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Thu Oct 1, 2015, 10:20 PM

3. to those affected - may want to wait until tomorrow - CEO may have alternative



http://finance.yahoo.com/news/t-mobile-says-data-breach-experian-unit-may-003730590--finance.html

The company offered two years of credit monitoring to all affected individuals. People, however, said that they did not want credit protection from a company that had been breached. T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere responded by promising to seek alternatives.

"I hear you," he said on Twitter. "I am moving as fast as possible to get an alternate option in place by tomorrow."


Experian's 2-year 'protection' option
http://www.protectmyid.com/default.aspx?sc=678628



* more info on the breach (according to the breach-ee) if you trust their version of events
http://www.experian.com/data-breach/t-mobilefacts.html

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