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Verizon pulls 5G for firefighters ads after T-Mobile complaint

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Angela Lang/CNET Verizon is pulling two advertisements for its 5G network that boasted of the potential benefits of faster speeds for firefighters and first responders.

The move comes after T-Mobile filed a series of complaints with the National Advertising Division of BBB National Programs.

Verizon moved to pull the ads in response, stopping the NAD from pursuing any further review of T-Mobile’s objections in the matter.

‘Verizon committed to permanently discontinue its ‘5G Built Right for Firefighters‘ and ‘5G Built Right for First Responders‘ advertisements and the challenged claims made therein,’ the NAD wrote.

‘Therefore, NAD did not review these claims on their merits.

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In response to other objections, the NAD also recommended that Verizon:.

15Update, Oct.

16: This story initially described the National Advertising Division as a part of the Better Business Bureau.

It is actually a division of BBB National Programs, an independent non-profit organization established in 2019 after a restructuring of the Council of Better Business Bureaus.


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