AT&T offers an advance look at its upcoming television ad

AT&T offers an advance look at its upcoming television ad
AT&T has posted online an advance look at its next television spot. The ad features U.S.A. Skeleton Racer Noelle Pikus-Pace as she balances the day between being an Olympic athlete in training and a mother. She makes breakfast but still finds time to workout. She watches her daughter play soccer, but still finds the time to train.

And in the evening, with her husband home from work to watch the kids, she can get on the track and practice. Thankfully, she has her smartphone, which is hooked up to the AT&T network, so she can say hello to her family via video chat.

And which AT&T exclusive handset would someone like Noelle Pikus-Pace use? Why, it is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. This way, if she drops it in the snow, it is no big deal. Thanks to the IP67 certification on the phone, it can survive getting submerged in 3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes.

To get an advance view of AT&T's next television ad, click on the video below.



source: AT&T

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3 Comments

1. JerryTime

Posts: 468; Member since: Nov 09, 2013

at&t always has the best commercials. Nothing is better than the kids sitting around the table though.

2. docj8404

Posts: 73; Member since: Jan 23, 2013

Hmm.. If only husbands & fathers received the same amount of 'praise' for doing.. You know, what a husband & father are supposed to do.

3. DAMONORIBELLO

Posts: 109; Member since: Mar 18, 2012

Agreed. I was just thinking about the commercials aimed towards women, just this morning. There was an ad on the radio with a husband and wife and the wife drove the husband to the woods, dropped him off and told him to get a job. There are so many commercials that make men look like as$hats, even though women want equal rights and all that. Where are the commercials that are aimed at the lazy women of the world. I'm not talking about the moms, especially the single moms. It is so ridiculous how much we walk on eggshells around certain "types", and yet everyone says they want equality.

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