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Sprint TV ads remind: uneasy moments are unlimited

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Sprint TV ads remind: uneasy moments are unlimited

Sprint takes a mockumentary approach to advertising in a series of TV ads promoting the company's unlimited talk, text and web plan. And what can pump up your holiday spirit more than a gentle reminder that uneasy moments are unlimited? The clips are just 30 seconds long but are packed with humor and worth your time, even if you don't decide to choose the carrier's service. Sprint's commercials focus more on the $69.99 unlimited plan rather than on specific phones but we made sure you can pick yours easily with our Cell Phones Holiday Gift Guide.


We are not going to spoil the experience by revealing the plot and have left the commercials below. In the meantime we will use the message in these ads as a nice reminder to have more face time with our nearest and dearest. And we don't mean video calls. Enjoy!


source: AndroidGuys






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posted on 16 Nov 2010, 10:21

1. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)


Dude, I love these commercials. And I think it's smart that Sprint lets people know they are unlimited...although it might bite them in the butt if they switch to a finite data plan.

posted on 28 Nov 2010, 19:28

2. DoberDawn (unregistered)


I think these commercials are awful. What a ho-ho-horrible message we are sending? Get an unlimited plan so you can be a totally insensitive rude jerk? Why would I want to do that?

posted on 20 Feb 2011, 16:28

3. LaserX5 (unregistered)


Sprint should completely ashamed of themselves for making these despicable commercials. If they think these are the least bit funny, the joke is on them!

There is nothing funny or humorous about telling someone bad news, and then acting like they don't give a crap about the person's feelings at all!

Yea, what a better way to show how much better you'll be with your product than by showing people act like selfish, heartless monsters when they use it.

Have you no shame, Sprint?

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