Remember those coverage maps hovering above people's heads in Verizon's "there's a map for that" commercials? What if they existed in the real world? This man decided to find out.
Okay, so I may have added "bitch" for emphasis—but this AT&T vs. Verizon lawsuit over the "Map for That" ads is turning into an all-out PR smackdown. This stuff isn't even written in proper legal language anymore.
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I'll admit that I got a slight chuckle out of this particular memo sent to AT&T employees today. It explains that the company has in fact filed a lawsuit against Verizon for the rather hilarious "There's a Map for That" ad campaign and proceeds to instruct employees to use any inquiries as a chance to talk about…
A Verizon Wireless ad shows a beefy Verizon 3G map next to a less impressive AT&T 3G map. AT&T is suing, saying it leads people to believe AT&T has no phone service outside of its (admittedly skimpier) 3G areas.