It’s time T-Mobile publicly discloses to its customers exactly what data was breached and what steps T-Mobile is taking to relieve its customers of T-Mobile’s simple or gross negligence in this breach.
At the very lease, because its customers’ IMEI numbers appear to have been released to the public, T-Mobile should agree to IMMEDIATELY OFFER TO REPLACE ALL OF ITS CUSTOMERS’ PHONES WITH NEW, NOT REFURBISHED (i.e. phones with already used IMEI numbers), PHONES IDENTICAL TO THE PHONES ITS CUSTOMERS HAD PRIOR TO T-MOBILE’S NEGLIGENCE.
This situation puts all of T-Mobile’s customers in danger of identity fraud and misappropriation and the release of private and privileged information. This was the fault of T-Mobile and T-Mobile alone.
Will T-Mobile stand up for its customers or throw them under the bus?