Watch Drake perform in T-Mobile's hilarious Super Bowl 50 commercial

Watch Drake perform in T-Mobile's hilarious Super Bowl 50 commercial
Super Bowl commercials have always been funnier and generally better than the average commercial, and as it turns out, T-Mobile seems to approve of this trend. Earlier today, T-Mobile CEO John Legere posted the Un-Carrier's Super Bowl 50 commercial on Twitter for all to see, and the end result is nothing short of hilarious.

The ad debuts with Drake showcasing his dance moves while filming for the Hotline Bling music video. Right after Drake's line "you used to call me on my cellphone", three carrier executives cut the filming and propose some contract-like changes to the lyrics. Here, check them out for yourself:



In terms of actual information, T-Mobile's Super Bowl 50 commercial reiterates two of the Un-Carrier's main themes: no carrier contracts and free streaming. In this context, T-Mobile refers to its Music Freedom service, which allows users to stream music (but only from approved partners) without the data counting towards the monthly quota. T-Mobile is currently offering a similar service, called Binge On, for video streaming.

If you're wondering how much T-Mobile will pay to get its commercial aired during the upcoming 50th edition of the Super Bowl, bear in mind that CBS president and chief executive previously stated that 30-second commercials are selling for up to $5 million. 

source: John Legere

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3 Comments

1. sip1995

Posts: 1771; Member since: Feb 07, 2014

Switch to Doutche Telekom.....

2. jroc74

Posts: 6023; Member since: Dec 30, 2010

This was funny. Especially using this song which has soooo many parodies of that video....

3. savagx

Posts: 31; Member since: Sep 15, 2015

Actaully its pretty good commercial

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