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Court Tells Aio Wireless to Pick a Different Color

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well Im glad the court agreed with me...


Feb 10, 2014, 2:52 PM
its was an obviously grab by arguably the worst company in cellular to trick "their" customers to think they were actually using someone else.

I mean how atrociously awful is your company and corporate image when you need to make your customers think your someone else?

And to say that people should just know, read the words, etc etc...this isnt about the words or website layout, this is about the color, which is an essential facet of corporate branding.

I work in the industry, and when they first tried to steal, I mean copy, I mean come close to matching t-mobiles color, I cut the banner from AIO's page and sent a color swatch to multiple people who also work in the industry, with much more cellular knowledge than your everyday, a...
T Bone

Feb 10, 2014, 8:31 PM
Why would at&t want to trick people into thinking that they were buying a phone on an inferior network? at&t cover 97% of the country, T-Mobile only covers major metropolitan areas. This would be like Lexus trying to deceive people into thinking that they were buying an AMC Pacer.

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