AT&T Releases New Crop of ‘Just OK Is not OK’ Ads to Highlight Speed of 5G

Lena Waithe voices the spot's tagline

a black man and white man standing side by side looking skeptical
In this AT&T ad, a groom waits for the bride's pregnant pause to end. AT&T

By now, you’ve likely seen at least one of the spots from AT&T’s “Just OK Is not OK” campaign, where the likes of mechanics, babysitters and everything in between are perfectly content with providing just OK service—much to the consternation of their customers.

@Minda_Smiley minda.smiley@adweek.com Minda Smiley is an agencies reporter at Adweek.
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