Sprint, which offers unlimited data on its iPhone handsets (and promises to continue—even with a LTE iPhone), released a video today that makes fun of the Data Sharing plans its U.S. competitors, AT&T and Verizon, have recently debuted.

AT&T sparked even more controversy by only allowing FaceTime over its network with the purchase of Data Sharing plans last month.

This looks to be the same group that did a great “Happy Accidents” commercial for its Virgin subsidiary, which is also very nicely done.

Well played Sprint. Well played.

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