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Standard User Bob_s2
(experienced) Sat 14-Dec-13 09:29:51
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BT faces court over broadband "advertising" stickers


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Bridgend council has issued nine separate summonses against BT for 'displaying advertisements' without the consent of Bridgend County Borough Council
Standard User Andrue
(knowledge is power) Sat 14-Dec-13 12:45:51
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Bridgend council has issued nine separate summonses against BT for 'displaying advertisements' without the consent of Bridgend County Borough Council
Gosh. Your revelation has made my life complete.

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Standard User ian72
(knowledge is power) Sat 14-Dec-13 16:51:15
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Bridgend council has issued nine separate summonses against BT for 'displaying advertisements' without the consent of Bridgend County Borough Council
Gosh. Your revelation has made my life complete.


Not sure but I feel I sense some sarcasm here?


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Standard User Pendlemac
(learned) Sat 14-Dec-13 18:19:34
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I believe there was something on here the other week about BT no longer putting stickers on fibre cabs.

I certainly haven't seen any in Nelson or Carnforth.

I assume this is connected with BT's decision?

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Standard User lockyatlrg
(fountain of knowledge) Sat 14-Dec-13 19:10:26
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Council are just trying to make a quick buck, get with the times idiots.

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Standard User Ignitionnet
(knowledge is power) Sat 14-Dec-13 22:42:31
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Wouldn't kill you to provide a link every so often, this is really not the way to start a discussion thread.
Standard User gomezz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sat 14-Dec-13 23:03:11
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Makes a change from posting a link without comment or even a clue what it is about.

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Standard User E7er
(knowledge is power) Sun 15-Dec-13 10:11:05
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I see what you mean; I think it is tacky putting stickers on nicely painted plain green or brown street cabinets. frown

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(committed) Sun 15-Dec-13 11:20:55
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Standard User Bartman1967
(newbie) Sun 15-Dec-13 11:27:01
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It's makes the council look pathetic and childish TBH, what about the local shops with ad's in their windows, people putting signs in their cars advertising services or selling, is the council going to go round and summon all them....

Looks like commercial victimization, or commercial discrimination, BT are trying to get Britain connected, with council attitudes like that it's going to make it a lot harder for them. (Virgin won't help)

If this type of childish play comes from the likes of Councils we will always be behind the rest of the world for fiber broadband.

Hope BT win!
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