I'd like to field that one, Gladstone. You're exactly right. For years now, AT&T has had a stranglehold on iPhone consumers. Now those consumers will be offered a choice. Do they want to go with a company known for quality and customer service or do they want to give their money to a company that powers its 4G network on unicorn's blood?
That is an outright lie. I'm fairly certain that if you check our annual statements, you'll see that use of unicorn blood was almost completely eliminated from production by the second quarter of last year. But, see, that's the kind of misinformation consumers have come to expect from Verizon. And honestly, it's not Verizon's fault. It is just very difficult to deliver accurate public statements when 80% of your day is devoted to servicing sailor cock at the various docks and back alleys throughout this great nation of ours.
Whoa!!! Seriously, AT&T. Aside from being unprofessional, that just smacks of homophobia in a way that's completely unacceptable.
Please. I think you misunderstand. It is not the policy or practice of AT&T to be homophobic or discriminate against gays in any way. For clarity, I wasn't insinuating that the Verizon corporation was gay. I'm simply stating they spend a tremendous amount of time fellating men, for purely heterosexual financial gain.
I respect your gangsta, AT&T, but that's enough. So, Verizon, this question is for you. Does Verizon fear that its service will suffer if it suddenly gains a million new customers in a week?