Thursday, 13 November 2008

Commercial Discrimination

The telecommunications business, Vodafone, is yet another example of ignoring the people of Northern Ireland, as Alan In Belfast eloquently points out.

Many of these companies' marketing departments claim, perhaps, that they do this for logistical reasons; or is it expediency too? I wonder if Vodafone, and others, are aware of the irritation caused, particularly by their Ulster customers who notice this sort of practice? Let me remind Vodafone that the UK comprises England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. So why exclude Northern Ireland from their marketing promotions?

Alan is right to bring this to our attention.

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