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Standard User roughbeast
(member) Wed 28-May-14 13:54:55
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Adverising accuracy


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For the first time today I noticed that BT Infinity is now being advertised on TV as 'copper and fibre broadband'. ( It's in the small print under the main slogan.) BT won't have brought in this bit of honesty willingly. I missed the ruling on this. When were they told to behave?

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Standard User pcoventry76
(knowledge is power) Wed 28-May-14 14:49:45
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Re: Adverising accuracy


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In reply to a post by roughbeast:
For the first time today I noticed that BT Infinity is now being advertised on TV as 'copper and fibre broadband'. ( It's in the small print under the main slogan.) BT won't have brought in this bit of honesty willingly. I missed the ruling on this. When were they told to behave?


I noticed this written on the side of the van that came to me today.

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Standard User eckiedoo
(committed) Wed 28-May-14 16:46:16
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Re: Adverising accuracy


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Seems to miss out those on aluminium!

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Standard User MHC
(sensei) Wed 28-May-14 17:36:37
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Re: Adverising accuracy


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BT only started using "Fibre" because it was the same as Virgin Media who use copper from the cabinet. Interesting to see if VM have changed too.


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