T-Mobile presents a drinking game based on AT&T's conference call tomorrow

T-Mobile presents a drinking game based on AT&T's conference call tomorrow
Last week, T-Mobile devised a drinking game based on Verizon's earnings report and conference call which was released the following day. With AT&T scheduled to report its Q4 and 2015 numbers tomorrow, T-Mobile has presented a new drinking game based on AT&T's conference call that follows the earnings release. AT&T and its CEO Randall Stephenson have long been among the favorite targets of T-Mobile CEO John Legere.

The game, which we have embedded for you in the slideshow at the end of this article, says that you should take a drink for every ten times AT&T says "internet of things" during its conference call tomorrow. Take two drinks "if AT&T hides losses under a mountain of cheap connected cars and free tablets."

T-Mobile says you should finish your drink if AT&T admits that "its logo is really the Death Star," or if the company "grows a heart and decides to end overages." But the best part of the whole game suggests that you should finish your drink if the carrier names it's television pitchwoman Lily Adams (Milana Vayntrub) as CEO.

AT&T is expected to report its Q4 earnings tomorrow at 4:30PM EST, around the same time that Apple will release its fiscal Q1 numbers. If you're interested in knowing how either company made out last quarter, check in tomorrow as soon as you get home from work. 


source: T-Mobile

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2 Comments

1. xq10xa

Posts: 810; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

I don't feel like getting s faced again. I just recovered from Saturday.

3. jonosono

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 26, 2016

Aw... Lily (Milana Vayntrub) is so hot. I wish she had a bigger role in House of Lies.

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