Sprint debuts five new “Warning” commercials [VIDEO]

Sprint debuts five new “Warning” commercials [VIDEO]

Sprint has just released a set of five new commercials, each only fifteen seconds long.  Centered around the same “Warning” theme, they essentially tout the same service – unlimited data.  As we’re reminded in the following ads, you’re not getting unlimited data if you’re using Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile.  Our favorite is “No Socializing”, what’s yours?

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  1. k0nane
    November 18, 16:48 Reply

    I like Jellyfish.

    But I like all of them. A media blitz for unlimited data is a good thing.

  2. Nobuyuki Sakamoto
    November 19, 19:38 Reply

    All of them are good, but a bit ironic since they clipped my mobile hotspot from unlimited to 5 GB recently.

    Glad they’re pushing the issue.  T-Mobile still seems to advertise Unlimited Data (and the biggest 4G data network).

  3. Anonymous
    November 20, 13:04 Reply

    “Unlimited Data” but crappy all around service….Sprint Sucks.

    • Kudzooman
      November 28, 17:27 Reply

      Chris Elwood from Punk’d and How High and he is on new show Ringer on CW

  4. Guest
    March 30, 12:51 Reply

    hey!  that’s the trash guy from flipping out and jenni’s ex-husband

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