A customer considering switching carriers becomes the center of attention between T-Mobile and AT&T on Twitter. Only one carrier emerged victorious.
Students were at the show protesting the treatment of T-Mobile employees by the company and its firebrand CEO.
The comment comes as rumors suggest his subsidiary Sprint is eyeing a possible T-Mobile buyout.
The company is hosting a special performance in the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles on January 23.
By offering free data, company tempts Apple fans looking to pick up a new iPad Air or iPad Mini with Retina Display.
T-Mobile really wants you to break up with your current carrier. So much it's even going to help you write a breakup letter.
Carrier ends promotion offering T-Mobile customers up to $450 to switch wireless carriers.
AT&T says its tweet was meant to pay respects to those affected by the tragedy, but the presence of a smartphone in the image was seen as offensive.
Disruption to the carrier's network began around 6 p.m. PT but did not appear to affect all customers.
Carrier is urging stockholders to vote in favor of the proposed deal with T-Mobile, says Reuters.