NASDAQ:TMUS

Little League® Baseball and Softball Gets Big Love from T‑Mobile This MLB Postseason … $1M+ Big!

Summary: 
  • What's the news:  The Un-carrier is donating $5,000 per home run hit during the MLB Postseason to the T-Mobile Little League Call Up Grant Program to help cover registration fees next season for families in need. And, when fans text “LittleLeague” to 313131, T-Mobile will donate another $1 per text to their local Little League, up to an additional $1 million.
  • Why it matters: It’s been a trying year … families and Little Leagues across the country are experiencing financial challenges as a result.
  • Who it's for: The future MLB All-Stars and everyone who supports ‘em. 
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  • What's the news:  The Un-carrier is donating $5,000 per home run hit during the MLB Postseason to the T-Mobile Little League Call Up Grant Program to help cover registration fees next season for families in need. And, when fans text “LittleLeague” to 313131, T-Mobile will donate another $1 per text to their local Little League, up to an additional $1 million.
  • Why it matters: It’s been a trying year … families and Little Leagues across the country are experiencing financial challenges as a result.
  • Who it's for: The future MLB All-Stars and everyone who supports ‘em. 

Trailblazer Takeaways: 'Just Mercy' Author Bryan Stevenson on Achieving Equal Justice

The founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative joined T-Mobile for its Talking with Trailblazers guest-speaker series
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By Jade Childs

Meet the Civil Rights Leaders Joining T‑Mobile’s External Diversity and Inclusion Council

As part of a groundbreaking agreement signed last year, T-Mobile created an external council of leaders representing diverse groups to advise the company.
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Today, T-Mobile unveiled the members of its External Diversity and Inclusion Council. The group was created as part of T-Mobile’s groundbreaking multi-year, $25 million civil rights memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed last year with six diversity and civil rights organizations. The council includes a representative from each of the organizations that co-signed the MOU and others from outside T-Mobile who are leaders in their respective communities.

T‑Mobile Teams Rally to Give School Supplies to Teachers

On September 21, the Brand Social Team was able to #ClearTheList for one hundred teachers in need.
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By Shawna Ryan

Most teachers in America spend their own money prepping classrooms with learning materials for the school year ahead. But on Monday, September 21, one hundred teachers were delighted to find their Amazon Wish List items ordered and on their way thanks to T-Mobile and its participation in ClearTheList, a foundation and social movement focused on providing schools with tools for success.

Gold Medalist Aly Raisman on Courage and Self‑Compassion

The World Champion Gymnast and Wellness Advocate spoke at T-Mobile’s Women’s Summit about mental health and tips for succeeding under pressure.
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By Shawna Ryan

T‑Mobile Kicks‑Off 5G Research Challenge with University of Kansas to Transform the Future of Nursing

Summary: 

What’s the news: T-Mobile and students at the University of Kansas are teaming up this fall to research and develop 5G solutions that can revolutionize the future of nursing.

Why it matters: With the move to virtual education, creative new approaches using advanced technology to train healthcare workers and nursing students is needed now more than ever.

Who it’s for:  Anyone that relies on nurses for their health and well-being – so basically everyone.

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What’s the news: T-Mobile and students at the University of Kansas are teaming up this fall to research and develop 5G solutions that can revolutionize the future of nursing.

Why it matters: With the move to virtual education, creative new approaches using advanced technology to train healthcare workers and nursing students is needed now more than ever.

Who it’s for:  Anyone that relies on nurses for their health and well-being – so basically everyone.

More Insights, More Innovations, More 'Taking Care of Business'

By Mike Katz, Executive Vice President of T-Mobile for Business
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At T-Mobile, listening to customers is the single most important thing we do. As the leader of T-Mobile for Business, I have the honor of speaking to businesses of all sizes and spanning all types of industries. Through these conversations, I’ve learned about their pain points and how they’ve disrupted their industries to overcome them. This has offered me some incredible insights and learnings that I want to share with fellow business leaders who are fighting for survival against incredible odds.

Washington and Oregon Wildfires: Information for T‑Mobile and Metro by T‑Mobile customers

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As wildfires burn in Southern WA and in Eastern Oregon, our thoughts are with the thousands of people who have been affected. T-Mobile is keeping a close eye on the situation, including any impacts on our network, customers, and employees. At this stage, our network is holding up well in both states and we have hundreds of generators deployed throughout the affected area in the event local power grids are affected.

If you are in an area that could potentially be impacted, please monitor and follow any evacuation orders that may be issued by local authorities.

T‑Mobile Launches Project 10Million, Historic $10.7B Initiative Aimed at Closing the Homework Gap and Connecting Students to Opportunity – for Free

The Un-carrier also announces nationwide program will expand to address new remote learning needs created by COVID-19 pandemic.
Summary: 

What’s the news: Today T-Mobile is officially launching Project 10Million, an unprecedented $10.7B initiative aimed at delivering internet connectivity to millions of underserved student households at no cost to them. Partnering with school districts across the country, the program offers free wireless hotspots, free high-speed data and access to laptops and tablets, at-cost. And as the COVID-19 pandemic makes remote learning the new norm for millions of students across the U.S., the Un-carrier is expanding Project 10Million to offer more data options, including unlimited, for school districts to pass on to eligible student households at no cost to them.

Why it matters: Even before the pandemic, more than 9 million of America’s 56 million school-age kids did not have access to reliable internet and could not complete after-school assignments. This critical homework gap has tremendous short- and long-term impacts: lower test scores, lower grades and limited opportunities after graduation. Now, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented 50 million students are learning remotely. Those without reliable internet connectivity will face an even bigger schoolwork gap as they are unable to participate in any type of online classroom learning.

Who it’s for: Unconnected students trying to keep up in school, parents who watch their kids struggle because they can’t afford internet access, and the teachers who are tackling the everyday challenge of teaching kids who can’t get connected at home.

Press Release

What’s the news: Today T-Mobile is officially launching Project 10Million, an unprecedented $10.7B initiative aimed at delivering internet connectivity to millions of underserved student households at no cost to them. Partnering with school districts across the country, the program offers free wireless hotspots, free high-speed data and access to laptops and tablets, at-cost. And as the COVID-19 pandemic makes remote learning the new norm for millions of students across the U.S., the Un-carrier is expanding Project 10Million to offer more data options, including unlimited, for school districts to pass on to eligible student households at no cost to them.

Why it matters: Even before the pandemic, more than 9 million of America’s 56 million school-age kids did not have access to reliable internet and could not complete after-school assignments. This critical homework gap has tremendous short- and long-term impacts: lower test scores, lower grades and limited opportunities after graduation. Now, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented 50 million students are learning remotely. Those without reliable internet connectivity will face an even bigger schoolwork gap as they are unable to participate in any type of online classroom learning.

Who it’s for: Unconnected students trying to keep up in school, parents who watch their kids struggle because they can’t afford internet access, and the teachers who are tackling the everyday challenge of teaching kids who can’t get connected at home.

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