Fourth T-Mobile Super Bowl ad is almost NSFW
Earlier today, we showed you two edgy commercials that T-Mobile ran during the Super Bowl. Along with the ad that we had showed you earlier in the week starring Justin Bieber, that added up to three commercials for the big game from the carrier. But just hours before the Super Bowl started, we updated the earlier story to tell you about a fourth spot that T-Mobile was going to run during the fourth quarter. A press release from the wireless operator said that this fourth commercial was almost considered too hot for television.
Now that the game ended with an amazing fourth quarter comeback by the Patriots, turning Bing's prediction from a loser to a winner, we have that fourth quarter ad for you to see. Is it NSFW? Well, you'll have to judge for yourself. The 60-second commercial stars Kristen Schaal who plays a Verizon customer who has gone over her data limit. Calling Big Red's customer service, she says that she has violated her contract, exceeded her data cap, and wants to be punished. She asks suggestively, "What are you going to do to me?"
For some strange reason, hearing that she will be charged overage fees and taxes turns her on. She asks the Verizon rep on the phone, "Was that good for you? That was good for me too." And the ad ends with the tag-line "Wireless pain is fine if you're into that sort of thing."
You can check out the ad for T-Mobile One by clicking on the video at the top of the story. The plan offers unlimited talk, text and data. If subscribers agree to auto pay, they won't have taxes and fees added to their monthly invoice.