T-Mobile and advertising agency Publicis from Seattle have released this funny campaign recently. The company promotes binge watching as a good thing now.
T-Mobile has released this hysterical video spot recently. The commercial has gone viral instantly and has been watched over 1 million times in a few days.
T-Mobile and advertising agency Publicis have released this new exciting video spot recently. The campaign features two funny persons – Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler celebrate the Wi-Fi calling from anywhere in their home.
T-Mobile and advertising agency Publicis from Seattle have released this funny spot recently. The Super Bowl commercial features Kim Kardashian West – the queen of the selfies.
T-Mobile and advertising agency DDB Tribal from Berlin have released this hysterical video recently. German mobile service provider promotes its reliable and ubiquitous Wi-Fi. Unlike this guy, whose questionable service is depicted in the spot. He trains dogs to find Wi-Fi.
T-Mobile and advertising agency Publicis Seattle have released this funny commercial the other day. The spot features a mad scientist and Frankenstein. The two compare T-Mobile with AT&T. The creatives demonstrate that even the monster chooses T-Mobile. However, Frankenstein seems even more sane than the scientist – just like the T-Mobile's users, supposedly.
T-Mobile has released a new video commercial, which promotes a good deal for its customers. The spot takes place in the Wild Wild West – in place and time, when mobile service was not an issue yet. However, four cool cowboys symbolize wireless carriers, who came to exploit people. One of them decides that he has had enough: people deserve having what they want. T-Mobile stands by this young rebellious cowboy.
The video features two guys at the dance floor. According to the video, dads are so happy about T-Mobiles free text messages so that they agreed to challenge themselves and the audience. The sound of the music is turned off while they are dancing. You can guess what song they are dancing to and send a message with your guess.
T-Mobile and creative agency Publicis presents a cool video commercial. It features a biker driving the road with his motorbike. The voice over the camera asks if you thought it was fast. Because there is something much faster. Then we see the bike that zooms past our eyes.
A cool new advertising campaign for Sprint to promote its new plan "Any Mobile, Anytime", which offers unlimited data: SMS, MMS, Sprint TV, GPS navigation and 450 minutes of talk time to any phone, any carrier. All this for only $69.
T-Mobile offered all its media space on billboards, prints, radio and TV to personal messages from the public. In total over 1,500 unique messages were broadcasted.
The Sing-a-long Flash Mob event packed out Trafalgar Square and was T-Mobile's second "Life is for Sharing" event, following on from the hugely successful T-Mobile Dance, held in Liverpool Street Station in January