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About Sprint Unlimited TV Commercial, 'Time to Go' Song by Johann Sebastian Bach

Evelyn the robot is back again, this time showing off her impressive piano talents in the recording studio. After playing a snippet of Bach's "Invention No. 13," she stops abruptly to express her frustration toward humans who choose to pay so much more for Verizon when they could be saving with Sprint, especially when all networks are great these days. Evelyn's robot comrades agree, frustrating the studio manager who tells the group they should just go work for Sprint if they love it so much. The robots don't take his words lightly and drive out of the building as he chases after them remorsefully. One robot says "Bye-bye" while another exclaims, "See you later, Dr. Dumbface!" The robots head to Sprint Headquarters where they plan to help humans get the best price for Unlimited.

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Tagline
“Switch to Sprint”
Phone
1-800-SPRINT-1
Mood
Funny
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None have been identified for this spot
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Droga5 (Creative Agency)

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