Verizon Switches Off Drama In Latest Home Internet Campaign

A post-holiday Verizon Home Internet commercial switches off the drama queen at a party to show there's no drama in the company's latest low-priced monthly service plan that is guaranteed for years. 

To kick off the new year, Verizon introduced new deals across mobile, home and streaming to help customers save.

“Drama Queen” builds on the recently released Drama King spot showcasing how Verizon has a better plan to save with fast, reliable and affordable internet service.

At a party, a guest named Carrie, played by Brie Eley, walks up to Sue, the host, played by Lauren Burns, to say: "I'm sorry, Sue, I can't get the Wi-Fi." Sue says: "No one can. We got rid of cable internet, rising prices and equipment charges." 

Carrie tells Sue that her response is a "bit dramatic" and that a better plan is Verizon Home Internet, fast and reliable for just $35 per month and guaranteed for five years.

Created by the agency Ogilvy, the after holiday savings theme is intended to support customers without hidden fees and extra equipment charges to save on home internet. 

The 30-second spot began running last week across online video and social-media platforms.

A 10-second version will run on Meta and Snapchat, as well as static display and social-media ad units, ads on Spotify, and local radio in select markets. 

Verizon handled the media buy. The ad will run through February 28, 2024.

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