T-Mobile reveals two more Super Bowl LI ads, including one with Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg

T-Mobile is going all out for Super Bowl LI.

After revealing a Super Bowl ad with Justin Bieber, Rob Gronkowski, and Terrell Owens a few days ago, T-Mobile today took the wraps off of two more ads that’ll air during the big game. The first, titled “#BagofUnlimited”, stars Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg and show Stewart trying to finish Snoop Dogg’s sentence when he says that the T-Mobile One unlimited data plan is “all that and a bag of”.

T-Mobile’s second ad stars Kristen Schaal in a 50 Shades of Grey parody titled “#Punished.” The commercial takes some shots at Verizon for things like its billing.

T-Mo isn’t stopping there, because it’s got two more ads that it’s keeping under wraps until the Super Bowl. One ad will be another Kristen Schaal-led spot titled “#TheSafeWordisUnlimited” that sounds like another 50 Shades of Grey-style spot. Finally, T-Mobile has cooked up a MetroPCS ad that’ll air after the Super Bowl.

To go along with T-Mobile’s new ads, CEO John Legere today shared a blog post on why T-Mo is one of this year’s biggest Super Bowl advertisers. You can check the whole thing out for yourself at the link below.

So what do you think of T-Mobile’s Super Bowl ads so far? How do they compare to last year’s spots with Drake and Steve Harvey?

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Derek

    So glad I left T-Mobile. I admit they do great stuff for the industry, but their network is the absolute worst!!! Paying all these stupid a$$ celebrities instead of investing into a better network should be a giant flag for everyone to stay away from them.

    • Trevnerdio

      You must’ve missed all that they’ve done in terms of network expansion and fortification in the last few years. Glad you left T-Mobile, too!

    • Phone Guy

      Its so bad they are one of the best networks now. Good try.

    • eanfoso

      While I completely empathize with you, you have to consider not much can be done with the considerably less millions being spent on these ads. Their network expansion requires at least 40 billion to stand par with Verizon and AT&T so it’s much cheaper to do some silly stunts rather than invest paltry 5 million in their infrastructure. Also I had left t mobile but am back now and can tell the difference from when I left. Still no match for AT&T but by miles way better than last time.

    • (J²)

      T-Mobile needs spectrum. Spectrum has limited availability as most of it is currently owned. Spectrum varies in each market. T-Mobile is doing the absolute best it can in a industry where resources are finite. The FCC recently completed its incentive auction for spectrum that has not yet been defined for wireless use. So it will be awhile before we will see any game changing movies as far as coverage goes. T-Mobile has to continue to work with other entities to purchase/swap spectrum in the meantime.

      The issue for T-Mobile isn’t money anymore.

  • steveb944

    Better than last year. Could have skipped the marijuana one.

  • SeanBear

    hhhah! this is hilarious. love it!

  • Philip

    Why Martha Steward? Didnt she do something bad before?

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  • Jerry Rich

    The fact that they used Justin Beiber makes me want to switch to Verizon!

  • Bruce Wayne

    Funny that both are known criminals.