T-Mobile Hassles Verizon With Verizon Earnings Call Drinking Game

Posted: Jan 21 2016, 7:52am CST | by , in News | Latest Business News


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T-Mobile Hassles Verizon with Verizon Earnings Call Drinking Game

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T-Mobile has a created a drinking game for the Verizon Earnings Call today. Only problem is that the earnings call is at 8:30am ET.

T-Mobile had another great idea to droll its competitors. The un-carrier invites you to the Verizon Earnings Call Drinking Game. There is just one minor flaw with this. The Verizon Earnings Call is schedule for 8:30am ET. Who wants to down shots at 8:30 in the morning? Ok. You do.

T-Mobile says: "You may have noticed that T-Mobile doesn’t like the traditional earnings call. That’s why we Un-carrier-ed them with a live stream and a Twitter Q&A. But we’re still forced to listen in to the Duopolist’s boring calls so we needed to find a way to keep it interesting. Since sharing is caring, welcome to the Verizon Earnings Call Drinking Game."

Update: T-Mobile just released a new ad dissecting a Verizon commercial.

The Verizon Earnings Call drinking game requires you to take a drink when Verizon says "millennials" or "the young people" for instance. You are supposed to take two drinks if Verizon talks about "monetizing" and you have to finish your drink when Verizon admits it will copy T-Mobile's Music Freedom, Binge and or Mobile Without Borders within the next year.

You can see the whole Verizon Earnings Call Drinking game below. You could play it with orange juice, ok make it a mimosa.

The Verizon Earnings Call starts at 8:30am ET, 5:30am PT and can be followed here.

Verizon Earnings Call Drinking Game

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