Friday was D-day for AT&T (T).
Having promised to finally give its customers MMS -- the multi-media messaging capability Apple (AAPL) included in its iPhone operating system two releases ago -- the carrier faced two major challenges:
"We have heard you. We are on it."
So says the Seth Bloom -- a.k.a. Seth the blogger guy -- the geeky talking head that AT&T (T) has sent out to do damage control in the face of rising outrage among Apple (AAPL) iPhone users about the quality of AT&T's service, particularly in urban areas like San Francisco and New York.
(See for example Wednesday's New York Times, which dubbed the data-guzzling MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Sep 4, 2009 8:31 AM ET
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