Surf and Talk NCAA March Madness with AT&T Video
Surf and Talk NCAA March Madness with AT&T Video Transcript
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>> Tina: I don't know, I've been watching Kansas all season and I think they are gonna take it all. Alright, I'll talk to you later. You've got to admit that one of the best things about being an NCAA March Madness fan is routing for your favorite teams and rubbing it in when your friend's team lose. But did you know that if you have an AT&T Mobile phone that you can do both at the same time? Hi, I'm Tina Murray [assumed spelling] here with another episode of Did You Know, a series of videos from CNET sponsors featuring tips and tricks on the latest technology innovations. In this episode I want to show you how AT&T lets you talk on the phone and surf the web all at once. If you're like me you'll be glued to your phone for the entire 64 game tournament watching live games and video highlights, checking your brackets on CBSSports.com, bragging about that twelve seat upset you picked on Twitter. You know, everything that makes NCAA March Madness so unique and so exciting. Well now on AT&T's 3G network you don't have to stop what you're doing. Let's say your friend calls you to brag about one of his teams beating one of your top picks. You can just answer the call and keep surfing the web. Only AT&T lets you talk and surf the web at the same time. So as this year's NCAA March Madness tournament rolls down the road to the final four make sure you're making every second count using your Talk and Surf feature on your AT&T phone. [sound effect] Oops, better get this. I'm Tina Murray and I'll see you on the next episode of Did You Know. Hello, oh, hi. What, it's down to the last 2 seconds? Let me see if I can find that game on my phone. ^E00:01:53
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