After a court battle in which AT&T criticized Verizon Wireless for their recent "There's A Map for That" commercials, all litigation between the nation's two largest wireless carriers has been dropped.
AT&T, which filed the lawsuit in Atlanta last month, argued that Verizon Wireless' 3G comparison maps misled customers into believing that subscribers were unable to access data service outside of the 3G coverage area. Verizon, which filed suit in New York, argued that the commercials correctly dictated 3G coverage between the two companies. In response, AT&T filed a countersuit and began airing commercials citing the ability to utilize voice and data services simultaneously - something that Verizon subscribers can't do (unless Wi-Fi is enabled). As of now, the competing advertisements are expected to continue running.
Both Verizon Wireless and AT&T declined to comment further on the matter.