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AT&T uses Luke Wilson in a counterattack on Verizon's "Anti-AT&T" commercials

A federal judge handed AT&T a lump of Christmas coal, denying the company's pleas for an injunction to take Verizon's commercials mocking AT&T's network off the air.
There will be no injunction in AT&T's stocking this Christmas





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RE: Verizon lawsuit commercial
By cmdrdredd on 11/18/2009 11:11:51 PM , Rating: -1
You all just hate ATT because it gets the iPhone and verizon don't. Admit it...

Oh lets see you have a map of all the areas covered by ATT and you still bitch it doesn't work in BFE Nowhereville? Seriously all...wake the fuck up


RE: Verizon lawsuit commercial
By vfighter on 11/18/2009 11:28:34 PM , Rating: 3
I am in South Korea, the iPhone is still not available here. But even I can read a map.


RE: Verizon lawsuit commercial
By eddieroolz on 11/19/2009 12:31:46 AM , Rating: 5
Not everyone wants the iPhone, my friend.


RE: Verizon lawsuit commercial
By Bateluer on 11/19/2009 8:18:33 AM , Rating: 2
Err, Verizon has the Moto Droid, a superior phone in all aspects except app count. Also, the Eris/Hero isn't a bad phone either, and Big Red is supposed to be getting several other Android phones in the next few weeks/months. By the time they get the nuetered iPhone, it won't matter.

I will agree, that up until 6 November, Verizon's smartphone choices pretty much sucked though.


RE: Verizon lawsuit commercial
By Jalek on 11/20/2009 1:16:36 AM , Rating: 2
I still don't like Verizon after dealing with their locked phones and VCast garbage for years, but their coverage has always been good.

Maybe a full purchase android type and T-Mobile.. I don't know.. but every month I think about dumping AT&T right about the time I pay the bill.


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