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Vodafone India: VAS Commercials January 7, 2008

Posted by Arun Rajagopal in Advertising, Conversations, India.
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I love these recent commercials from Vodafone India promoting their value added services. The best thing about them is that you don’t know what they lead to till the last frame, which makes you hooked on to the commercial. This kind of storytelling looks very refreshing and entertaining on TV.



1. Sriti Kumar - March 13, 2008

This is so funny !! I think they have done really well job !! I am sure after the Hutch pug ad I love these ads!! Hope to see the Hutch Pug soon !!

2. nitasha - May 11, 2008

the pug is the cutest thing on indian television today…all the advertisements are very unique….the ‘happy to help’ ads with the little girl and her dog helping her out is a beutiful idea…hope to c more of them in da future….cheers!!!

3. preine - June 2, 2008

hey..im doin a reserach on the market effectiveness of vodaodone ads..
wat do ul think about the new “happy to help” ads by vodafone??

4. Sonam - March 2, 2009

god all the ads are really gud. everytime i watch these ads i get some great ideas n dat really helps. who eve is behind those ads, hats off for you. keep up the gud work.

5. Evans - May 6, 2009

man these ppl knw how to make commercials. im lukin for those white cartoons ones from vodafone i.ve been searching form them all ova. if u get them plz inform me

6. Mahima - May 6, 2009

these adds are simply lovely ! in the hard tension of the criket mathes these adds give an outstanding refreshment to us.they make us laugh all the time . please never stop making these adds with the cute round egg looking creatures . keep up the awesome creativity.
good luck
i shall look foward to more of these fabulas adds!!!!

7. Daideepya Sharma - December 17, 2009

Definitely some of the best advs

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