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By Fyodor M. Dostoevsky; Constance Garnett (Translator)
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For the first time, a carrier is selling expensive phones and tablets with zero-percent interest to customers with terrible credit.
Hacking into cellphones, or staging a hostile takeover, doesn’t require a lot of fancy tricks or even that many steps, according to two experts who sounded the alarm Wednesday at a security conference in Las Vegas.
Illustration based on images from T-Mobile and Apple.
Not so long ago, T-Mobile was suicidal. Now it wants to be the first pro-consumer cellular network.
Original photo courtesy Apple
Not minding his corporate manners, the CEO of the nation’s fourth-largest carrier announced that his company plans to take much better care of its customers than any of its rivals.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2015
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