T-Mobile is offering a new fee-based caller ID service to its customers. It’s called “Name ID”. You can see see who is calling, even if the caller is not in your address book. The service costs $4 per month, with a free 10-day trial on selected . Basically the name, number & city from which they are calling is shown for $4 per month. “Before Name ID for , deciding whether or not to answer an unfamiliar call often left customers guessing,” senior vice president of T-Mobile USA Brad Duea said in a statement. “Now Name ID allows T-Mobile customers to more easily determine which calls to answer.” Caller ID has been available on landline for many years. T-Mobile will be the first of the four major carriers to have it but is expected to be joined by others.
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