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AT&T Launches Ad Campaign Targeting Verizon

AT&T vs. Verizon: Who Will Back Down First?

AT&T and Verizon clearly don't get along — after several commercials and one lawsuit, the feud doesn't look like it's ending anytime soon. Today in AT&T vs. Verizon drama: a new AT&T commercial features a checklist of reasons AT&T is better than Verizon, and why you, too, should believe that AT&T is the best wireless network in America.

Verizon's response:

"AT&T did not file this lawsuit because Verizon's 'There’s a map for that' advertisements are untrue; AT&T sued because Verizon’s ads are true, and the truth hurts."

I'm curious if Verizon will launch another counterattack, but at some point, one of these companies will have to give it a rest.

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Miss-Tina Miss-Tina 7 years
Lol I think that Verizon rocks with their commercials! I honestly use to dislike them quite a bit, but this whole thing has brought me to be quite fond of them! I love how they find the whole thing to be humorous and AT&T is like the 5 year old pouting in the corner without the ability to think before reacting with their horrific commercials! Also, about how Verizon "wants" the iPhone, at some point every phone wanted the money bank of the iPhone. However, AT&T has already announced many times that they will no longer have the iPhone exclusively. Which I would like to point out is their MAIN selling point especially on this horrible come back commercial! I will always be a T-Mobile girl, but I still think Verizon's advertising mind set is GREAT and wins me over! AT&T's advertising makes me never want to use them!
digitaltempest digitaltempest 7 years
Most likely, AT&T will back down first because, as much as I hate to admit it, there's truth to what Verizon is saying. I had to switch FROM AT&T when I moved. Why? They don't service to current area I'm in (even T-Mobile & Sprint have service here; you know that's a shame when they're even outdoing AT&T anywhere), and it's important that I have coverage because I'm on the road a lot. The iPhone is nice, but useless to me when I can't get service in a 2-3 hour radius in any direction. Yes, the iPhone has a fanbase, but that's not enough with the coverage issues. I'm a fan of the iPhone, but it's not feasible for me to own one.
clairestrose clairestrose 7 years
I don't see any reason for AT&T to back down first because of its larger fan base and the product they are supporting in supporting AT&T (the iPhone <3). I can, on the other hand, see Verizon backing down because they don't have a history of insulting commercials and I'm not sure these will last. Also, I'm biased.
sontaikle sontaikle 7 years
AT&T needs to realize that the iPhone is really the only GOOD thing about their network.
JenBrett JenBrett 7 years
Verizon should back down first. They're also attacking the iPhone with the "iDon't" commercials, and Verizon wants the iPhone. I love my iPhone and have no issues with AT&T. My buddy just got the Driod and discovered that at Verizon "unlimited"=5GB of data, oops!
KadBunny KadBunny 7 years
Ha :D Ouch! I love a good feud. I wager AT&T backing down first. Or they should. I'm with T-Mobile but my friends who carry AT&T attest that their service does suck infinitely more. Their only catch is the iPhone, really
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