NET10 or League of Evil

Tracfone is promoting Net10 Mobile Services through the eyes of the League of Evil, a fearsome group of villains who have finally met a force more evil than themselves: their cell phone company. In contrast, Net10 is shown as having no contracts, no bills and no evil.

Sharak in League of Evil campaign


Five of the eight animated spots from the League of Evil campaign are online at the Net10 No Evil YouTube channel.

Meanwhile, at the League of Evil…

Agent

Agent discovers that evil cell phone companies charge big fees to cancel.

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Nights and Weekends

Evil cell phone companies charge for “free” nights and weekends. “But nights and weekends am free”.

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Obvious

The evil of most cell phone companies is so very subtle…

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Sharak

Sharak the shark complains about evil cell phone companies that charge you even when you don’t use your phone.

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Brain

Confusing cell phone bills are evil.

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Credits

The League of Evil campaign was developed at Droga5, New York, by creative chairman David Droga, executive creative director Ted Royer, copywriter Kevin Brady, art director Alex Lea, agency producer Robin Feldman.

Animation was directed by Mike Foran via World Leaders Entertainment, New York, with producers Charlie Miller and Ben Stein.

The campaign won a Gold Film Lion at Cannes, a Gold award at the One Show, and a Silver at the ANDY Awards.