In it, he specifically referenced how this ad is different for the company. "Our customers are America. And there's a more important conversation they're having right now."
The conversation, he said, is specifically about equality.
"We wanted to use our airtime to further that conversation by making this simple point: We all started in the same place. We are more alike than different," he said.
The idea of universal, constant connection, however, is currently being questioned. Even former Facebook executives are concerned about what the site has done to young minds.
have, indeed, become an additional limb. Perhaps, though, when these babies have grown up -- even if theirs is a more equal world -- they'll fully realize the dangers they bring with them, too.
Then again, I doubt it. I'm not quite the optimist that T-Mobile seems to be.
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