T-Mobile’s fourth Super Bowl LI ad includes a risqué Verizon customer service call
As expected, T-Mobile ran a fourth ad during Super Bowl LI.
The fourth ad stars Kristen Schaal, but this time she’s talking to a Verizon customer service rep about her data overages, asking if she’s going to be punished and about Verizon’s taxes and fees. Like Schaal’s other ad for T-Mobile, this one’s pretty risqué.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere then posted a follow-up video involving the Verizon customer service rep, which you can see below.
Give it up, Verizon. #TheSafeWordisUnlimited pic.twitter.com/3BBNWAIZIx
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) February 6, 2017
This was T-Mobile’s fourth ad for Super Bowl LI, giving T-Mo a total of three minutes of airtime during the big game. That makes T-Mobile one of this year’s biggest Super Bowl advertisers.
T-Mobile’s other Super Bowl LI ads included a history of the touchdown dance with Justin Bieber, a punny exchange between Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg, and a 50 Shades of Grey parody with Kristen Schaal.
Source: YouTube (T-Mobile)