The Super Bowl is still a few days away, but apparently Sprint just couldn’t wait any longer to share its ad for the big game.
Sprint today revealed its Super Bowl LI commercial, which Sprint says “humorously addresses the great lengths one might go to avoid a pricey Verizon phone bill.” The clip shows a man pushing his car over a cliff to fake his own death, only to be informed by Paul Marcarelli — former Verizon Test Man — that he could switch to Sprint and take advantage of their offer of 50 percent off competitors’ rate plans.
Alongside its Super Bowl ad, Sprint announced that it’ll launch a new promotion this Friday, February 3. The promo offers Sprint’s unlimited plan with unlimited talk, text, and mobile-optimized data for $50 per month. You can get two lines for $90 per month and additional lines for $30 per month each.
This $50 unlimited plan is only available to consumers that switch to Sprint. It’ll be available through the end of March. After March 31, 2018, the price of this rate plan will go up to $60 per month.
As a reminder, the mobile-optimized data included with this Sprint unlimited plan offers video streams up to 480p, music streams up to 500Kbps, and streaming gaming at 2Mbps.