Idea Cellular has Come out with a New Theme Campaign this Diwali on ‘Secularism’ [ Video]

By November 9th, 2012 AT 2:52 PM

Idea Cellular one of the most aggressive operator in mobile service or telecom product marketing campaign has come back with yet another advertisement on the occasion of  Diwali which is going to be thrown on air within few days.

The icing on the cake is depiction of the simplicity in Idea Cellular’s refreshing new campaign as all earlier campaigns. The new again has again discussed a topic which encompass all of us, ‘Secularism’. The new ad says ‘Religion no bar for Diwali or festivals celebrations.’

If you are following Idea advertisements right from the launch, You could notice the fact that Idea always targets people with a general, powerful, social message OR social work.Remember the “Break The Language Barrier” which shows and says No Language is Necessary to Communicate!.

How’s the new campaign and Let Us Know your Take on this ‘Ad’. Drop a comment!

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Saurabh Gupta
Saurabh Gupta

i always loved idea’s add but not their terriff

Pratik Gujarathi
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As always Awesome!!!!

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