Another TV Advert Encourages The Nation To 'Come Together' During COVID-19 Pandemic Self Isolation

Vodafone Wants The UK To Keep Connecting During The COVID-19 Pandemic.

Vodafone Keeping the UK connecting to each other during the COVID-19 pandemic and self-isolation rules, advertising their services with 'Come Together' by The Beatles (Credit: Vodafone/ YouTube).

The Beatles 'Come Together' song was used earlier in the year by the British telecommunications company, along with a variety of adverts during the Coronavirus pandemic. 'Come Together' is a superb choice and Vodafone have selected it as their anthem to try and united the UK to stay positive in these difficult and trying times. You can watch the new advert that perfectly compliments the previous video below.

People have been relying on technology to keep connected during these difficult times to ensure that even though they are isolated, they are not completely alone. The video can also be viewed on Vodafone's YouTube Channel.

Vodafone Keeping the UK connecting to each other during the COVID-19 pandemic and self-isolation rules, advertising their services with 'Come Together' by The Beatles (Credit: Vodafone/ YouTube).

The video was uploaded on the 18th June 2020 is 30 seconds long and have been broadcast across the UK to advertise Vodafone's services. The company has chosen the hashtag 'Keep Connecting', and emphasised everyone working together to get through this tough time by choosing the song 'Come Together' by The Beatles, as the track to their advertisement.

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