In Verizon’s reponse, the company says that “AT&T sued because Verizon’s ads are true and the truth hurts.”
Please tell me that I am wrong. My understanding is that Verizon blocks bluetooth transfer of the contacts, pictures, wall paper and music... The phone is commpletely capable of this, but it is blocked in the Verizon phone at the request Verizon... Can anyone tell me if AT&T allows this trype of transfer with the iphone or is it also blocked by AT&T...?? What about T-Mobile phones... also blocked?
Reading that advertisement made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside :motdroidvert::heart:
I love it!! But that's mostly because I was never a fan of Apple and any of their products although I did own an iPhone for a while.
But even if I was a big fan, I have no problem with this direct, no holds barred approach. I find people tend to apologize for the iPhone's obvious shortfalls all too often, and are quick to jump all over the competition. It's about time they get put in their place.
I saw this same ad in Rolling Stone
Well, it looks like AT&T is finally striking back..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3PbB...- Side by Side
Too freakin' funny!!
I think this actually hurts them than help. It's like they're saying " yeah we know our coverage sucks" but........
Personally, I'd rather have half the speed but 3X the coverage. And I think most would agree.
I don't even use my wifi for browsing anymore, even at home. With at&t I could not even get a decent signal to make a call, much less browse. I only connect to the wifi for big file transfers now.