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 admind said on July 5th, 2006

I don’t remember the last time i had a dropped call.. (other than people hanging up on me)
Does that stuff still happen?

 bigbigtruck said on July 5th, 2006

Ironically enough, it’s been happening a lot on the Cingular networks here lately.

Still, their TV ad campaign is very nice. Good use of silence.

 katie said on July 5th, 2006

sort of disingenuous, in my opinion. I have Cingular and the reception is terrible. I have at least one dropped call per day and 4 or 5 others where the line just goes dead for up to 5 minutes, but never actually disconnects. It’s a neat concept, but what’s the point if people don’t believe it?

 Seth said on July 6th, 2006

saw it in new york 2 weeks ago, not that great i thought, cool concept but not well done, now people just lean up against it

 Kim said on July 8th, 2006

it’s a good ad. it stopped people. it stopped nyc poeple. it will be remebered. it will be mentioned to friends and family. they will ask who its for and right then the phenom of PR happens. it worked = it’s a good ad
i like it

 Mark said on January 4th, 2007

hilarious and clever something advertising lacks nowadays.

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