Hey AT&T, Where Is My Text Message From Obama?
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Hey AT&T, Where Is My Text Message From Obama?

Hey AT&T, Where Is My Text Message From Obama?

I woke up this morning, my beauty sleep totally uninterrupted by that loud car honk sound I had selected on my iPhone for text messages. OK I admit it, I already heard the big news last night.

But still… what happened? I know that it must be you. It sometimes takes two hours or more for voicemails to show up. I know, I shouldn’t complain–I live in San Francisco, and maybe the city isn’t a priority for you, technology-wise.

Oh well, at least the email was only 7 hours late. 😉

Update: I never received it – oh well. I don’t hold this against the campaign in any case. Technology isn’t perfect.

Later Update: Information Week reports that 40%-50% didn’t receive the text.