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Tuesday, July 17 2018


Top n ListsYou've seen the billboards and print-ads for the new AT&T, right? I've decided to collect, right here, all the things those ads claim to "deliver". Post a reply if you see one I don't have listed. (e.g., "X. Delivered.")
  1. Your World.
  2. Productivity.
  3. Photos.
  4. Blogging.
  5. Podcast.
  6. Travel. (In retrospect, this ad in Newsweek doesn't actually say Travel. Delivered. But it has some sort of vignette about one woman's delightful vacation, and how DSL made it possible.)
  7. Birthdays. Submitted by MR, supposedly sighted in San Antonio
  8. Futbol.Actually, I think this says Your World (Soccer). Delivered. But I don't know Spanish---seen on highway 80.
  9. Your New AT&T Logo.
  10. Your Support.
  11. U.S. Olympic Team
  12. Close Friends
  13. I have no idea what this says, but I'll bet there's some "delivery" going on.
  14. .Com
  15. Mobility. Reported by Queen Quon

Someone had some fun with it.
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Authored by: Anonymous onThursday, April 20 2006
Sam says #13 says "Your world, delivered entirely." or "Your world," in a respectful sense.
Authored by: Anonymous onMonday, April 24 2006
Networking. Delivered.

Billboard on Highway 680 in Walnut Creek.
Authored by: Anonymous onWednesday, May 03 2006
Ad Agency says:

Connections. Delivered.
Voice. which actually makes sense
Authored by: Anonymous onThursday, May 04 2006
Diversity. Delivered

Seen in lobby of AT&T Office.
Authored by: Anonymous onTuesday, May 23 2006
Your Spurs. Delivered.
Hoop. Delivered
Authored by: Anonymous onWednesday, May 24 2006
Your SF Giants. Delivered.
long ball. Delivered.
Authored by: Anonymous onThursday, June 01 2006
Telecommuting.  Delivered.
Authored by: Anonymous onSunday, July 23 2006
"Prospects"---confirmed, Sacramento.


Diluted brand equity---delivered.

Authored by: dbsmall onMonday, September 25 2006
Deliver us from evil
Authored by: dbsmall onThursday, February 22 2007
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