AT&T and Verizon End Map Spat

By  |  Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 9:05 am

According to Dan Frommer at the Business Insider, AT&T and Verizon Wireless have agreed to end their legal tussle over the Verizon ads that slam AT&T’s 3G coverage. Good for Verizon. And good for AT&T, too–as far as I can see, the suit it filed against Verizon did absolutely nothing to improve anyone’s perceptions of AT&T. Actually, it mostly gave lots and lots of people a new excuse to grumble even more about AT&T–and gave more publicity to Verizon’s (accurate) map showing that it has far more 3G coverage than AT&T does than the Verizon ads could have gotten on their own.

 
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  1. Dosta Says:

    Yeah AT&T came out looking bad but i can say that neither map was correct. Another part of the story that wasn’t making news was not just the coverage but of actually speeds of their data network. If verizon’s “3g” speeds isn’t better or much better than AT&T’s Edge/2G network kind of misleading add i would think

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