It's not just you, spam calls have become way more prevalent in recent years.
It's even estimated that almost half of US mobile phone calls in 2019 will be spam.
T-Mobile plans to help people fight spam by rolling out its caller verification technology.
On Thursday, T-Mobile announced it's launching a feature called Caller Verified, which is now available on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 through the latest software update.
T-Mobile says the feature is coming to more smartphones later this year.
With the new tool, incoming calls on the T-Mobile network will read "Call Verified" only when the company has confirmed that the call is "authentic and not intercepted by scammers."