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Cybercriminals can now utilize sophisticated and undetected tactics for harmful actions thanks to 21st-century technology. A poll conducted in 2020 indicated that 65% of US-based businesses were vulnerable to email phishing and impersonation assaults. If your organization does not implement DMARC, it enables cyberattackers to: Transmit funds from susceptible employees through fraudulent emails while impersonating key officials in your firm. Send bogus bills to your workers and business partners. Use your domain to sell illicit items. Spread ransomware. Impersonate customer service in order to get sensitive customer or partner information. Such scenarios might have long-term ramifications for your company. The hazards are numerous, ranging from jeopardizing the brand's reputation among its partners and customers to the loss of critical corporate information and millions of dollars. Domain Spoofing for the UnversedDomain spoofing is a typical type of security breach in which a c
Every time i leave one tower and go to another my phone disconnects and has no cellular service. I have to do a network settings reset every time I change towers. This is happening on all 4 of the phones on my account and two of them are located 40 miles away and have the same issue.
I have been a customer with t-mobile for almost 9 years now. I tried out their home internet and then sent them the router back in October. Now it is March and they are charging me a missing router fee of 221 dollars on my current billing cycle. Why am I being charged for something I sent back almost 6 months ago. Also after I sent them back the router they charged me for the internet the next two months because apparently you have to call that department as well to cancel the plan. It literally makes no sense that this how they conduct business. Not only do I have to wait 45 minutes to talk to someone who literally resolves nothing, they make me call multiple times to again achieve absolutely nothing. I am switching carriers immediately.
We got TMO because they had the best coverage at our home and were told the local Sprint tower which is less than a 1/8 mile away would be converted to 5G so we got the home internet as well. Recently our normal 5 bar coverage has dropped to 1 or 2 bars. The internet has been 2 bars but were expecting awesome when they converted the tower, but now I’m wondering IF they will or just decommission it. I contacted Customer Care and while they were nice folks the answer I got is coverage is what to be expected. How can this be? It’s like that site has been turned off! The site is 38.921956517815566, -91.06778833655758 https://email@example.com,-91.0686466,417m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en. TMO you could sell a lot wireless and your internet if you converted this site, our only option is 1.5 MB DSL or satellite and all our neighbors are sick of it. We have Boeing, Federal, and investment employees that would sign up in a heartbeat.
Hello T-Mobile - The map you have displayed for the “Travel with Simple Global” is outdated! You have Sudan as one entity, but South Sudan became a country in 2011. North Macedonia is also not demarcated correctly, as it shows it as part of Serbia. Please update the map.
My phone, wife's phone, neighbor's phone, messages don't go through, calls don't come through. But, only in this neighborhood. Everywhere else, all the phones work normally. T-Mobile says that it isn't happening and refuses to discuss the issue. Where do I go or who do I talk to for help?
so t mobile getting me another a71 5g but I had pay 20 dollars for it when clearly it's samsung or t mobile bull crap phone or service to see if it still does same crap don't understand that had phone little over month n half in the whole time I'm trying there ideas from tmobile support but still jacked up plus was lied to but sales rep the reason your so slow with metro is cause we put tmobile customers first well that's a bunch of crap cause still slow if not slower with wonderfully 5g so has anybody received another phone of the same kind and has it fixed your problem just wandering cause probably going take my old phone which was a 51 to cricket tomorrow which is just lte in sign it up to compare I'd bet its faster it's down right disrespectful to lie about anything especially when your taking are hard earned money which probably don't have anyways after the breach that just read about never heard a word about it no text or anything thank you t mobile community for u guys spreading
Today it’s hot here, in the high 90’s and we don’t have air conditioning. And my net speed is slow, less than 10 Mb, sometimes less than 1. Anyone know whether high temps of the hotspot, or maybe also the tower could cause the low speeds?Also, would turning off the wifi of the hotspot help the speed (by lessening interference)? I could just use my tp-link router for wifi? I know the wifi is 2.5 and 5 GHz, whereas the cell signal is less than 2 GHZ, but still, just wondering if anyone knows. Update - my network speed is very slow, even on my phone, about 1.3 MB. So it’s not the Nokia gateway. Guess it’s T-Mobiles network. (or the tower I’m pointing at)
i wan to use video live streaming on many of my data on internet ..but the problem is when i want to use in on mobile in outskirts of London network service wont allow me ....and the hotspot issues are very common..cant load or upload videos through mobile...
I no longer have usable voice service in downtown Harrisburg. After many years of good voice and data service downtown, I can no longer use my t-mobile cell phone for voice calls. This is not just in an office building, but outside as well. The calls connect, I show three bars but the voice on the other end will be garbled with long periods of dead air. This has been going on for a couple months now. Anyone else experiencing the same?
Hello,I am currently setting up a VoIP server for a small business. We already have a working system that is currently costing us a arm and a leg. We are willing to setup a PBX server in our office but the issue with that kind of system is that if there is not Ethernet or power the system will not work so we want a backup in the from of sim-cards that our workers automatically switch to in case their phone cannot access the PBX server.
Since moving to the Northwest side of Grand Rapids Mi, my upload speeds range from 1-3 Mbps and upload speeds are 0.1-1.4 Mbps. The phone is basically useless. It was hard to even do anything on this forum. Forget video calls and streaming. Speeds were on south of GR (Cutlerville) when I signed the 2 year contract that included a phone. (March 2021) How can I cancel my contract and return the phone without penalty so I can switch to a better company?
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