AT&T knows that while the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, the way to a customer’s heart would be to give freebies. An AT&T subscriber claimed that he received a letter from the carrier, offering him a femtocell unit as a reward for being one of AT&T’s “most valuable customers.” Normally, it would retail for $150, so why not snag this for free? This could be a new marketing method to retain customers – what do you think of this marketing tactic?
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