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Topic # 5245 11-Oct-2005 19:45
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you know that vodafone 3G video calling tv ad...like that one where there's that guy surfing behind dogs... and the other ones...

does anyone know the music in the background???

pleeeease!! i'm desperate to know what it is.. lol

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Reply # 21350 11-Oct-2005 21:18
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wait for it to come on again and then use Telecoms Song ID service




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Reply # 21360 11-Oct-2005 23:29
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Disenchanted: wait for it to come on again and then use Telecoms Song ID service


But then you'd require an 025/027 handset, no?




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Reply # 21364 12-Oct-2005 06:47
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Vodafone have also licenced the technology as well and were supposed to be launching it later in the year, anybody know anything about this that they can talk about?


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Reply # 21374 12-Oct-2005 10:45
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Check this site in the next few days, someone has asked the question already (post # 270)
http://digitalmusic.weblogsinc.com/entry/2746421320817397.

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Reply # 21375 12-Oct-2005 10:50
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What's really funny is that the question #270 about a Vodafone TV ad is in a topic about an iPod ad... Talk about OT - and seeing that this iPod ad is mostly aired in the USA, no one there will know the answer, since VF will not show this ad there - ever...





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Reply # 21381 12-Oct-2005 13:01

Did I also hear that VFNZ departed from the traditional 3G advertising in favour of its own especially in NZ?

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Reply # 21387 12-Oct-2005 15:36
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cokemaster:
Disenchanted: wait for it to come on again and then use Telecoms Song ID service


But then you'd require an 025/027 handset, no?

I thought -everyone- had an 027 phone, no?

Oh wait - im in the wrong forum




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Reply # 21398 12-Oct-2005 17:03
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Disenchanted: wait for it to come on again and then use Telecoms Song ID service


ermmm but would that work?? i mean the ad has a lot of talking in it. i cant catch any lyrics of that song because the ad-guy's voice makes the song hard to hear. can any of you guys catch some lyrics?

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Reply # 21414 12-Oct-2005 20:31
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email vodafone customer services - it might take a few days of forwarding your email around, but you may get an answer




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Reply # 21423 12-Oct-2005 23:52
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I can possibly find out.

Anyway, the popular Baileys "antigravity bar" ad is "4 hero - les fleur"

Ipod ad for the Normal ipod is "Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc"

I can email the Baileys ad to anyone who would like it.. it seems to be quite popular. PM me.


Shame the voice quality with 027 is so shocking on most phones that Telecom Song ID does not work. I spent $10 trying to get it to guess that Gorillaz song which Telecom gladly refunded!

Luckily the Sanyo does work well and has well restored my faith in 027.

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Reply # 21425 12-Oct-2005 23:57
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paradoxsm:
Shame the voice quality with 027 is so shocking on most phones that Telecom Song ID does not work. I spent $10 trying to get it to guess that Gorillaz song which Telecom gladly refunded!

Luckily the Sanyo does work well and has well restored my faith in 027.


I thought that it said on the tv ad that it was 89c (might be wrong) on each successful ID.




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Reply # 21428 13-Oct-2005 00:02
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okay smarty pants.... I got charged $9.90

And it usually thought it was Kanye West. various songs, must be a poularity algo,

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Reply # 21431 13-Oct-2005 00:10
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I wasn't trying to be smart.... but there was something from that ad that bugged me.


From Telecom Song ID page
You can Song ID as many songs as you like and it costs just 99c for each successful song tag. And if we're unable to tag your track, you won't be charged.


(Was wrong about the 89c thing)

Going back on topic... has anyone tried the voda ad to see if it ID's?




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Reply # 21477 13-Oct-2005 16:49
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Disenchanted: email vodafone customer services - it might take a few days of forwarding your email around, but you may get an answer


I emailed them and this is what i got...

All the music for our 3G advertisment was written specifically for Vodafone NZ and is sung by Dee Taylor ( guitarist/vocalist for " Mary " a NZ girl band ). The music does not have a title and is not available for sale or copy.

yep so i got my question answered but the sad thing is that the song was WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY for Vodafone... and also... it's NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE.
>_< very stinky... hahaha

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