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Stock market

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April 2009
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Print advertisment created by McCann, Sweden for Telia, within the category: Professional Services.

With Swedens best coverage (network), and not more than 9 Swedish crowns a day, you can reach internet wherever you are. Send the SMS SURF to 4466 to get started. This price is valid for mobile surf in Sweden.

Advertising Agency: Storåkers McCann, Stockholm, Sweden
Art Directors / Copywriters: Jonas Frank, Sofia Ekelund
Photographer: Petrus Olsson, Adamsky

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tantrik_indian's picture
tantrik_indian
Activity Score 953

Like it.

~~this paranoid survived!~~

tantrik_indian's picture
tantrik_indian
Activity Score 953

Like it.

~~this paranoid survived!~~

TRICKY's picture
TRICKY
Activity Score 3954

i dont get why the stock people are smaller than the person using the mobile
besides the line has nothing to do with the visual

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

mattattaxx's picture
mattattaxx
Activity Score 273

the user is the focus
they're coming from the cellphone
there are tons of them

TRICKY's picture
TRICKY
Activity Score 3954

well nothing tells me they came from the cellphone???!!!!!

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

mattattaxx's picture
mattattaxx
Activity Score 273

it's the only thing to advertise in the image, and if you know the brand, you know it's for wireless.

corndogfuneral's picture
corndogfuneral
Activity Score 1053

I wish it showed the craziness of the stock-market floor.

Guest's picture
Guest

Let's face it advertising is dead....unless AOTW is deliberately putting up this shit!!!

ivan's picture
ivan

You know what they say! Don't blame the messenger. ;)

samwanzer28's picture
samwanzer28
Activity Score 313

Gullivers...

Gott's picture
Gott
Activity Score 36

This concept seems like something anyone could think up. Uninspired copy as well.
"Stock market in your mobile" is not something that's going to catch my attention unless it was 5-7 years ago, and this was the first phone to do that sort of thing.

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