T-Mobile Made Fun Of Verizon By Skywriting Over Company’s Headquarters

Posted: Oct 27 2015, 11:59am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 27 2015, 8:14pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
T-Mobile Made Fun Of Verizon By Skywriting Over Company’s Headquarters
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T Mobile trolled Verizon!

Verizon is the most loved and trusted network but still it has left its users and fans in disappointment.

Verizon now has a new policy of charging extra money if you surpass your monthly allotted data limit.

T-Mobile, being a competitor, never loses a chance to make fun of its competitor. It sent a plane to the company’s headquarters on Monday.

The plane was sent to skywrite over this particular issue. Well! Verizon also made a comeback by a fitting reply.

T-Mobile wrote something like “End overages now" in the sky. The message was not very clear but it was in favor of abolishing the company’s overages.

Verizon’s spokesman Jeffery Nelson was already prepared for the reply.

It said many things against the other company but among all the things the wittiest remark was that the T-Mobile had to use the smoke signals because they are more reliable than the company’s own network.

Nelson also joked that Legere would have to use Verizon’s network in order tweet a pic of the plane since there is no T-Mobile network coverage on Verizon’s headquarters.

Well! That was some entertaining prank by T-Mobile in order to fuss over the overage fess issues and to make fun of Verizon.

Also, we should not forget that T-Mobile also has its own issues of poor network coverage.

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