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T-Mobile’s New Marketing Spot Trades Carly For Frankenstein, Simple Choice And AT&T

T-Mobile’s newest Simple Choice marketing spot will air during the NBA playoffs tonight and it’s a far cry from the days of Carly. In fact, we’re trading Carly in for Frankenstein, Simple Choice and pot shots at AT&T. It’s clear that T-Mobile’s primary focus is convincing AT&T customers the grass is much greener on this side of the SIM card fence. As Dr. Frankenstein works to explain that T-Mobile’s service is faster, Frankenstein picks … [read full article]

T-Mobile Responding To AT&T’s Newspaper Ad With Their Own Creative Responses

Let me be the first to say, that if these ads developed for T-Mobile in response to AT&T’s one-page attack ad last week don’t run in newspapers everyday for the next year, I’m going to be disappointed. Do these ads point to a new, cocky T-Mobile? Absolutely, but that’s what makes me love these three spots. I’ve long hoped that T-Mobile would do more to adopt a scrappy marketing campaign and start … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s “Faster For The Holidays” Video Highlights Speed Improvements

T-Mobile’s newest promotional advertisement is one for the holidays and highlights the number of times Magenta has improved the speed of the network. Let’s be honest though, there’s just one more speed improvement I’m looking forward to right now…LTE. Bring it! At T-Mobile, we’ve given our customers an amazing string of holidays presents. We’ve doubled the speed of our network three times. Talk about creating some impressive holiday cheer! YouTube  

T-Mobile Blog Post Highlights Newest Commercial Featuring Network

So, it’s true that we’ve already posted this T-Mobile advertisement — except this time we’re adding in a special word from T-Mobile Senior Vice President of Brand & Advertising Peter DeLuca. Thanks to a press release sent out this afternoon, T-Mobile is letting us all know that Carly strapped on some motorcycle leather, hopped on a 1000cc Ducati super-bike “symbolizing the speed and capability of T-Mobile’s 4G network.” Watch it again, for … [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts YouTube Video For Future Advertisement Spot Highlighting Tower Numbers

T-Mobile’s newest YouTube video destined for televisions across the nation highlights the company’s 35,000 towers and the depth of T-Mobile’s nationwide coverage. This new marketing spot shows Carly driving around on her motorcycle visiting cities across the nation and listing them off as places T-Mobile’s 4G network will cover “from Kalamazoo to Anaheim to Miami.” “Buckle up for faster and more dependable 4G.” YouTube