Maybe they were trying to compare cellphones to women (i.e. aspiring to be just as seductive?) and not vice versa?
I don't know, but their Engish is awful, and I was insulted by the idea that women can't be "good looking" and "good working" at the same time, unless, of course, a man wants to pay lots of money.
I don't care for the ad mentioned by the OP, either. I don't think it was intentionally racist, but it's definitely insensitive... Just like the cellphone vs. women ad. Maybe it's not meant to be misogynistic, but it's definitely derogatory on some level. "Inconvenient without it. Annoying with it?" Come on. That's a really bad thing to say about a woman.