Sky Mobile has released a new advert to highlight that Sky Mobile rolls over your spare data for up to 3 years, so you can be confident you’ll get to use all the data you’ve paid for.
“Wouldn’t it be nice to keep hold of things you’d normally lose?” actress Lily James asks in the opening of the 30-second spot, which features a boy with glasses holding the soccer ball during a game and scoring, after avoiding the entire opposing team.
“Well, Sky Mobile rolls with spare data so you can keep hold of it for up to three years,” the actress says at the end of the video, adding the tagline “Hello Possible”.
The soundtrack music is the 1966 single “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” by the American rock band the Beach Boys. The song, which is opening track from their 1966 album Pet Sounds, is available for purchase on Amazon for £0.99.
With Sky Mobile, your spare data is rolled over into your Sky Piggybank, ready for you to use when you need it so you can use it later if you ever run short, share with up to 7 SIMs on your account, and exchange for money off a new phone. One thing is sure: whether it’s your first SIM or you’re adding a family member to your account, there’s always a reason to join Sky Mobile.
In a previous ad for Sky Mobile, the British star promotes the iPhone 13 while attending a wedding and urges viewers to discover a world of possibilities and “get the perfect iPhone 13 on the perfect network”.
Lily James became a spokesperson for Sky Mobile in 2018 and has starred since then in several ads for the network.
The actress also appeared in a TV ad campaign that aired from 2020 and into 2021 and promoted the iPhone 12 Pro on their network.