Which speaks to the fact that as networks become more comparable, operators have to find new ways to differentiate -- in their ads and in their offers.
Well, I already have AT&T for my iPad data plan. Verizon for my iPhone.
I had AT&T on my iPhone previously and switched to Verizon when I kept hearing how much better Verizon is. Honestly, I don't see much difference.
A whole different debate entirely!
Oh the Ericsson DAS / 'remote radio head'... Not quite the same thing as a 'Small Cell' ;-)
haha, Excellent call out! I was thinking that AT&T is working with Ericsson, so the new small cells it'd be deploying in enterprise locations would be of the much sexier Radio Dot variety:
"If you want to get technical, that's not what a small cell looks like"
Really? kinda looks like one to me...
haha, wow, Mitch, I think you had just the reaction to this commercial that AT&T was hoping for! Are you switching your wireless service to it now?
SarahReedy - "It's next set of ads are going to be focused on fixing the perception of engineers as nerds with bad pick up lines in our society."
Bad pickup line? It seemed to be working for him!
Although his partner seemed to be the one doing the picking up. Literally.
Carol Wilson - "Wow, our California geek is a hopeless romantic - who knew?"
Certainly not my wife.
<signed> Mitch "Valentine's Day -- I've Heard of It" Wagner
Yeahhh, I don't disagree. It's pretty cheesy. The intent is good on the educational aspect, but they end up drawing on stereotypes -- even the stoner guy at the concert.