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Handy AT&T Ads

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Out of all forms of advertising, print remains my favorite. You only get one glance of about two seconds to make it work. These work. Using quite a few flanges and several sets of hands, the creative team behind these ads definitely caught my attention. To see them all, check out Funzug.com.

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Finally…Free Wi-Fi At Starbucks

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I hope you weren’t expecting much of a narrative here. The next sentence really encapsulates the entire point… “Starbucks will offer free, unlimited Wi-Fi starting July 1.” Dear Starbucks, Thanks a latte! – Ross If you’re bored, here’s the full story.

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AT&T Drops Unlimited Data

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Fact: 3% of AT&T’s subscribers account for nearly 40% of their data traffic. Fact: 20% of every call I make on my phone is dropped. Fact: My coffee is beginning to cool. Yesterday, AT&T announced that they would no longer have an unlimited option for data plans. Instead, they are migrating into a tiered scheme to accommodate users that utilize fewer than 2 GB of data per month. Current users do not need to switch, but can do so without a contract extension. The new data plans are outlined below: DataPlus – $15/month gives you 200 MB of data, which, according to the carrier, is enough to send/receive 1,000 emails (w/out attachments), plus send/receive 450 w/ attachments, plus view 400 websites, post 50 pics to social networking sites, plus view 20 minutes of streaming video. DataPro – $25/month gives you 2 GB of data. Take the activities above and multiply them by ten. With this plan, users that exceed the…

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