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There's little more enjoyable than phone carriers carping in each other's directions.
The latest was a warning on Wednesday to T-Mobile customers. The message: Your service might not work on Thursdays.
It came, astonishingly, from Verizon's vice president of corporate communications, Jeffrey Nelson. On Twitter, he reacted to a reported outage suffered by T-Mobile customers in some areas last Thursday.
"MAJOR OUTAGE? Ditch T-Mobile if you want to make a call & get data on, say, Thursdays. @Verizon. We work every day," he tweeted.
T-Mobile didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Those who prize caution might, however, feel that no carrier's service really does work every day, everywhere.
Why, I just saw a report that both Sprint and, um, Verizon suffered their own outages on June 19. Which, true, wasn't a Thursday. It was, however, a Monday.
Verizon didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company has recently been pushing the alleged quality of its service very hard, with, aka Richard Hendricks.
However, competition is extremely fierce.
T-Mobile. Some might say that the biggest player criticizing it suggests a certain acknowledgement of that progress.
Still, it's not as if T-Mobile hasn't already taken its shots at Verizon.
Why, earlier this year, it.
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