T-Mobile has two more Super Bowl ads that star a trio of comedians and a vulture

Apparently that Data Stash ad starring Kim Kardashian West won’t be the only time that we see T-Mobile during the Super Bowl.

T-Mobile announced today that it’s got two more spots planned for Sunday’s football game. The first stars Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman and highlights T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi calling feature. T-Mo says that Handler and Silverman “essentially” wrote the ad themselves based off of a topic given to them by the magenta carrier. The full ad will be shown on Sunday, but today T-Mobile released a behind-the-scenes teaser to whet our appetite.

The second new ad created by T-Mobile will be shown exclusively during NBC’s online livestream of the Super Bowl. You don’t have to wait for the stream to start on Sunday to watch the ad, though, because T-Mobile has put it on YouTube today. The spot stars Rob Riggle and an angry data vulture, and it can be found below.

In addition to its three Super Bowl ads, T-Mobile has inked an endorsement deal with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman that includes T-Mo and Sherman-branded shuttle buses that’ll transport Super Bowl fans between “key locations” related to the big game. Overall it looks like T-Mobile’s going to have a pretty big Sunday, getting its name all over the Super Bowl and enlisting several big name celebrities to help promote major offerings like Data Stash and Wi-Fi calling.

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  • monkeybutts

    The data vulture ad seems like something ATT or Sprint would come up with.

    • gmo8492

      They must be poking fun at sprint.

  • Andrew Heisler

    The first one was just boring. The second dose seem like something sprint would come up with. Remember the goat add?

  • skywalkr2

    They found literally the most risky people they could think of… and then made commercials with all of them.

    • Dakota

      Im waiting for the Paparazzi zoom shot of Kim’s iPhone with an ATT or Verizon signal

      • Benny

        Of course she does not have T-Mobile. She did this. Because they threw her some pocket change she did the tv spot. KK is not worried about unlimited data nor data caps. She just pays her bill when irs due

  • archon

    Chelsea and Kim — seems someone at Tmoblle has connections with the E! Network. Yes, I know Chelsea just left….Still, obviously Tmobile is looking at a specific demographic….

  • Mike Palomba

    I didn’t really get the first one but the second one was awesome

    • sidekicker89

      The first one was a teaser video and not the actual commercial.

      • sidekicker89

        It was still pretty funny though. “You don’t want to be a carrier, I have friends that are carriers.. you don’t find out till later” haha

      • Mike Palomba

        Yeah I figured that out after I read the title lol

  • kev2684

    i wonder J-Lege’s reaction to the new Cricket plans.
    $35 2.5gb (1.5gb more)
    $45 5gb (2gb more)
    $55 10gb
    $55 20gb (limited time offer)

    that alone will make them bleed.
    if Cricket didn’t have speed caps or at least increased it to 15mbps i bet they’d lose customers to them.

    they really need to up their coverage ASAP.
    AT&T is pushing cricket to compete with T-Mo’s selling point. cheap data.

    • Adam W Nelson

      I used to have T-Mobile and switched to Cricket. Going into it I thought “I’m going to hate the fact they throttle LTE to 8mbps”. But honestly I never notice it. My speeds are are crazy consistent, at anytime I can get an 7-8mbps connection. With T-Mobile it was all over the place.

    • monkeybutts

      The main benefit of T-mobile these days is they are still the only prepaid offering real unlimited data (Not sure if sprint prepaid allows unlimited, I know boost and virgin do not). The $30 walmart plan isn’t bad either.

      • Dakota

        By real unlimited, you mean throttled but not totally cut off? I have Straight Talk $45 3gb LTE plan and thats the same isn’t it.

        • UMA_Fan

          No tmobile has data that’s doesn’t throttle.. Unlimited high speed GB

        • gmo8492

          Nope, $60 on Metro gets you true unlimited data with no throttling cap.

        • monkeybutts

          yeah no throttle and no cut off.

    • Mike

      Did you check the metro PCS deals? Thats where TMO’s best deals are

      • Dakota

        I still don’t understand the difference between MPCS and TMO – Are you using the same network or not. When you call their reps, they can’t even answer. Are Metro Speeds slower? Im still with Straight Talk because its still a better deal for me for 3gb than Tmobile

        • Mike

          Metro PCS uses T-Mobiles network unless you are a Legacy MetroPCS customer still using a CDMA phone. MetroPCS is T-Mobile owned.

    • Jay Coak Sr.

      That 20 GB deal for $55 is a great offer! Free month of service after completing two months as well! Better coverage than T-Mobile as well. This is going to make things interesting for T-Mobile and what they do with MetroPCS. I know MetroPCS has unlimited data but comparing coverage is where people are going to compare.

    • UMA_Fan

      Cricket hasn’t been making a dent into tmobile yet. for now cricket has a brand perception problem

    • guidomus_maximus

      Is att sending these trolls here?

  • Claude

    I love the vulture!! It’s the best cell phone carrier ad I have seen in a long time.

  • UMA_Fan

    A Superbowl WiFi calling Commercial??? I must be dreaming.

  • Dakota

    They’re spending a whole lot of money on the Super Bowl with each 30 second spot going for about 4.5 million bucks just for the air time.

  • david

    “Sorry it’s a boy.” What the hell were you thinking, T-Mobile?