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Watch out AirTags, T-Mobile has some competition up its sleeve!

Starting May 7th, T-Mobile postpaid customers will be able to purchase a new tracker device called the SyncUP Tracker.

The new device features both GPS and a cellular connection on the T-Mobile network. This means you can track anything you attach it to regardless of where it is in the entire country.

The device is $60 (or $2.50/mo for 24 months) plus $5/mo for the service.

“SyncUP TRACKER brings peace of mind to customer’s most prized possessions and valuables, which is why we’re putting the power of our network behind it. From families to cars to now things, T-Mobile’s network is connecting just about anything – because it has the power and reliability customers can depend on.”

Matt Staneff, Chief Marketing Officer of T-Mobile

T-Mobile goes on to say that the device provides “near real-time location tracking even when miles away” and has the ability to set “virtual boundaries” to get notified when the tracker leaves a specified geofenced area. The devices sports a 900 mAh battery, which T-Mobile says will last up to 7 days, and features an IP67 dust and water resistance rating.

You can find out more at the link here on the T-Mobile website and read the newsroom article here.

Do you plan to pick up a SyncUP Tracker when they become available? Let us know in the comments!

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