Cable & Wireless postpones ad campaign

Cable & Wireless has had to postpone a multi-million pound ad campaign for its broadband service Bulldog, as Ofcom decides whether to launch an inquiry into Bulldog’s customer service standards.

Cable & Wireless has had to postpone a multi-million pound ad campaign for its broadband service Bulldog, as Ofcom decides whether to launch an inquiry into Bulldog’s customer service standards.

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