Reply to post: Slapped wrists

BT 'UK's most powerful Wi-Fi'? Why, fie, for shame! – ads watchdog

spiny norman

Slapped wrists

As with any story involving the ASA, the problem is by the time they've received a complaint, reviewed the evidence and issued their stern talking to and slapped wrist, the ad has been running for 6 months. BT presumably think it's worth risking some ear ache and a mild sting.

I notice they don't claim reliable broadband. That really would be a lie.

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