(via twitter blog)
I really enjoy this ad for Sprint.
Now if they could just for once stay with a campaign long enough to actually get some traction.
I remember the days of the “pin drop” when they used to know the meaning of consistency :)
I love this commercial solely for the Twitter comment!
Interesting graphics. Every time I watch something like this I realise we are nothing than numbers though..!
I love information graphics & stats.
made me look too, great ad!
Along the same lines as the TV ad, check out the (far more impressive) web site: http://now.sprint.com/nownetwork/
You are right Paul! And I thought it reminded me of something I had seen some time ago! :)
Who’s talking about all those diapers?!?
Really cool commercial, nice graphics and an interesting way of representing stats.
The twitter bit was awesome, those little birds are adorable.
@ drew stefani: people with babies and friends of their who have kids..or people who’s parents are getting to that age.
I am glad to see that they are moving in a new direction with their advertising. The ads with the CEO were stale to begin with, and gave a sort of “nose up” attitude with the classical music in the background. I hope i see this ad on TV very soon, I really like it.
ya this one is nice. I love the part about twitter and 26% not having a clue what it is.
Now Sprint just has to get 3G service in my area.
It’s a totally novel ad, but the paranoid person in me wants my secret texting about diapers to not be a matter of public record.
the ad is simply superb! i can’t believe this is the first time i’ve come across the swissmiss website too. definitely a part of my blogroll now =)
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