AT&T has stooped to a new low by running "confusion" ads in Louisville, KY. The ads obviously were designed to suggest that their bundled pricing is more of a guarantee than ours. Nothing could be further from the truth.
We sent a letter to AT&T asking them to stop misleading consumers and guess what -- their lawyers refused.
I'll be specific and you judge for yourself.
Here's what they say in the big print:
But here's what their tiny fine print says about their bundled pricing in their ad:
They claim that our "promotional" rate is a short-term deal, compared to their bundled offer. But the truth is, our deal is guaranteed for a full year while theirs isn't guaranteed for even one day.
Isn't it enough that we are competing with the behemoth, reconstituted Ma Bell, which alone is larger than every cable operator in the U.S. cable industry combined? Are they so desperate that they have to mislead people in their advertising in order to lure them in?
Shame on you AT&T! Consumer beware.