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Every day on my way to and from work I hear commericals for Comcast Digital Voice at least once, and sometimes several times a day, however it's not avaliable in my area, and my local office doesn't think it will be anytime soon.  Why advertise something you can't sell? 
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Re: Digital Voice Advertising

It must be a national ad. Presumably it's cheaper to purchase a nationwide ad than hundreds of local ads, but it means that the ad will play in places where it's not relevant.



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Re: Digital Voice Advertising

Now, finally someone asked a question that I can answer.
 
First, I don't know where you live.  Most likely, you live in a town who receives their media from a large city.  For instance, I live in Philadelphia where there are many radio/tv stations, an advertiser will buy time on our local abc station; this station does not just cover Phila but a very large area.  It doesn't matter if the advertiser buys local or national ad coverage.
 
I have a friend who lives about 35 miles from Philly; they receive all the TV and radio stations but cannot get Comcast services.