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Topic: Telecom

T-Mobile needles iPhone with Apple parody

T-Mobile skewers the iPhone with this cheeky send-up of the "Get a Mac" campaign. It touts the myTouch 4G device as better and faster and blah blah blah ... but…

Boost shrinkage is great for unhappy giants

In this new spot, 180LA and Boost Mobile present a giant grocery-store manager who knocks over shelves, ogles cute gals in the aisles and generally makes a nuisance of himself.…

T-Mobile wows fliers with Heathrow concert

Continuing its impressive series of flashmob stunts, T-Mobile recently held an a cappella concert welcoming travelers arriving at London's Heathrow Airport. The performers bust out a diverse array of lyrics,…

AT&T's service covers 97% of paper people

BBDO was clearly going for cute and whimsical in this spot touting AT&T's mobile coverage, but there's something a bit creepy about those countless paper dolls multiplying in our midst.…

Windows phone doesn't like to be looked at

Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 introductory campaign, by Crispin Porter + Bogusky, shows folks who are so immersed in what's on their mobile screens, they're blissfully disconnected from the world around…

Orange turning around singing tweetagrams

Right on schedule, advertisers are drawing up campaigns straight out of the Old Spice social-media playbook. U.K. telecom Orange is putting its own real-time twist on the Old Spice…

Sony Ericsson's spots skewer focus groups

Most people in advertising have been subjected to the drudgery known as focus groups. Now, Sony Ericsson is mining silly focus-group situations in new ads created by Dare's New…

Jack Black in Orange's fake 'Gulliver' trailer

I've been wanting to see Jack Black turned into a giant puppet for a couple of years now, and this U.K. cinema spot for Orange, by Fallon London, has…

Orange loves your goofy self in Saatchi ads

Saatchi & Saatchi in Switzerland and European telecom powerhouse Orange get it right in this new campaign, which is amusing and filled with fun bits while not going totally…

Sprint makes it easier to be a major asshole

The new Sprint commercials from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners are amusing. They portray Sprint customers as oblivious jerks who use their unlimited Web, e-mail and text to deliver terrible…

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