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More than 47 million current, prospective, and former T-Mobile customers had their personal information compromised during a recent data breach.

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More than 47 million current, prospective, and former T-Mobile customers had their personal information compromised during a recent data breach.


 T-Mobile Says Hack Exposed Personal Data of 40 Million People 


The company said that stolen files included the personal information of 7.8 million current customers and 40 million people who had applied for credit.

 T-Mobile said names, birthdays, social security numbers, and driver's license numbers were among the pieces of information that were exposed.

  The company says the hackers didn't access customers' financial information, account numbers/passwords, or phone numbers.

 The information covered 40 million former and prospective customers who had applied for credit with the company, and 7.8 million current postpaid accounts. 

The company said it reset the pins of 850,000 active prepaid customers who had their information compromised. 

Last month, T-Mobile said it had 104 million customers.
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