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VIDEO: Verizon Pokes Fun at ''Twilight'' and AT&T

That is, until today. It looks like the folks at Verizon haven't quite grown tired of poking fun at AT&T and this time, it seems they're reaching out to the younger crowd.

It's a Twilight rip-off, featuring a love-struck teenage girl and a vampire. When the vampire realizes she's on AT&T, he tells her they can't be together because forever is a long time to endure slow music downloads. He ditches her for a bunch of giggly Verizon customers. I'm not sure why there's a (were?)wolf at the end but I'm assuming I'd need to watch Twilight to know.

  • tat2demon
    "No more Luke Wilson commercials"

    They're still going strong on just about every channel I watch.
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  • dman3k
    Has Luke ever made a good movie?
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  • B-Unit
    Old School
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  • brendano257
    I will say from personal experience, that even AT&T's non 3G coverage sucks. I couldn't get a single bar at my house unless I waited and watched my phone for 30 min. With Sprint/Verizon on roaming I get 2-3 bars at my house without fail.
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  • logitic
    The movie about the Dumb army guy who gets frozen and when he awakes the world is wrecked. But I can't think of the name.... Or can I?
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  • eyemaster
    logiticThe movie about the Dumb army guy who gets frozen and when he awakes the world is wrecked. But I can't think of the name.... Or can I?
    Idiocraty or something like that. Great movie, scary in how true it could almost become, if this makes any sense.
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  • decepticon
    dman3kHas Luke ever made a good movie?
    B-UnitOld School

    Nope, 'cause we all know Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrel were the real stars of that college frat movie.
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  • megamanx00
    Hah, that's pretty funny ^_^
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  • idisarmu
    Well, I guess Verizon can rest assured that they will sell ZERO phones to 13 year old girls all over the USA.
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  • apmyhr
    Got to hand it to Verizon, they have a great marketing team. Contrast that with Microsoft, which spent hundreds of millions of dollars to make a few awkward commercials where Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates discuss random crap.
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