PROTD: Bog-standard surfing

Summary:This press release of the day comes courtesy of T-Mobile, which wants us to know that its surveys show "15 percent of people in the UK are actually resorting to hiding in loo [sic] to use their mobile phones to get online and check their favourite websites and emails because bosses are not allowing them to access the web at work".I'll be kind and not theorise as to what sorts of websites T-Mobile's customers need to access in the loo.

This press release of the day comes courtesy of T-Mobile, which wants us to know that its surveys show "15 percent of people in the UK are actually resorting to hiding in loo [sic] to use their mobile phones to get online and check their favourite websites and emails because bosses are not allowing them to access the web at work".

I'll be kind and not theorise as to what sorts of websites T-Mobile's customers need to access in the loo. However, the whole thing does somewhat remind me of this year's April Fools' Day prank from Google, the toilet ISP...

Topics: Telcos

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