Cannibal Pigs Plug Boost Mobile Over Dinner

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Boost Mobile's "UNwrong'D" campaign continues with two fine-dining pigs that like ham. (Think of it as enjoying the flavours of a fallen friend. Don't act like you're too good to tear into the carcasses of the downtrodden, literally or otherwise.)

The talkier pig puts their behaviour in perspective by telling users the real wrong in life lies in mobile carriers charging hidden fees. In contrast, Boost Mobile charges a flat fee for dependable, unlimited nationwide service.

Hear-to-the-fucking-hear, then, and pass that human flank real quick.

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This series of ads from Boost Mobile are awful, they spend the majority of the ad talking about some ridiculous over-the-top scenario that has nothing to do with the headaches of wireless service (and really isn't that funny) Their perceived strenghts in relation to their competitors is almost an after thought in these ads.

Posted by: cuttysark on March 6, 2009 10:03 AM

This series of ads from Boost Mobile are awful, they spend the majority of the ad talking about some ridiculous over-the-top scenario that has nothing to do with the headaches of wireless service (and really isn't that funny) Their perceived strenghts in relation to their competitors is almost an after thought in these ads.

Posted by: cuttysark on March 6, 2009 10:05 AM

Love Them. Anyone know who the AD company is? I love it when I see something new. Credit should be given to new and creative companies. Just a regular person.

If interesed....F, 40, 90K, BS+, no kids.

FYI.....I would not be playing this AD for my co-workers if it had focused on comparing features or highlighting a competive edge as the previous poster wanted.

Posted by: IsItWrong on March 18, 2009 5:43 PM

Love Them. Anyone know who the AD company is? I love it when I see something new. Credit should be given to new and creative companies. Just a regular person.

If interesed....F, 40, 90K, BS+, no kids.

FYI.....I would not be playing this AD for my co-workers if it had focused on comparing features or highlighting a competive edge as the previous poster wanted.

Posted by: IsItWrong on March 18, 2009 5:44 PM





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