Rob Gronkowski, Brandon Marshall and Patrick Peterson all star in latest “Switch to T-Mobile” promo

T-Mobile may have made use of Tim Tebow’s relatively free schedule to create its epic Superbowl ads last week, but, he’s not the only football player being hired to promote Magenta. While Tebow was all about no-contract plans, the latest three, short video spots are plugging the “Switch to T-Mobile” side of Uncarrier 4.0.

From this, we’re supposed to believe they’ve all switched from their respective carriers for faster, better coverage. I’ve embedded the playlist above for your viewing pleasure. In the ads, they’re all sat in T-Mobile retail stores, with their break-up letters. Although AT&T maybe the usual target for abuse, seems like Sprint’s getting the brunt of it this time around.

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  • KlausWillSeeYouNow

    I’m liking this new Sprint focus. If you’ve ever used them, you know how right they are!

    • fentonr

      No kidding, Sprint’s 3G is only marginally better than T-Mobile’s 2G.

      • KlausWillSeeYouNow

        Eh, T-Mobile’s 2G is better than that awful and overtaxed EV-DO. My EDGE routinely smokes my Sprint friends’ “3G.”

        • fentonr

          I was trying to be nice but you’re right, their 3G sucks.

      • Dark enV

        Amen to that, had Sprint for a year and it was pathetic, T-Mobile’s 2G seemed like an upgrade to their crappy 3G

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  • sidekicker89

    They are targeting Sprint…. sooooo I guess the Sprint acquisition of T-Mobile won’t happen? lol That being said, I wonder if John Legere already has uncarrier 5.0 planned out.

  • Jay J. Blanco

    Yassss they finally targeting Sprint and they slow 3G.

  • bob90210

    Oh, you said promo. I thought you said something else. Maybe I’ll watch that.

  • ccnet005

    Bring back Carly!!!

  • UMA_Fan

    They must be realizing Sprint is getting decimated by Tmobiles offer to pay cancellation fees.

  • Dakota

    Did they get new in house marketing team or just new agencies? They’re finally doing what they’ve needed to do for years. Clear, concise ads that get their message across and directly take on the competition. You watch new ads, tou

  • KingCobra

    Wow surprised to see them finally going at Sprint. They were already taking tons of customers from them when they were ignoring them, but now this could be particularly damaging to Sprint. Signs that there will be no merger? I hope so.

  • Jaramie Black

    I think I am switching from sprint. We have had way too many issues in Wilmington, Nc lately with sprint. Dropped calls, slow data, missed text messages and the issues keep on going. Tmobile, here we come!

    • Jay Holm

      The life of a Sprint customer is soooo sad!

  • Jay Holm

    I know who neither of these guys are. But hey, if their new to T-Mobile and are from ATT or Vzn, then yayyy!