You know what feels better than hanging up on a robocall? Never getting the call in the first place.
Starting April 5, T-Mobile ONE customers will have the opportunity to enable a new feature that the company claims can prevent spam calls before they ever reach a phone.
It’s a one-two punch called Scam Block and Scam ID, which T-Mobile claims will eventually be available to everyone on its network. Here’s how it works on the consumer end: If enabled, Scam ID will alert customers that an incoming call is likely some sort of scam. The person can either then choose to answer the phone or decline the call. If Scam Block is turned on, the call will never even go through to the customer’s phone. Read more…
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