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Welcome In! T-Mobile Is First in Wireless To Greet Customers and Employees at Stores and Buildings With Well Health-Safety Seal

The Un‑carrier puts people first, meeting rigorous standards established by International WELL Building Institute and 600+ public health experts to earn WELL Health‑Safety Rating at thousands of locations
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BELLEVUE, Wash., July 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ - T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) is the first wireless provider to earn the WELL Health-Safety seal, which is based on a new global rating for ensuring spaces and places adhere to science-backed standards that put health and safety first.

Laverne Cox: “When We Understand the Story, We Can Begin to Write a Different Ending”

The award‑winning actress, producer and equal rights advocate joined T‑Mobile’s latest Talking with Trailblazers event in celebration of Pride month to discuss the realities of the current transgender experience.
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“One of my favorite Brené Brown quotes is, ‘When we deny our stories, those stories define us. But when we can own our stories, we can write a brave new ending.’”

Equity In Action: The Un-carrier Approach to DE&I

By Holli Martinez, Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at T-Mobile
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Just over a year ago, the newly-merged T-Mobile set in motion our strategy to become a bigger — and better — company. As we drive the Un-carrier spirit forward, putting people first remains at our core. More than ever, customers, employees, and shareholders engage with and invest in brands that genuinely and authentically live their values – those that reflect and invest in their communities.

Employee Spotlight: Why This Customer Care All-Star and Artist Is “Proud to Be”

In honor of Pride Month, we highlight Customer Resolution Expert Joe Richards and his community photo project “Proud to Be,” which T‑Mobile has adopted companywide this year. Joe curates experiences as an art form. His masterpiece? Inclusion.
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By Marissa Mancini and Shawna Ryan

Joe Richards is many things — but first, he was a kindergartener.

“I think most people know the kind of field trip — all the little kindergartners take their lunches and coats and pile into a bus together and head to a museum,” he remembers.

“At the end of ours, they asked all the kids to present what they wanted to be when they grew up. I knew I wanted to be an artist, but my strongest memory from that moment is listening to everyone else’s answers and wanting to understand the ‘why’ behind them.”

Powering the Future of Pride: T-Mobile Invests in Educational Equity for LGBTQ+ Youth

The Un‑carrier announced it will give a combined $1.25 million to Human Rights Campaign Foundation and GLSEN initiatives
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What’s the news: To celebrate Pride this year, T-Mobile is furthering its longstanding support of organizations that serve LGBTQ+ youth with a $1 million donation to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s new financial and digital literacy initiatives and a $250,000 donation to GLSEN’s efforts to make schools safer and more inclusive.

Why it matters: These initiatives will have critical — and potentially lifechanging — impacts. They provide educational resources to help LGBTQ+ youth who are 120% more likely than cisgender or heterosexual youth to experience homelessness, unstable housing or live in foster care and, as a result, are at higher risk of dropping out of school, facing unemployment and suffering from poverty later in life. They will also support inclusive school programming that connects with the over half of LGBTQ+ students who feel unsafe in school because of their sexual orientation or gender expression.

Who it’s for: LGBTQ+ youth who are shaping the future of their — and all of our — communities.

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What’s the news: To celebrate Pride this year, T-Mobile is furthering its longstanding support of organizations that serve LGBTQ+ youth with a $1 million donation to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s new financial and digital literacy initiatives and a $250,000 donation to GLSEN’s efforts to make schools safer and more inclusive.

Why it matters: These initiatives will have critical — and potentially lifechanging — impacts. They provide educational resources to help LGBTQ+ youth who are 120% more likely than cisgender or heterosexual youth to experience homelessness, unstable housing or live in foster care and, as a result, are at higher risk of dropping out of school, facing unemployment and suffering from poverty later in life. They will also support inclusive school programming that connects with the over half of LGBTQ+ students who feel unsafe in school because of their sexual orientation or gender expression.

Who it’s for: LGBTQ+ youth who are shaping the future of their — and all of our — communities.

Employee Spotlight: “AAPI Heritage Month Is Important To Me Because I Believe Representation Matters”

By Jason Adams
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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI) in May, we asked Communications & Community Engagement senior specialist Melissa Jividan to tell us why her personal experience of being an Asian American at T‑Mobile is one of the many reasons she loves promoting the brand on the company’s Careers social channels.

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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI) in May, we asked Communications & Community Engagement senior specialist Melissa Jividan to tell us why her personal experience of being an Asian American at T‑Mobile is one of the many reasons she loves promoting the brand on the company’s Careers social channels.

T-Mobile Stands Ready to Keep Customers Connected During the 2021 Hurricane Season

As forecasters predict another busy storm season on the heels of record‑breaking hurricane activity in 2020, the Un‑carrier is equipped with more disaster‑response resources than ever.
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Hurricane season officially runs from June 1 through November 30, but the Un-carrier prepares year-round to ensure we are ready to help customers, first responders and local authorities stay connected when it matters most. Last year's 30 named storms were the most-ever on record, and forecasters have already predicted above-average storm activity again this year. T-Mobile takes a rock-solid approach to preparation and response, hoping for the best but planning for the worst.

Mobile Mindfulness: The Future of Mental Health

By Shawna Ryan
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This Mental Health Awareness Month, we continue to investigate how our relationship with our devices has changed since the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic, from setting boundaries in a mobile‑first world to breaking down barriers to mental health access. Through discussions with health experts and a T‑Mobile employee using the company’s digital well‑being benefits, we take a closer look at how the evolution of mental health tools are providing more viable options for so many people in need.

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This Mental Health Awareness Month, we continue to investigate how our relationship with our devices has changed since the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic, from setting boundaries in a mobile‑first world to breaking down barriers to mental health access. Through discussions with health experts and a T‑Mobile employee using the company’s digital well‑being benefits, we take a closer look at how the evolution of mental health tools are providing more viable options for so many people in need.

Let Us Bring It To You. T-Mobile, Healium and Honor Flight Network Virtually Transport Veterans to D.C. Memorials with the Power of 5G

No need to leave home. Veterans living in rural America can experience the sights and sounds of the Washington D.C. war memorials with VR applications powered by T‑Mobile 5G.
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BELLEVUE, Wash., May 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ — It’s Military Appreciation Month, and we honor those who have served our country. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) today announced it is teaming up with Healium to bring a virtual Honor Flight experience to veterans living in small towns across the country, transporting them with the power of Virtual Reality (VR) and 5G to visit the Washington D.C. war memorials from the comfort of their own homes.

Daniel Dae Kim: “Pressure Makes Diamonds, and Our Community Has Been Under Pressure”

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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the actor, producer and activist joined T‑Mobile’s EVP of Advanced & Emerging Technologies John Saw as part of the company’s Talking with Trailblazers employee guest‑speaker series to address the rise of Asian hate in America, and how history can help lead a path forward to a better and more equitable place for all.

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In recognition of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the actor, producer and activist joined T‑Mobile’s EVP of Advanced & Emerging Technologies John Saw as part of the company’s Talking with Trailblazers employee guest‑speaker series to address the rise of Asian hate in America, and how history can help lead a path forward to a better and more equitable place for all.

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