Last year was the fourth year T-Mobile participated in the Super Bowl ad roster. They rolled out four epic commercials with all-star casts, featuring everyone from Justin Bieber and Terrell Owens, to Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart, as well as comedian Kristen Schall. Here’s a peek at what happened when T-Mobile purchased three minutes of Super Bowl LI ad space.
T-Mobile Shows Us Some Unlimited Moves
The commercial called #UnlimitedMoves starred Justin Bieber, Terrell Owens and Rob Gronkowski in a hilarious dance-off in the end zone.
T-Mobile One Is A #BagofUnlimited
With a series of pot-related innuendo, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg made us understand that T-Mobile ONE is all that and a #BagOfUnlimited.
T-Mobile Punishes Kristen Schaal
Every time Kristen Schaal went over her data limit, she got punished. But that was just the tempting offer this kinky tariff user wanted. The message was: Wireless pain is fine… if you’re into that sort of thing.
The 2016 T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial
Back in Super Bowl 50, we saw T-Mobile them twice during the Big Game on February 7th. The first commercial starred Drake and his “Hotline Bling.” The ad made fun of other carriers for all the restrictions and rules they impose on their customers.
Here’s the extended cut of Restricted Bling:
Their second Super Bowl 50 commercial starred Steve Harvey – and the color magenta.
Watch T-Mobile’s 2nd Super Bowl commercial called “Drop the Balls:”
The 2015 T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercials
In Super Bowl XLIX, T-Mobile went big on their Super Bowl ad buy, with 2 spots and a deep roster that included the one and only Kim Kardashian plus Sarah Silverman & Chelsea Handler.
The opening commercial of the big day was Kim Kardashian. It was a humorous play on a public service announcement and we can’t help but join along in laughter as Kim mocks herself. #KimDataStash
Comedians Sarah Silverman and Chelsea Handler battle it out in the second T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial from 2015.
The 2014 T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercials
The previous year, in honor of Super Bowl XLVIII, T-Mobile provider purchased three spots in the Big Game. Two of the spots starred Tim Tebow and played off the fact that he had “no contract.” The message: If you switch to T-Mobile, they’ll buy you out of your contract. Not a bad deal!
The 2008 T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial
Back in 2008, T-Mobile aired this Super Bowl XLII commercial, starring Dwayne Wade and Charles Barkley.