Sprint TV spots dig at rival’s shared data plans
Sprint, no fan of shared data plans, has started airing commercials which poke at the idea of pooling data together for families. OK, maybe not so much at the plans, but more how one determines who gets the bulk of the bucket. Seems like it could be maddening, no? The video, embedded below, is what we imagine will be the first of similar TV spots.
Who in your family has the most body hair? Or the least knee cartilage?
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