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Thread: T-mobile Launches New Television Ad for iPhone 5

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    MMi Staff Writer Anthony Bouchard's Avatar
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    Default T-mobile Launches New Television Ad for iPhone 5

    Last Friday T-mobile officially launched the iPhone on their network and released an ad representing the fact. T-mobile has Tuesday launched their second iPhone ad, still aggressively attacking other carriers for their annoying restrictions.

    For a mobile-friendly video link that works with our app, tap on the video link below:

    YouTube Video

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mobile
    It’s the phone that’s revolutionizing phones; and while some carriers restrict it with annual contracts, data limits, and congested networks, there’s one network that doesn’t. Introducing, iPhone 5, on T-mobile. Now your iPhone 5 can be as great as an iPhone 5.
    The mousetrap ad seems like a pretty clever way to put it. In trying to advertise their iPhone 5 as unrestricted, T-mobile’s iPhone 5 is sitting on a table with a pink outline and no mousetraps at all, while the "other" carrier is sitting on a boring white table with mousetraps all over and the mousetraps aggressively snapping away throughout the ad.

    T-mobile carries the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 4 in varying storage sizes for varying prices. You can order any of them from T-mobile's Web site.

    Hopefully other carriers will start to learn from T-mobile's movement...

    Sources: YouTube via 9to5Mac
    Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 04-16-2013 at 09:25 PM.

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    I don't feel like a rat.

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    That was... kinda lame

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    I am leaving Straight Talk for anyone!!!

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    jesus effing christ. they had almost 6 years to come up with a commercial for the iphone and that was it?

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    So Samsung used sheeps to define Apple users, and now T-Mobile used lab rats =/

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