T-Mobile Data Breach Investigation
Lowey Dannenberg is investigating claims for violations of the common law and state consumer protection statutes by T-Mobile US, Inc. and T-Mobile USA, Inc. (“T-Mobile”), as a result of a data breach involving sensitive customer account data affecting approximately 37 million accounts.
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What Happened and What Information Was Involved:
T-Mobile is the second largest wireless carrier in the United States, with over 100 million current subscribers.
T-Mobile recently announced that on January 5, 2023, T-Mobile identified that a “bad actor” had obtained data through T-Mobile’s single Application Programming Interface (“API”) without authorization. T-Mobile’s investigation indicated the “bad actor” obtained data from this API for approximately 37 million current postpaid and prepaid customer accounts. According to T-Mobile, the impacted API provided customer account data, including:
- Billing address,
- Phone number,
- Date of birth,
- T-Mobile account number, and
- Information such as the number of lines on the account and plan features.