AT&T, T-Mobile take dominant spots in U.S. wireless ads

AT&T (NYSE: T) continues to hold the top prize as the wireless industry's top advertiser, spending about $49.7 million in February, placing 18 ads more than 10,000 times on national TV. Not far behind was T-Mobile (NYSE:TMUS), which accounted for 20 percent of the wireless sector's advertising spend this month, an estimated $48.7 million.

In its new feature, "The top 5 wireless ads: AT&T takes the top spot, with T-Mobile not far behind," FierceWireless looks at the U.S. wireless carrier spending trends.

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