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The notoriously outspoken T-Mobile CEO seized the moment and poked fun at Verizon for releasing their earnings reports on the most acclaimed and toasted and stoned of days: "This is the same company that's made questionable decisions one after the other for the past four years and now finds itself losing customers to T-Mobile on a regular basis," a company spokesperson wrote. "There's really only one explanation… Verizon has been #VerHIGHzon this whole time."

The company then proceeded to repeatedly post a couple memes (see below) in an almost obsessively compulsive fashion; both were posted several times with different text:

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Via: Mashable
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"'Yo' is a single-tap zero character communication tool. Yo is everything and anything, it all depends on you, the recipient and the time of the Yo," according to the app store description.

Developed by San Francisco-based Life Before Us, LLC, the app's creators describe it as "the simplest & most efficient communication tool in the world."

And it is really as simple as it sounds.

Download it, choose the friends you want to send your "Yo" greeting to, and they get a push notification on their phone and that's it. Seriously.
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