Adverts for Hutchison 3G UK


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May 2010 Mobile Phone Network   
Notes: Bringing You An Even Better Network
Artist: Vince DiCola
Song / Music: Training Montage (Rocky IV)
Artist: Viki Bailey
Notes: Appearance
May 2009 Freedom with Skype   
Notes: Changing Mobile Forever
Artist: Jason Hicks
Notes: Appearance
Jun 2006 3
Notes: Balloons
Artist: Solu Music
Song / Music: Fade (Feat. Kimblee)   
Jun 2006 Mobile TV
Notes: Balloons
Artist: Minotaur Shock
Song / Music: Muesli   
May 2006 3 Mobile
Notes: Coloured Ribbons
Artist: Leroy Anderson
Song / Music: Forgotten Dreams   
Feb 2006 3 Mobile Network
Notes: Paid For Answering Calls
Artist: Lipps Inc.
Song / Music: Funkytown   
Sep 2005 We Love Music   
Notes: Naughty Treats
Artist: Chi-Lites
Song / Music: Have You Seen Her   
Jun 2005 3   
Notes: Hands
Artist: Kyu Sakamoto
Song / Music: Sukiyaki   
Mar 2005 Orange 3G Video Phones   
Notes: Orange executives persuade Elton John to be the 'face' of Orange 3G
Artist: Elton John
Song / Music: Turn The Lights Out When You Leave      
Artist: Elton John
Notes: Appearance
Dec 2004 3 Mobile   
Notes: Giant Jellyfish We Like Sharing
Artist: The Infadels
Song / Music: Give Yourself to Me (Reality TV)      
Oct 2004 Mobile Phone Network   
Notes: Singing Cherry
Artist: Chicago
Song / Music: If You Leave Me Now   
Aug 2004 3 Mobile Artist: Alvin Stardust
Song / Music: My Coo Ca Choo      
May 2004 Three Pay
Notes: Every Minute Costs The Same!
Artist: Lo Fidelity Allstars
Song / Music: Many Tentacles Pimping On The Keys
Mar 2004 Three The Evolution Artist: Louis Armstrong
Song / Music: La Vie En Rose (Cover version)   
Mar 2004 Three The Evolution Artist: Anna Friel
Notes: Appearance
Oct 2003 Video Mobile Phones Artist: T.Rex
Song / Music: Children Of The Revolution   
Jun 2003 3 Artist: Steve Edge
Notes: Appearance

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