T-Mobile has announced that it is bringing its Scam ID and Scam Block features to its MetroPCS customers.
These Scam ID and Scam Block features are designed to help you block and avoid scam calls on your mobile phone.
“Scam ID and Scam Block are perfect examples of what the T-Mobile and MetroPCS are all about—we give you more without asking more from you,” said Mike Sievert, Chief Operating Officer for T-Mobile. “These advanced protection technologies put our customers in control, and even better, they are totally free! It’s a good day to be a MetroPCS customer—and a bad day to be a scammer!”
Though the technology behind Scam ID and Scam Block is advanced, the experience couldn’t be simpler for customers. With Scam ID, when an incoming call is identified by the network as a possible scam, your phone displays a “Scam Likely” alert along with the phone number. You can then choose to accept or decline the call. And, if you prefer never to be bothered by likely scam calls, you can simply turn on Scam Block, and MetroPCS will terminate the call before it ever reaches you.
You can find out more details about Scam Block and Scam ID over at T-Mobile at the link below. These new features are coming to MetroPCS from today.