T-Mobile customers’ info breached after Experian hacked, millions may be affected

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BELLEVUE, WA - Experian, one of the country's major credit bureau's was hacked, exposing the personal info of up to 15 million T-Mobile customers.

The hackers managed to get their hands on customer names, addresses, social security numbers as well as other information. T-Mobile used the company to conduct credit checks on its customers which means anyone who applied for service between Sept. 1, 2013 and Sept. 16, 2015 could be affected.

T-Mobile's CEO says he's "incredibly angry about this data breach" and will begin a thorough review of their relationship with Experian. Experian is also offering two years of free credit monitoring and identity protection


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