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T-Mobile will share more of your data with advertisers — here’s how to opt out

T-Mobile customers are going to see their privacy policies change in a big way next month, especially if they’re former Sprint customers who’ve been folded into the merged wireless carrier. Users will be enrolled by default unless they actively opt out.

Beginning April 26, a new data-collection program begins that “uses some data we have about you, including information we learn from your web and device usage data (like the apps installed on your device) and interactions with our products and services,” according to a T-Mobile privacy notice posted online last month.

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