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T-Mobile Selected as State of Texas Telecommunications Relay and Captioned Telephone Services Provider

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What’s the news: T-Mobile will provide telecommunications relay services in the state of Texas for people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind, Low-Vision or have a Speech Disability, building on a 30 year legacy of service provided by Sprint (now part of T-Mobile). Connect with Relay Texas by dialing 711.

Why it matters: The Un-carrier is committed to connecting everyone.

Who it’s for: Texans who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind, Low-Vision or have a Speech Disability — and those who love them.

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What’s the news: T-Mobile will provide telecommunications relay services in the state of Texas for people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind, Low-Vision or have a Speech Disability, building on a 30 year legacy of service provided by Sprint (now part of T-Mobile). Connect with Relay Texas by dialing 711.

Why it matters: The Un-carrier is committed to connecting everyone.

Who it’s for: Texans who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, DeafBlind, Low-Vision or have a Speech Disability — and those who love them.

A Holiday PSA: Pick Up the Phone

An old school solution to a New Normal problem
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It's the season of togetherness, but this year keeping friends and family safe means staying home. According to Travelocity’s 2020 Holiday Outlook survey, some 60 percent of Americans reported they wouldn’t be traveling this holiday season.

T‑Mobile’s Sustainability Efforts Make the Grade: Un‑carrier Lands on Prestigious CDP 2020 ‘A List’

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December 10, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Global environmental nonprofit CDP released its annual climate change ‘A List’ and T-Mobile was one of 270 pioneering companies — and the only U.S. wireless provider — to receive an ‘A’ grade for its leadership in environmental ambition, action and transparency.

Women and Working from Home: How To Prevent Downshifting

T-Mobile addresses the challenges women are facing in a COVID-19 remote world with a nationwide virtual panel discussion of employees.
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By Shawna Ryan, T-Mobile Stories

“We are seeing it in the chat, people saying ‘I’m drowning, I’m struggling, I’m overwhelmed.’ I’m sure we have all used that language in one way or another.”

From Gratitude to Generosity

With your help, T-Mobile can give back more than ever and feed 15 million hungry people in need.
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By Janice V. Kapner, Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer

Navigating Life as a New Military Spouse

As Veterans & Military Families Month comes to a close, a new T-Mobile employee shares her experience being married to the military, and how she found a support system inside the company.
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By Logan Mayo, T-Mobile Stories

Last year, I got married in a library three weeks after I got engaged. Before you think this was a choice to be eclectic and hip, let me explain.

My husband is an active-duty Special Operations soldier in the Army. Planning the big wedding we wanted around his shifting responsibilities of team training and permanent change of station (PCS) date was impossible. We tried again for this coming summer — hoped, really — but found out he would be deployed through the following fall.

Caring for Homeless Veterans With U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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At T-Mobile, we stand ready to serve those who serve us and are proud to support our veterans. Personally, I grew up admiring a veteran in my immediate family — my grandfather who served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Through our deep friendship and connection, I grew an appreciation and awe for veterans and their service to our country.

T-Mobile Makes 988 Emergency Lifeline's Critical Mental Health Support Services Immediately Available to Customers

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What’s the news: Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, stressful holiday season and National Veterans and Military Families Month, T-Mobile announced that it is the first major wireless provider to make the 988 emergency lifeline immediately available to its customers. Starting today, customers who dial 988 on the T-Mobile network will have free access to approximately 180 crisis centers that offer real-time, lifesaving mental health services from professionally trained counselors.

Why it matters: Suicide is a national health crisis that leads to one death every 11 minutes. An average of 17.6 of America’s military veterans die by suicide each day and a larger number of people than ever are showing signs of clinical anxiety or depression amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The three-digit 988 dial-out makes it easier for Americans in crisis to access the help they need and experts believe it will decrease the stigma surrounding mental health issues longer term.

Who it’s for: Those who recognize that rapid access to suicide prevention and mental health counseling is critical, especially now.

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What’s the news: Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, stressful holiday season and National Veterans and Military Families Month, T-Mobile announced that it is the first major wireless provider to make the 988 emergency lifeline immediately available to its customers. Starting today, customers who dial 988 on the T-Mobile network will have free access to approximately 180 crisis centers that offer real-time, lifesaving mental health services from professionally trained counselors.

Why it matters: Suicide is a national health crisis that leads to one death every 11 minutes. An average of 17.6 of America’s military veterans die by suicide each day and a larger number of people than ever are showing signs of clinical anxiety or depression amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The three-digit 988 dial-out makes it easier for Americans in crisis to access the help they need and experts believe it will decrease the stigma surrounding mental health issues longer term.

Who it’s for: Those who recognize that rapid access to suicide prevention and mental health counseling is critical, especially now.

T‑Mobile Rolls Out Apprenticeship Program Offering Industry‑Leading Career Opportunities to Nevadans–and Beyond

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What’s the news: In coordination with Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford and his office, T-Mobile has launched its new Apprenticeship Program. The Un-carrier has hired its first 10 participants for roles on the Care team at its Las Vegas Customer Experience Center and virtually on the Technology team—and is already making plans to expand the program into more states and areas within the company.

Why it matters: T-Mobile’s Apprenticeship Program is creating amazing career opportunities for diverse talent to learn new skills through hands-on experiences. Participants earn while they learn, gain skills and experience that open up amazing career opportunities and get access to the Un-carrier’s world class benefits.

Who it’s for: Anyone with a passion to learn new skills and be a part of the Un-carrier’s workforce of the future.

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What’s the news: In coordination with Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford and his office, T-Mobile has launched its new Apprenticeship Program. The Un-carrier has hired its first 10 participants for roles on the Care team at its Las Vegas Customer Experience Center and virtually on the Technology team—and is already making plans to expand the program into more states and areas within the company.

Why it matters: T-Mobile’s Apprenticeship Program is creating amazing career opportunities for diverse talent to learn new skills through hands-on experiences. Participants earn while they learn, gain skills and experience that open up amazing career opportunities and get access to the Un-carrier’s world class benefits.

Who it’s for: Anyone with a passion to learn new skills and be a part of the Un-carrier’s workforce of the future.

T‑Mobile Kicks Off #CaptureKindness Campaign to Help Feeding America® Give 15 Million Meals and Take Back 2020 With a Magenta Wave of Positivity

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What’s the news: Starting on World Kindness Day (Nov.13) through Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1) and ending on Dec.4, 2020, T-Mobile is closing out this year by spreading the love and asking everyone to #CaptureKindness. Photos and stories posted on social media, along with customer clicks in the T-Mobile Tuesdays App on Giving Tuesday, will translate to the Un-carrier’s biggest contribution to Feeding America® ever — up to 15 million meals* delivered to families across the U.S.

Why it matters: Millions of Americans are facing food insecurity right now, particularly due to the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. T-Mobile wants to give back and do it while making others feel good — providing people a reason to smile and hopefully encouraging all of us to reconnect with our communities. Leave it up to the Supercharged Un-Carrier to help supercharge America’s kindness (with even more kindness!) through the #CaptureKindness campaign.

Who it’s for:  Anyone who needs a little positivity in their life right now (and who doesn’t!?!).

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What’s the news: Starting on World Kindness Day (Nov.13) through Giving Tuesday (Dec. 1) and ending on Dec.4, 2020, T-Mobile is closing out this year by spreading the love and asking everyone to #CaptureKindness. Photos and stories posted on social media, along with customer clicks in the T-Mobile Tuesdays App on Giving Tuesday, will translate to the Un-carrier’s biggest contribution to Feeding America® ever — up to 15 million meals* delivered to families across the U.S.

Why it matters: Millions of Americans are facing food insecurity right now, particularly due to the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. T-Mobile wants to give back and do it while making others feel good — providing people a reason to smile and hopefully encouraging all of us to reconnect with our communities. Leave it up to the Supercharged Un-Carrier to help supercharge America’s kindness (with even more kindness!) through the #CaptureKindness campaign.

Who it’s for:  Anyone who needs a little positivity in their life right now (and who doesn’t!?!).

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