Bredbandsbolaget to run 3D ad campaign in cinemas

Thursday 7 March 2013 | 15:16 CET | News
Telenor's Swedish broadband company Bredbandsbolaget announced a new advertising campaign. The commercial is in 3D and is especially addressed to cinema audiences. Running under the slogan 'Everybody can be faster (Alla kan bli snabbare)', this is the second ad of a series of similar ads from the operator that will be shown during 2013. The 3D ad will start to appear at Swedish cinema chain SF Bio in April.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Bredbandsbolaget / Telenor
Countries: Sweden
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