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Screen Time: How Much Is Too Much?

Screens are an increasing fact of family life — the average age kids get their first mobile phone is now 10.3 years — but all of us need to power-down from time to time. Here’s how to keep digital insanity at bay for a healthier, happier family life.
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With the launch last year of Apple’s Screen Time feature, many of us learned that our current screen time habits are rather eye-opening, to say the least. What’s more? They’ve gone up over the years and are showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

20 for ’20: Best of the Decade — And the Best of What’s to Come!

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This marks the sixth year that I’ve posted an end of the year blog. It’s always fun to take a look back at some of the biggest moments of the year and then gaze into my magenta crystal ball and make predictions about all sorts of things — mostly how T-Mobile will shake up wireless but also some predictions that even go beyond wireless. Want a walk down memory lane? Check out my past blogs (

Building a Healthier Workplace with Lessons from America’s Veterans

By Mike Katz, Executive Vice President of T-Mobile for Business
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This month has been an incredible one for T-Mobile and our community of military-veteran employees. Not only did we send 120 employees to march in the New York City Veterans Day parade and host an inspirational talk by Vernice “Flygirl” Armour, America’s first African American fighter pilot at our headquarters, but all week long our halls were bustling with stories and conversations about veterans in the workplace.

Another Way to #BeYou: T-Mobile Brings Gender Pronouns to Retail Stores

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At T-Mobile, #BeYou has become an employee mantra — so much so that it’s displayed on magenta-painted walls in company hallways around the country. But it’s more than just a catchphrase. It’s representative of the company’s longstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion that is truly part of its DNA.

Changemaking Trends From 400+ Young People Across the US

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Today we revealed our top 30 entries in the 2019 T-Mobile Changemaker Challenge. Over the past three months, hundreds of changemakers ages 13–23 have told us about their ideas and initiatives to make a difference in their communities.

T-Mobile Selects 30 Teams of Visionary Youth From Across the Country As 2019 Changemaker Challenge Winners

Top 30 winners — selected from hundreds of entries — receive seed-funding and a visit to T-Mobile HQ to bring their big ideas to life, and three best-of-best Category Winners will pitch T-Mobile leaders for a chance to earn up to $10,000
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BELLEVUE, Wash., December 5, 2019 /3BL Media/ – T-Mobile and the T-Mobile Foundation today announced the winners of the 2019 T-Mobile Changemaker Challenge, the Un-carrier’s nationwide contest that is mobilizing the next generation of young visionaries. For the second consecutive year, T-Mobile, the T-Mobile Foundation, and Ashoka, the world’s largest network of social entrepreneurs, put out a call to youth aged 13 to 23 from the U.S., asking them to submit BIG ideas aimed at changing their communities for good.

T-Mobile to Deliver up to 5M Meals for Giving Tuesday by Inviting Everyone to Do Their #GivingOnUs

On December 3, the Un-Carrier activates a giving campaign that will mobilize customers, employees and fans to help the 37 million American families facing hunger this holiday season
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What’s the news: This Giving Tuesday, December 3, T-Mobile is rallying customers, employees and fans to help donate up to 5 million meals* to people in need through a partnership with Feeding America®, the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization. And because T-Mobile employees love to give back to the communities they serve every day, the Un-Carrier is planning 100 employee volunteer events with Feeding America member food banks across the country through the end of the year.

Why it matters: More than 37 million Americans face hunger at home. By donating financial resources and employee volunteer hours — and by activating fans and followers to do their #GivingOnUs — the Un-carrier is stepping up to make a BIG impact at a time when people need it most. 

Who it’s for: Anyone who wants to help T-Mobile feed hungry families this holiday season, and anyone interested in how companies are spreading the love this holiday season.

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What’s the news: This Giving Tuesday, December 3, T-Mobile is rallying customers, employees and fans to help donate up to 5 million meals* to people in need through a partnership with Feeding America®, the nation’s largest hunger-relief organization. And because T-Mobile employees love to give back to the communities they serve every day, the Un-Carrier is planning 100 employee volunteer events with Feeding America member food banks across the country through the end of the year.

Why it matters: More than 37 million Americans face hunger at home. By donating financial resources and employee volunteer hours — and by activating fans and followers to do their #GivingOnUs — the Un-carrier is stepping up to make a BIG impact at a time when people need it most. 

Who it’s for: Anyone who wants to help T-Mobile feed hungry families this holiday season, and anyone interested in how companies are spreading the love this holiday season.

Educators: It’s Time to Close the “Homework Gap”

The digital divide has left millions of students in this country at a great disadvantage. Project 10Million aims to fix that.
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While seven in ten teachers in the U.S. assign online homework to students, roughly 15 percent of the 35 million households in America with children don’t have internet access at home. This aspect of the digital divide in this country has created the “homework gap,” with studies showing that students without home internet access have a consistent pattern of lower scores in reading, math and science.

Chicago Police Chief: Mobile Service “Critical” for First Responders

“First responders use mobile devices every day for mission-critical functions.”
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In life-and-death situations, first-responders are more reliant on their mobile devices and networks than ever before.

“Mobile devices and network services provide critical situational awareness and interactive communications capabilities to first responders,” says Jonathan H. Lewin, Chief of the Chicago Police Department’s Bureau of Technical Services, who’s combined technology with policework to see a 21% reduction in violent crime citywide over the last decade.

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