Bigger, More and Faster is sooo much better. Right, kids?

CJ Westerberg, March 13, 2013 12:40 AM

How I really dislike these commercials.  See for yourself (clips below).

Really, AT&T.  
This is not what "thinking big" is about.  
Doing two things at once is not better.
It's your strange messaging using kids
that is the drag.
Not a "slow" Grandma.

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