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While Sprint is running ads to criticize AT&T for not letting it run ads, Comcast is busy launching digs at the AT&T-DirecTV merger directly. “Welcome… to the moment no one’s been waiting for,” say the new Comcast ads below. What’s all the fuss about? “Underwhelming Internet speeds” and “temperamental” satellite television is what consumers are in for. The distribution industry is clearly vying to convince consumers that each one of them is the best through promotional content. But judging by the comment section on the ads, time and money is better spent on the services themselves. 

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News: DSLReports reader [user=anon666] notes that Comcast has decided to take direct aim at AT&T’s recent $65 billion acquisition of DirecTV. In a series of new ads (embedded below) and marketing materials being a href=&quote;

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