Ad Nut
Aug 13, 2015

Ad for 'double data' makes 'double data' seem unwise

From India: 'Smitten' by Ogilvy & Mather for Vodafone

Ad for 'double data' makes 'double data' seem unwise

A cellular plan with a higher data allowance is a universally good thing, which is why Vodafone and Ogilvy are free to highlight the potential negative consequences without fear that their ad will backfire. Ad Nut isn't a fan of the stereotypical gender roles on display here, but it's all in good fun and the performances are above average.



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