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T-Mobile Stands Strong with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as Telehealth Visits Surge 800%

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What's the news

With nearly 20,000 VA telehealth visits a day — an 800% surge from before the COVID-19 crisis began — T-Mobile is helping to keep more veterans connected to their doctors than ever before.

Why it matters

With stay-home orders in place and doctors reducing in-person appointments, telehealth provides a great alternative. And, for the millions of veterans who live in rural America and drive an average of 25-50 miles to healthcare, this important service lets them work their shift and see their doctor from the safety of their own home, without having to travel or miss work.

Who it's for

The more than nine million veterans served by the VA.

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What's the news

With nearly 20,000 VA telehealth visits a day — an 800% surge from before the COVID-19 crisis began — T-Mobile is helping to keep more veterans connected to their doctors than ever before.

Why it matters

With stay-home orders in place and doctors reducing in-person appointments, telehealth provides a great alternative. And, for the millions of veterans who live in rural America and drive an average of 25-50 miles to healthcare, this important service lets them work their shift and see their doctor from the safety of their own home, without having to travel or miss work.

Who it's for

The more than nine million veterans served by the VA.

T-Mobile Launches ‘Connecting Heroes’ – Free 5G for First Responder Agencies is Here

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What's the news

T-Mobile is launching Connecting Heroes, part of the new T-Mobile’s first Un-carrier Move: #5GforGood. And T-Mobile’s giving everyone a new iPhone SE on us or half off a flagship superphone from another top brand with eligible trade-in. Plus, the country’s biggest 5G network is getting even bigger and better, with service now live in San Francisco, Sacramento, Tampa and Orlando.

Why it matters

First responder agencies face impossible trade-offs between buying life-saving equipment including PPE or funding important wireless communication. T-Mobile is helping solve that problem with Connecting Heroes, a 10-year commitment, bringing up to $7.7 billion back to first responder agencies.

Who it's for

State and local first responders who risk it all to protect us. And all essential workers … and everyone who’s had to change the way they work and live in these unprecedented times.

Press Release

What's the news

T-Mobile is launching Connecting Heroes, part of the new T-Mobile’s first Un-carrier Move: #5GforGood. And T-Mobile’s giving everyone a new iPhone SE on us or half off a flagship superphone from another top brand with eligible trade-in. Plus, the country’s biggest 5G network is getting even bigger and better, with service now live in San Francisco, Sacramento, Tampa and Orlando.

Why it matters

First responder agencies face impossible trade-offs between buying life-saving equipment including PPE or funding important wireless communication. T-Mobile is helping solve that problem with Connecting Heroes, a 10-year commitment, bringing up to $7.7 billion back to first responder agencies.

Who it's for

State and local first responders who risk it all to protect us. And all essential workers … and everyone who’s had to change the way they work and live in these unprecedented times.

T-Mobile Gives Graduates a Ceremonious Send-Off With TikTok #TossYourCap Challenge for Charity

The Un-carrier will donate up to $200K to Jobs for America’s Graduates, with $5 for every TikTok using #TossYourCap
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What's the news

To support the class of 2020, the Un-carrier will unite graduates and some well-known faces for an epic TikTok cap tossing challenge, all in the name of a great cause. For every video using #TossYourCap, T-Mobile will donate $5 — up to $200,000 — to Jobs for America’s Graduates, a non-profit dedicated to helping youth reach economic and academic success. 

Why it matters

The class of 2020 may not get to gather together physically to toss their caps, but T-Mobile is stepping up to bring this important tradition online — now, graduates can still be celebrated, all for a great cause! 

Who it's for

The driven, resilient graduating class of 2020 and everyone who wants to give them an incredible commencement moment unlike any other.

Press Release

What's the news

To support the class of 2020, the Un-carrier will unite graduates and some well-known faces for an epic TikTok cap tossing challenge, all in the name of a great cause. For every video using #TossYourCap, T-Mobile will donate $5 — up to $200,000 — to Jobs for America’s Graduates, a non-profit dedicated to helping youth reach economic and academic success. 

Why it matters

The class of 2020 may not get to gather together physically to toss their caps, but T-Mobile is stepping up to bring this important tradition online — now, graduates can still be celebrated, all for a great cause! 

Who it's for

The driven, resilient graduating class of 2020 and everyone who wants to give them an incredible commencement moment unlike any other.

T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert’s Commencement Speech for 2020 Virtual Graduates: “Follow Your Passions!”

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This week, T-Mobile began its celebration of this year’s graduates by launching the #TossYourCap Challenge on TikTok with Grammy Award-winning artist 

Expert Advice on Achieving Mobile Mindfulness in the COVID-19 Era

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While it’s the essential tool that keeps you connected to the world right now, your phone use is not worth losing your mind over. Here are some pro tips from mental health pros on how to create good habits when it comes to using (or not using) our devices.

T-Mobile Donating Nearly 40,000 Phone Chargers to Hospitals Nationwide in Latest COVID-19 Relief Effort

Mobile phones are a lifeline for many isolated patients battling COVID-19 in our nation’s hospitals. Now, T-Mobile is teaming up with iHeartMedia to help keep them connected.
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BELLEVUE, Wash., May 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ — All across the country, COVID-19 patients are isolated in hospitals for treatment. Since the beginning of the pandemic, hospitals across the country have treated tens of thousands of people. And sometimes, those people came unprepared for a lengthy stay, so they don’t have the essentials … like a phone charger. And a phone charger has never been more essential.

T-Mobile Donates Half a Million Medical Masks and Invites Customers and Employees to Join in Thanking COVID-19 Heroes for #GivingTuesdayNow

On May 5, the Un-carrier joins a global effort to give back to those on the front lines – partnering with the CDC Foundation to donate 500,000 face masks and giving customers and employees several ways to thank frontline workers
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What’s the news: T-Mobile is mobilizing to support #GivingTuesdayNow, a new global day of giving focused on recognizing and supporting workers on the frontlines of COVID-19. Starting Tuesday, May 5, T-Mobile will:

  • Donate 500,000 medical face masks to the CDC Foundation
  • Help provide childcare options for frontline worker families by giving $5 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s COVID-19 Relief Fund for every eligible accessory purchased on T-Mobile.com, up to $100,000
  • Offering customers the opportunity to send a thank you to frontline workers through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on Giving Tuesday
  • LIGHTing IT BLUE – and encouraging everyone to join the movement

Why it matters: COVID-19 has touched everyone, but those working the frontlines are being hit especially hard. T-Mobile and its passionate customers, fans and employees are stepping up to bring supplies, resources and a huge, collective THANK YOU to those brave individuals who are taking big risks every day to serve us all.

Who it’s for:  Anyone who wants to make a real difference during these trying times — whether that’s through a donation (on behalf of T-Mobile) or a personal message of gratitude!

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What’s the news: T-Mobile is mobilizing to support #GivingTuesdayNow, a new global day of giving focused on recognizing and supporting workers on the frontlines of COVID-19. Starting Tuesday, May 5, T-Mobile will:

  • Donate 500,000 medical face masks to the CDC Foundation
  • Help provide childcare options for frontline worker families by giving $5 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s COVID-19 Relief Fund for every eligible accessory purchased on T-Mobile.com, up to $100,000
  • Offering customers the opportunity to send a thank you to frontline workers through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app on Giving Tuesday
  • LIGHTing IT BLUE – and encouraging everyone to join the movement

Why it matters: COVID-19 has touched everyone, but those working the frontlines are being hit especially hard. T-Mobile and its passionate customers, fans and employees are stepping up to bring supplies, resources and a huge, collective THANK YOU to those brave individuals who are taking big risks every day to serve us all.

Who it’s for:  Anyone who wants to make a real difference during these trying times — whether that’s through a donation (on behalf of T-Mobile) or a personal message of gratitude!

How The 5G Era Could Help Build A More Sustainable Future

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“With the emerging 5G network and the Internet of Things, it is possible to deploy technology in ways that protect the environment and promote long-term sustainability,” stated a Brookings Institute report in 2016.

T-Mobile Adds More Green Energy to the Grid, Taking Another Step Toward Its Industry-Leading Environmental Commitments

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When it comes to green energy use, T-Mobile has led the wireless industry since January 2018. That year, the Un-carrier became the first major U.S. telecom to sign the RE100 commitment to power its entire business with 100% renewable energy and challenged its competitors to make the same commitment to clean up wireless for good (news flash: they haven’t).

Rising to the Coronavirus Challenge — How the New T-Mobile is Working Hard to Help Bridge the Gap Between Students and Teachers

By Mike Katz
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T-Mobile and Sprint have helped get connectivity solutions in place for over 500,000 students across more than 820 schools and school districts nationwide in the last month alone.

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T-Mobile and Sprint have helped get connectivity solutions in place for over 500,000 students across more than 820 schools and school districts nationwide in the last month alone.

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