Movistar does the Harlem Shake with the BlackBerry Z10

By Adam Zeis on 9 Apr 2013 10:21 am EDT
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More and more carriers are pumping out their own commercials for the BlackBerry Z10. We've seen Verizon drop a great one with BBM Video and now Spanish carrier Movistar has joined in on the fun. Moviestar operates mostly in Spain and Latin America and has recently made the Z10 available. 

Their commercial features the ever-popular Harlem Shake and shows off a couple watching some videos on YouTube while using the predictive text keyboard and share features of BlackBerry 10

While I'm not a fan of the Harlem Shake, it certainly is a wave that is worth riding for a BlackBerry commercial so it's fine by me.

Check out the ad above and let us know what you think in the comments!

Thanks @shahriyarali 

34 comments

slade632

lol awesome, but that is not the real harlem shake! G-dep would be pissed lol

thatplaybookguy

The artist who made the song Harlem Shake is Baauer.

Nugzie

That's not what he's referring to.

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rhon3g

This is cool. I like it

BlackBerry Z10...blackberry for life

Empyrean

Nice! I wish there was much more in terms of ads for the BB10 devices. They're kind-of scant on TV here in Canada.

Elite1

We must watch different channels. I see tons of Bell ads for the Z10.
So far only seen one single ad actually by BBRY, besides the Super Bowl.

This is how you CB10, son!

spike007

Shame Movistar Spain is still not offering the Z10. All the other Spanish providers are but still no sign from the largest operator in the country.

BBornot2B

This ad is from Movistar Chile... but Movistar España to offer BB10 soon hopefully

cmdrkeen86

And people thought the Verizon branding was to much...glad I'm not on Movistar.

GonzoMau

I was really scared about carrier branding, but luckily there's no sign of it on the actual units that are being sold right now.

KMB4

Just so you're aware, the CB10 link for this video is set to youtube not vimeo. I had to go to the browser on my computer to see the right link. It's fine on the website.

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notinbeta

It's "Movistar" not "Moviestar" :)

pepe241185

Lol @ MovieStar

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Louis Belshaw

Pressing the link just takes you to YouTube not the actual video so how do we find the video...

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aloofkid

For some odd reason that carrier branding is the worst I've seen

GonzoMau

Actually, that`s only for the ad. The units have no carrier branding. :)

wgtcarlos

+1 on the video not working... I would love to watch this, maybe it's a location issue. I'm trying to watch it from Brazil ;)

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SDTRMG

I'm in Canada

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java0317

Nice to see they are pushing it BUT I really think they could have done a MUCH better job showing predictive text. +1 for the effort, though.

nhatcuong

Very interesting but the video can't be played in my z10. Google api just don't works. Any way that can be fixed?

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nhatcuong

Please :)

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Douken

Chileans are fond to Internet trends. I guess that's why that commercial is like that.

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iamaragingtornado

Me no see no video

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D5V1D

Google Z10 movistar harlem shake

or

YouTube search Z10 movistar harlem shake

Not complicated people

RedxD

Still no word about Z10 on Movistar Venezuela.

ThunderShock2005

the just made the Z10 look hella ugly with their branding.
and I thought Verizon made it gross already.

Rootbrian

Read the comments above, it's unbranded. They added them in for the ad.

mpokeras

the advertisement is concerning some ...other country but not the Spain.
Please note that the "quota" is in dollars.

On top of that, few minutes ago I had a bad argument with the @@@ of the movistar spain (gran canaria) to renew my corporate mobile after 2 and half years and they are offering the 9320 (???) or 9790.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH, I AM SO IMPRESSED!!!

Now I looking to move 9 mobiles numbers and 4 usb sticks data plans with a monthly expense of about 1,200-1,500 euros to orange or vodafone. I have more corporate numbers (20+) but I 'll leave that with them just to use my bonus points for new equipment and the "hasta la vista, bay".

Are they morals?

Any idea who among vodafone-orange has better coverage and cheaper tariffs?