TMUS took the $4 billion T gave them and passed it on to the consumer. It's a short term affect on earnings for VZ and T. But in the end TMUS won't be able to keep up the assult. But it will do is give people an chance to try out other carriers. And with VZ poor numbers today the dividend seekers will end up coming back to T until the next numbers come out. T is still on a profitable track and undervalued in my mind. It confuses me how everytime AT&T supports or partners up with someone, the T price goes down and the new partners price goes up, but everybody keeps putting AT&T stock down as if it were poison to the market.