AT&T BlackBerry Promo Movie ‘Stay One Step Ahead’

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AT&T’s latest BlackBerry promo is called ‘Stay One Step Ahead’ and it’s a trailer for a fake movie about a team hunting down a guy with a BlackBerry and “he’s always one step ahead.” The video asks you to log in with your Facebook account because the guy they’re looking for is you. It’s cool to see your profile picture on their view screens in the trailer and it’s a fun way to promote BlackBerry. It’s also really corny.

Check out the ‘Stay One Step Ahead’ video and log in with your Facebook account.

[Read it first from Adam at CB]

  • John

    This is incredible – the problem is ATT may be the fastest 3g network – but their service and 3G – YES 3G – NOT GENERAL COVERAGE – sucks! I had an iPhone and chunked that crap for service that actually works from Sprint – not to mention its way cheaper! I get actual 3G speeds and great voice service! ATT my bill was $90 – Sprint my bill is about $70 for more features, mins, and better service.

    Maybe ATT should put the money into towers and service and not stupid movies!?

  • John

    This is incredible – the problem is ATT may be the fastest 3g network – but their service and 3G – YES 3G – NOT GENERAL COVERAGE – sucks! I had an iPhone and chunked that crap for service that actually works from Sprint – not to mention its way cheaper! I get actual 3G speeds and great voice service! ATT my bill was $90 – Sprint my bill is about $70 for more features, mins, and better service.

    Maybe ATT should put the money into towers and service and not stupid movies!?

  • Mark

    I’d watch this movie, but I don’t want to advertise on my profile for AT&T. This is as stupid as getting a game piece from Taco Bell that doesn’t tell me if I won or not, just that I have to plug it into some website and give them all my info before I can find it that I lost. Stupid.

  • http://None Mark

    I’d watch this movie, but I don’t want to advertise on my profile for AT&T. This is as stupid as getting a game piece from Taco Bell that doesn’t tell me if I won or not, just that I have to plug it into some website and give them all my info before I can find it that I lost. Stupid.