So what is more important to you? Having an iPhone 4 that might drop calls? Or having an iPhone 4 that saves your marriage?
This seems to be the fine and important question posed by AT&T in its instant rebuttal tothat suggests you might finally be able to make a phone call.
This ad offers an insight into how an AT&T iPhone 4 might save a marriage that is just about to run aground.
You clearly work too hard. You clearly neglect your wife--who, strangely, still talks to you in a jolly, mellow tone.
She calls to remind you that it's your anniversary.
Though you have an AT&T iPhone 4, you can hear her. Moreover, given that you have done nothing to reserve a spot at a restaurant, your iPhone 4 lets you tell her how much you care, while busily trying to find a restaurant on the Web.
Will this simple demonstration of how an AT&T iPhone 4 can keep America's social structure together offset Verizon's criticism of AT&T's network structure?
What did you say? I can't hear you.