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MTS' Wi-Fi Ad Has a Baby Refuse to Be Born into a House Without Internet

 - Feb 17, 2015
References: & creativecriminals
Playing off the notion that babies are born more tech-savvy than ever before, this Wi-Fi ad from mobile telecom provider MTS India features an infant who protests to the higher powers so that he doesn't have to be delivered into a house without an Internet connection.

When reasoning with the child, God claims that it doesn't make sense for the family to have an Internet plan, as they are without computers. However, the persistent baby argues that the family has three smartphones and God suddenly transforms into a salesman for the MTS Homespot plan for instant Wi-Fi access. As absurd as this MTS India commercial is, there are definitely some people who can relate to feeling that desire to be constantly connected to the web.