Apr 11 AT 4:44 PM Alberto Vildosola 18 Comments

New ad campaign from Sprint wants you to “unlimit” yourself

Sprint has launched a new ad campaign playing off the fact that they’re the only carrier in the U.S. with a truly unlimited everything plan. The new campaign — All.Together.Now —  makes an emphasis on how people can tweet, email, chat, text and watch YouTube videos all they want while using Sprint’s network. In summary,

Sprint is the only national wireless carrier offering unlimited pricing plans without data overages or throttling, which means they can use their smartphone or tablet as much as they like while on the Sprint network.

They’ve also released the first video for this new campaign. Our buddy Andy is shown a lot during the video, which never hurts. I have to say, I like this ad more than the Verizon LTE 4G and Xoom ads. For the simple fact that it shows the various ways people  can use Android. That’s what people need to see, just show Android and all the things you can do with it — not how some dude gets eaten by an alien spaceship.

Via: Phandroid

Source: Sprint

Alberto is a college student living somewhere between Miami, Sarasota and the World Wide Web. Although a former iPhone owner, Alberto is now a proud Android enthusiast. You can follow Alberto on Twitter and Google+ for his thoughts unworthy of an article.

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  • http://Website Sprint slave

    FIRST

    • http://Website Alex

      You weren’t breastfed as a child, were you?

  • http://Website daytrotter dave

    The Beatles!

  • http://Website ari-free

    That’s what people need to see, just show Android and all the things you can do with it – not how some dude gets eaten by an alien spaceship.

    or those stupid “rule the air! you go grr!l” ads

  • http://Website Mike

    How if only Sprint would get rid of their $10.00 Failboat fee …

  • http://Website pax

    Are they setting the stage for another $10 “super premium data” fee?……..everything for $69.99 + $10 and a little bit more……..

    • http://Website Jay555

      Yeah, the only thing Sprint wants you to unlimit yourself on is how much you’re willing to spend every month for their service. Premium fee = FAIL

  • http://Website Jason B

    I wish they would have “unlimited” the newly DOWNGRADED Sprint Premium Rewards program. I would have liked to upgrade to a Nexus S. Now I’ll just wait for my contract to expire in Oct. and switch carriers. Not letting me upgrade was worth more to Sprint instead of locking me in for two more years and charging me the the 4G $10 monthly fee.

  • http://Website panic

    U can bitch and complain about the xtra 10 bucks but ur data is still unlimited with no caps or throttle so Stfu and be grateful Sprint doesn’t hustle its customers like every other carrier

  • http://Website Mark

    This is what unlimited is meant to be.

    Carrier throttling or overage charges for something that was advertised as UNLIMITED, says UNLIMITED on your bill and then they charge you extra for going over what? It’s like buying a car and the manufacturer or dealer saying “Hey, if you go over 50 mph, we will throttle your speed down to 3mph”.

  • http://Website watbetch

    I guess they’ve forgotten that their WiMAX provider shapes traffic and has “User Management” (throttling).

    Verizon has unlimited for all features.

    Unlimit yourself is a tagline stolen from MetroPCS I believe

    They have an extra fee on top of their plans that include “everything”

    = Sprint, deceptive

  • http://www.bankscabinets.com Cody

    I agree with what you said about showing what android can do and not stupid crap like an alien. So true, the more people see how powerful android is the more people will come to understand why it is so awesome!

  • http://Website Daniel

    Now that’s one beautiful ad. Really like it!

  • http://Website Gee

    Nice ad but as a Sprint user all I can say: Unlimited slow data. C’mon, Sprint. Fix this damn network congestion problem. 300 kb/s ain’t cutting it!

  • http://Website Corn-fused

    I remember reading somewhere that Sprint has (had?) a 10GB ‘cap’ on their unlimited plans, im assuming what I read was referring to throttled speeds as opposed to overages. So this isn’t true? Sprint’s plans are TRULY unlimited, as in one could consume 50GB / month on his/her EVO and suffer no penalty? If so, I am thoroughly impressed!

  • http://Website ari-free

    This is very important if everyone will be videochatting and playing onLive games on the HTC tablets. Everyone else will be anxiously hoarding their precious megabytes.

  • http://Ocean.1974@hotmail.com Jay

    I like the commercial.

  • http://Website Raldy Vargas

    WTF? “Unlimit yourself”? Doesn’t that sound familiar? Haven’t we heard that phrase before? Oh yeah. “Hello, Hello, Hello”… They seriously stole that from MetroPCS… Although their Current slogan is “Wireless for All”.

  1. Sprint slaveGuest 4 years ago

    FIRST

    • AlexGuest 4 years ago

      You weren’t breastfed as a child, were you?

  2. daytrotter daveGuest 4 years ago

    The Beatles!

  3. ari-freeGuest 4 years ago

    That’s what people need to see, just show Android and all the things you can do with it – not how some dude gets eaten by an alien spaceship.

    or those stupid “rule the air! you go grr!l” ads

  4. MikeGuest 4 years ago

    How if only Sprint would get rid of their $10.00 Failboat fee …

  5. paxGuest 4 years ago

    Are they setting the stage for another $10 “super premium data” fee?……..everything for $69.99 + $10 and a little bit more……..

    • Jay555Guest 4 years ago

      Yeah, the only thing Sprint wants you to unlimit yourself on is how much you’re willing to spend every month for their service. Premium fee = FAIL

  6. Jason BGuest 4 years ago

    I wish they would have “unlimited” the newly DOWNGRADED Sprint Premium Rewards program. I would have liked to upgrade to a Nexus S. Now I’ll just wait for my contract to expire in Oct. and switch carriers. Not letting me upgrade was worth more to Sprint instead of locking me in for two more years and charging me the the 4G $10 monthly fee.

  7. panicGuest 4 years ago

    U can bitch and complain about the xtra 10 bucks but ur data is still unlimited with no caps or throttle so Stfu and be grateful Sprint doesn’t hustle its customers like every other carrier

  8. MarkGuest 4 years ago

    This is what unlimited is meant to be.

    Carrier throttling or overage charges for something that was advertised as UNLIMITED, says UNLIMITED on your bill and then they charge you extra for going over what? It’s like buying a car and the manufacturer or dealer saying “Hey, if you go over 50 mph, we will throttle your speed down to 3mph”.

  9. watbetchGuest 4 years ago

    I guess they’ve forgotten that their WiMAX provider shapes traffic and has “User Management” (throttling).

    Verizon has unlimited for all features.

    Unlimit yourself is a tagline stolen from MetroPCS I believe

    They have an extra fee on top of their plans that include “everything”

    = Sprint, deceptive

  10. CodyGuest 4 years ago

    I agree with what you said about showing what android can do and not stupid crap like an alien. So true, the more people see how powerful android is the more people will come to understand why it is so awesome!

  11. DanielGuest 4 years ago

    Now that’s one beautiful ad. Really like it!

  12. GeeGuest 4 years ago

    Nice ad but as a Sprint user all I can say: Unlimited slow data. C’mon, Sprint. Fix this damn network congestion problem. 300 kb/s ain’t cutting it!

  13. Corn-fusedGuest 4 years ago

    I remember reading somewhere that Sprint has (had?) a 10GB ‘cap’ on their unlimited plans, im assuming what I read was referring to throttled speeds as opposed to overages. So this isn’t true? Sprint’s plans are TRULY unlimited, as in one could consume 50GB / month on his/her EVO and suffer no penalty? If so, I am thoroughly impressed!

  14. ari-freeGuest 4 years ago

    This is very important if everyone will be videochatting and playing onLive games on the HTC tablets. Everyone else will be anxiously hoarding their precious megabytes.

  15. JayGuest 4 years ago

    I like the commercial.

  16. Raldy VargasGuest 4 years ago

    WTF? “Unlimit yourself”? Doesn’t that sound familiar? Haven’t we heard that phrase before? Oh yeah. “Hello, Hello, Hello”… They seriously stole that from MetroPCS… Although their Current slogan is “Wireless for All”.