Commercial Break: Mobile phone orchestra tosser

26 October 2009

Here’s a new Vodafone ad from way down in New Zealand. In it, some friendless long-hair has built a wall of a thousand mobile phones and programmed them with various text alert tones. Then, because there are no real humans in his world who would want to hear from him, he sends the phones a text, tripping them into what can just about be made out to be the theme tune from The Banana Splits Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.

Is it an astounding feat of human endeavour or just a load of old bollocks? We’re not sure… but look at his face at 55 seconds – he’s clearly so pleased with what he’s done that he’s away off to monk one out somewhere quiet.

TOPICS:   Mobile

7 comments

  • ronnie
    that was shit
  • The B.
    He looks like Peter Jackson before he lost the weight.
  • dados
    Isn't he 1 of those knobbers from Krafwerk,they programmed early PC's fucked off for lunch & came back to a full album,what a load of arse
  • big d.
    haha the boring loser
  • Paul N.
    He could have used just one phone and set the ring tone as Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. Just saying.
  • Mewling P.
    That IS fucking shit. Thanks Vodafone, for reminding me what a bag of crap your company is. Thanks!
  • Parallax
    Try to imagine the size of his mobile bill at the end of that little exercise.

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