Via webcast, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) CEO Mike Sievert unveiled the company´s latest Un-carrier move, a comprehensive set of protections against a pervasive problem affecting everyone with a phone: scams and robocalls, the company said.
The move, called Scam Shield, is the company´s response to a rising tide of scammers preying on Americans at their most vulnerable — a problem that´s only grown more severe in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Like all Un-carrier moves, Scam Shield started by listening to customers. And they´ve had it. Scams and robocalls are the #1 complaint to the FCC. And also like all Un-carrier moves, Scam Shield is designed to change wireless for good and challenge Verizon and AT&T to take this problem seriously, especially now.
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