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Rank These Ads: Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down? - TelecomPK

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Published on December 2nd, 2008 | by Babar Bhatti


Rank These Ads: Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down?

Which of the above 4 advertisements above do you think is the best and why? Which is the worst?

Why thse ads? Blogger IdeaReader originally wrote about these ads at  his/her blog here at IdeaReader.com. I thought it would be interesting to seek your opinion and see what a larger audience comes up with.

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0 Responses to Rank These Ads: Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down?

  1. Mohsin Mahmood says:


    Add has Lesser text and more character, it just seems like a person who is in a habbit of staying quiet but yet conveys everything he/she needs too.


    Mohsin Mahmood

  2. KarmaStrikesAgain says:

    Jazz 1. That one created a stir in the market. The most controversial ad so far which made competitors from all around respond. You also cannot compare all four of those ads because only two are campaigns and rest of the two are make-shift advertisings.

  3. Babar Bhatti says:

    PTCL is the winner and Zong is runner up. It is clear that people do not like too much text and graphic.

    Thanks all for your votes/comments.

  4. der-sed says:


    clean and simple

  5. Muhammad Zia says:

    hmmmmmmm Well i m not a big lover of any of these companys except Jazz i like it up to some extent.I m the Hardcoure lover of Telenor D-juice.
    Where as abt these add i love to vote ZonG because it a one of the fast growing company and in this add the combination of colour are gud……..

  6. sk90y says:


  7. aamir attaa says:

    i would vote for PTCL’s ad…

  8. Babar Bhatti says:

    I agree, zong’s ad is clean and attractive. I also like the play on ‘free’ in ptcl ad.

  9. Saadia says:


    Less text to read.

    Attractive colours.

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