T-Mobile’s SyncUP TRACKER uses LTE to track lost belongings

It’s a lot more efficient than a typical Bluetooth tracker

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T-Mobile is introducing its own mobile tracker in the form of the SyncUP TRACKER. With access to T-Mobile’s nationwide network, the SyncUp TRACKER is equipped with features that surpass the usual Bluetooth trackers including a wider search range.

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The SyncUP TRACKER can be attached to “just about anything that moves.” It then works with the accompanying mobile app to show the user the location of the object or person and to set up the profiles of each tracker. Users can also set virtual geofenced boundaries for each tracker and set up alerts for when the tracker goes out of the set range. And to help find missing items, users can use the app to ring the attached tracker to help find their missing item.

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There’s also an optional light sensor that has the ability to detect a change from light to dark or vice versa. This helps the tracker identify items that are being moved in or out of a bag, or even from the trunk of a car and into the house. All SyncUP TRACKERS are also IP67 water and dust resistant and have a battery life of up to 7 days.

Interested customers can pick up their SyncUP TRACKERS starting May 7th at any local T-Mobile store. It’s priced at $60 and can be availed at just $2.50 a month for 24 months.