• T-Mobile announces "Caller Verified" to warn subscribers about possible scam calls

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    T-Mobile today announced the launch of its new Caller Verified technology, designed to prevent the carrier's customers from scammers and spammers. The first phone to carry this feature is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, thanks to a recent software update. The Caller Verified technology will be added to other T-Mobile smartphones over the course of this year.
    So if you're a T-Mobile subscriber and own the Galaxy Note 9, you might see the words "Caller Verified" on the incoming call screen. This means that T-Mobile has verified the authenticity of the call, and that it ...
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  • T-Mobile Launches 'Caller Verified' Tool to Protect Subscribers From Scammers

    T-Mobile Launches 'Caller Verified' Tool to Protect Subscribers From Scammers

    2 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    T-Mobile today launched a new "Caller Verified" feature that's designed to offer its customers more protection from scammers and spammers who spoof legitimate phone calls to attempt to fool smartphone owners.
    Caller Verified uses the STIR and SHAKEN standards that are in place to combat illegal caller ID spoofing.
    Right now, T-Mobile's implementation of Caller Verified is limited. It's only available on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and it is limited to the T-Mobile network.
    On the Note 9, calls on the T-Mobile network will be "Caller Verified," with customers able to see that labeling to be...
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