Tag Archives: Advertising

T-Mobile’s Newest Commercial Shows Carly Rocking A Galaxy S III

T-Mobile’s newest advertisement shows off the Galaxy S III, a rooftop, a rock-band and Carly. Do you really need to know anything else before clicking the “play” button? T-Mobile introduces the revolutionary Samsung Galaxy S III. Built for sharing, this advanced smartphone helps you capture the fun and important events in your life with stunning photos and videos, helping you to quickly and easily share … [read full article]

T-Mobile Posts ‘Fast Songs’ TV Commercial For HTC One S

Finally, a T-Mobile/Carly advertisement for the HTC One S: Get your music 4G fast with the new HTC One S, exclusively from T-Mobile. Combine the 4G speed of T-Mobile with the built-in beats audio technology of the new HTC One S 4G smartphone and what do you get? Stream your favorite songs from your music library straight from the cloud on Google Play. No wires. No syncing. Just 4G fast. [read full article]

T-Mobile TestDrive Website Now Live And Ready For Your —- Test Drive

Update: Perhaps calling this a “cop-out” was a little too strange of language, but I stand by my assertion that this is wrong and that T-Mobile should test 4G against 4G or not at all. I hope T-Mobile recognizes that their strength lies in comparable speeds, but really shakes things up when it comes to value.  T-Mobile’s TestDrive website is now live and I will say at first glance, I’m disappointed. I’ll just … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s First Commercial For The Brand New Carly Is Live

Here we go…after 24 hours of buildup, I can’t wait to see how you all respond to this. Introducing, Carly — the Magenta biker bad-ass. No more Mr. Nice Girl indeed. Time To Set The Record Straight. What do you get when you combine America’s Largest 4G Network™ with T-Mobile’s newest and fastest 4G smartphones? Speed. Get ready. It’s time to rethink everything. It’s time for fast. Does this commercial make you stand up and scream … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm Introduces His Team To T-Mobile’s New Marketing Campaign

More about this marketing campaign David? Yup, there’s more and it’s possible there will be more tonight. It’s clear T-Mobile is going all-in with this new campaign, especially as details come out they are preparing an extra $200 million investment in marketing and advertising this year. T-Mobile CEO Philip Humm is even getting in on the action, sending out a letter to T-Mobile employees informing them of the new campaign, which … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Hints At New Marketing Campaign With Carly, “No More Mr. Nice Girl”

I’d say this all but confirms our own early info that T-Mobile is preparing a brand new marketing campaign dubbed “No More Mr. Nice Girl.” After last night’s YouTube tease, I told you to keep an eye on the leather outfit Carly had on as you notice that very same outfit in the image above. Carly and that motorcycle are going to make definite appearances in T-Mobile’s next set of commercials. In … [read full article]

T-Mobile Shifts Marketing Message To Focus On 4G Network

Yesterday, March 14th marked a shift in T-Mobile’s marketing message away from specific Value Plans and toward its 4G network. Their $49.99 per line message will remain as consumers are responding favorably, but T-Mobile will emphasize more choices at that price as well. They list a few benefits of their new messaging: Allows for better focus on the network and providing value through devices rather than specific rate plans Emphasis on providing a … [read full article]

“We Just Got Samsunged”

For Samsung fans, this video is just funny…poking fun at those of us willing to stand in line for hours on end to pick up Apple’s newest incarnation. The opposite side of this ad is that you know somewhere inside the bowels of Samsung HQ, they are wishing Samsung launches were met with the same kind of lines that Apple sees on launch day. The Galaxy S II has sold incredibly well, … [read full article]

MetroPCS Thinks They Can Steal Carly Away From Magenta

This MetroPCS “attack” ad is hardly the first time we’ve seen a small regional carrier attempt to poke fun at T-Mobile’s sorrows but this time, they’re trying to steal Carly. I’m not having any of that. Nobody steals Carly. So listen up Ranjit and Chat, you can make fun of T-Mobile all you want but when you try and steal our most valuable player, you better bring more than a phone-in”tech and talk” help show. On … [read full article]