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T-Mobile, the largest US cellphone provider, claims that 3.7 crore users’ data was taken

T-Mobile, the leading US mobile carrier, has revealed that the personal data of 3.7 crore customers has been stolen in a security breach. The stolen data includes customer names, billing addresses, phone numbers, and account numbers. T-Mobile said that financial data, such as credit card numbers and Social Security numbers, were not affected.

The breach occurred after a malicious actor gained access to one of T-Mobile’s servers, which the company said contained customer information. T-Mobile has reported the incident to law enforcement, and is working with cybersecurity experts to investigate the breach and strengthen its security measures.

T-Mobile is notifying affected customers and offering them two years of free credit monitoring services. The company has also advised its customers to be vigilant of any suspicious activity on their accounts.