T-Mobile was among the carriers in Europe that signed an open letter expressing concern about the impact of Private Relay. The carriers wrote that the feature cuts off networks and servers from accessing “vital network data and metadata and could impact “operator’s ability to efficiently manage telecommunication networks.”
In the UK, carriers including T-Mobile, EE, and others have already started blocking Private Relay usage when connected to cellular data. 9to5Mac has also now confirmed that T-Mobile is extending this policy to the United States.
Why the US needs Net Neutrality back part 235676979…T-Mobile starts blocking iPhone users in the US who use the iCloud Private Relay feature just to please their parent company Deutsche Telekom (which is among other European carriers already blocking it):