Plot / Description
Beck Bennett (the "AT&T guy") asks a group of kids which is better, bigger or smaller. He uses the example of a swimming pool - is a bigger, more fun swimming pool better than a smaller, less fun pool. One little boy wants to know if the big pool has meat-eating sharp-toothed fish along with a dinosaur who can transform into a robot who then karate chops the water in the pool like a ninja. Is any big, fun pool without these marvelous additions? Of course not. Bigger is better.
"AT&T TV Commercial - It's Not Complicated "Pool""
Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word
What's better, bigger or smaller?
Now let's say a friend invites you over and they have a really big, really fun pool. And then another friend invites you over who has a much smaller, less fun pool. Which pool would you rather go to?
Does the big pool have piranhas?
I believe so.
Does it have a dinosaur that can turn into a robot and chop the water like a karate ninja?
Yeah. Wait, what? Why would it not?
It's not complicated. Bigger is better and AT&T now covers more than 99% of all Americans.
Bigger is better.
AT&T now covers more than 99% of all Americans.