Campaign India Team
May 07, 2009

WATCH the Making of Vodafone ZooZoo spots

After all the ZooZoo antics in the online and offline world, Vodafone has released ‘The Making of ZooZoos’ online for all to see. The characters created for the telecom brand’s value added services (VAS) have taken on a life of their own in the social media space with the official Facebook page for the ZooZoos claiming to have hit the 70,000 fan mark recently. For all those curious about a peek into the making of the ZooZoo commercials, check out the videos below. Watch the videos here:  

WATCH the Making of Vodafone ZooZoo spots

After all the ZooZoo antics in the online and offline world, Vodafone has released ‘The Making of ZooZoos’ online for all to see.

The characters created for the telecom brand’s value added services (VAS) have taken on a life of their own in the social media space with the official Facebook page for the ZooZoos claiming to have hit the 70,000 fan mark recently.

For all those curious about a peek into the making of the ZooZoo commercials, check out the videos below.

Watch the videos here:

 

 

Making of 'Vodafone Unwanted Calls' from Campaign India on Vimeo.

Making of 'Vodafone Stock Alerts' from Campaign India on Vimeo.

Making of 'Vodafone Phone Back up' from Campaign India on Vimeo.

Making of 'Vodafone Musical Greetings' from Campaign India on Vimeo.

Making of 'Vodafone Chota Credit' from Campaign India on Vimeo.

Source:
Campaign India

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