There is a sad bad news to share from T-Mobile. Hackers could have compromised as many as two million user accounts across T-Mobile and Metro PCS.
However, In a post on the company’s site, the company has assured the public that the most compromising personal data wasn’t stolen–like your password or social security number–but that leaves a lot on the table that may have been.
Below is a message from TMobile:
“None of your financial data (including credit card information) or social security numbers were involved, and no passwords were compromised. However, you should know that some of your personal information may have been exposed, which may have included one or more of the following: name, billing zip code, phone number, email address, account number and account type (prepaid or postpaid).”
How To Check If Your T-Mobile Account Has Been Compromised
You should be contacted directly by company today via a push notification. But if you just want to check to be sure, you can also call 611 on any T-Mobile phone to check with customer service, too.