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Topic # 143853 29-Apr-2014 17:41
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I'm sorry...but,  GGGGGG Good God

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  Reply # 1033286 29-Apr-2014 17:44
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ah its a great ad :P makes you talk about it haha




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  Reply # 1033289 29-Apr-2014 17:46
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GGGGGG Good God.. yes is a bit over the top.
Already an open thread on this about telecom unlimited found in the Telecom section.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1033291 29-Apr-2014 17:49
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Edit: Nvm

Its a great advert. Very catchy.

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  Reply # 1033292 29-Apr-2014 17:50
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Finch:


Hope that BBCode works...



Nope.

Make sure you get the end of the code after the watch?=







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  Reply # 1033305 29-Apr-2014 17:55
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TimA: GGGGGG Good God.. yes is a bit over the top.
Already an open thread on this about telecom unlimited found in the Telecom section.


Hi TimA  yes saw the other thread but I thought this was more specific to the ad as apposed to the plan (which is a nice move)

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  Reply # 1033307 29-Apr-2014 17:56
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Are they all telecom staff in the advert? 

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mattwnz: Are they all telecom staff in the advert? 


yea, the guy that sang is plambrechtsen. world famous on geekzone





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  Reply # 1033320 29-Apr-2014 18:38
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nakedmolerat:
mattwnz: Are they all telecom staff in the advert? 


yea, the guy that sang is plambrechtsen. world famous on geekzone




if you ask me, they would have been better off doing a play on this gif than that add, i cant stand it! just comes across as far too crude humour for me.. 





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  Reply # 1033370 29-Apr-2014 19:29
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Well to highlight 'unlimited' broadband you need an 'unlimited' ad.......

Aside from that, I may have fallen asleep or accidentally changed channels

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  Reply # 1033384 29-Apr-2014 19:49
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Well I liked it!




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  Reply # 1033388 29-Apr-2014 19:52
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no need for any other entries, Fair Go has its winner for worst ad, and its only April.

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  Reply # 1033574 29-Apr-2014 23:13
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Could be the winner for Best + Worst ad.

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  Reply # 1033610 30-Apr-2014 07:49
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ubernoob: I'm sorry...but,  GGGGGG Good God


Whatever they are selling I can assure them that appealing to that particular cultural idiom ensures I won't be buying it....!





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Reply # 1033613 30-Apr-2014 07:55
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Must be working as people are speaking about the ad, Win win for Telecom NZ

They have also invented a new word ' Giganaire '

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  Reply # 1033615 30-Apr-2014 07:57
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just incase anyone else had no clue what the discussion was about



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