Judge Rejects AT&T's Request to Stop Verizon Adds
Speaking of the ongoing ad-war between AT&T and Verizon, according to CNET:
So the "map for that" campaign can continue, even as AT&T counters on the marketing front with "side by side".
On the legal front, though certainly a set back, we're sure AT&T's
lawyers want to get as much as they can out of this legal challenges will continue as well.
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The commercial will probably be funny...I just hope it beats the misfits cause that is classic...who thought of that?HAHAHA
PS...all of you at&t customers - spell check before you click submit.
It's no different than one instructor passing someone on their drivers test, when another instructor would've failed them..
"Misleading" claims are often tough to prove without evidence, so it's not very surprising that this happened.
you really think verizon is run any better? They like AT&T are a large corporation that doesn't give a shit about you. Don't kid yourself
Apple went to Verizon first huh? we all know that is rumor. you made that sh*t up just like the lasy guy. find some facts to prove that. how much sense does it make that Apple approached Verizon? none! bc why would they make a cdma phone for a carrier in the U.S. JUST to make a gsm version for the world? they wouldnt.
let's just accept the fact that AT&T isnt up to par with Verizon. just bc you are the fastest doesnt make you the best. theyre commercial with Owen wilson..was a lame attack to say the least.
jusdges make decisions based on facts and truth is...AT&T couldnt back up their claim. theyre just being baby's about it and the judge saw that.