November 8, 2004 6:55 AM PST

As video comes to cell phones, so do ads

Marketers are about to aim at the "third screen"--the one on the cell phone in your pocket.
The New York Times

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All of this is fine and dandy provided...
Personally, I don't have a problem with ads on cells phones provided there is a price cut benefit for the consumer. If we have to continue to pay these high prices for cell phones and cell phone minutes plus put up with spam like ads then we have a problem. If buy allowing the cell phone service provider to make some money off of advertising will cust the cost of cell phone plans buy half or more for the consumer and provided we are buried in ads like we are spam on the computer then fine. But, as long as I have to pay full price for service and the features I want to use then I will drop any company to spams me being to text messages, video ads or otherwise.

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