Yaya Dub, half of the now fastest rising onscreen love team AlDub, is now leading the latest TV commercial of USA smartphone brand O+ together with Wally Bayola’s character, Lola Nidora.

Still in character, Nicomaine Mendoza lip syncs Lola Nidora’s lamentations on traffic. Heavy traffic nowadays is the usual problem of commuters especially those passing through EDSA. And O+ seemed to be able to catch up with this national issue.

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The short skit shows the two sitting in a car, stuck in traffic. Rogelio is also shown behind the stirring wheel. Of course, since Lola Nidora is in the storyline, her famous lines will never be missed like ‘sa tamang panahon’ and ‘babala’.

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While Lola Nidora complains of losing all her energy due to traffic, Yaya Dub seemed to be able to keep her cool with her O+ Ultra phone that is said to last for as long as two days. The commercial also shows Yaya Dub in various costumes and still in the middle of traffic. Of course, Yaya Dub’s famous word ‘Forever’ is shown too in her fan sign.

O+ Ultra "Forever"
The most awaited O+ Ultra TVC with Yaya Dub. #YayaDub #Aldub #MerongForever #OplusUSA Aldub AlDub Philippines AlDub Official ALDUB Nation
Posted by O+ USA on Saturday, September 26, 2015
Before the commercial was released, behind the scene photos had circulated in various social media sites, giving clues to the fans on what it was about.

The commercial was officially aired for the first time on September 26, 2015, the day that is also designated to be the national Pabebe Wave Day. It is the third ad Maine Mendoza had starred in after her McDonald’s TVC and Talk n Text ad with Alden Richards.

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