brand owned by T-Mobile, is launching a new promo that will give its customers unlimited calls, text messaging, and 4G LTE data for $50 a month. And they can enjoy all of these without having to sign up for a yearly contract.
But wait -- there are some caveats. First of all, subscribers must avail of the promo not later than April 5th of this year. When they do, they will be able to enjoy the promo's inclusions for an indefinite period of time.
Prepaid cell phone plans are on the rise. There's no denying that in the right circumstances, prepaid cell phone plans have the potential to save customers a lot of money on their cell phone bill each month. However, with all the different options out there, it can be difficult to know which prepaid cell phone plan to choose.
MetroPCS, which offers unlimited local calling in plans ranging from $30 to $50 per month, has now launched service in New York City and Boston areas. The New York coverage area goes from a line roughly from New Brunswick and Paterson, NJ eastward through the 5 boroughs of New York City through the western half of Long Island, including Islip and Smithtown. The area also includes a bit of southern Westchester County. (Yonkers and White Plains).