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BT's pulling out all the stops to spruce up its image and make out it's a new and dynamic forward-thinking, progressive company - a leader in the communications revolution.

Well, not quite. The special effects and metaphorical references in its new 90-second ad may impress some but it was nothing more than puff.

For just a few steps outside the telco's impressive HQ are two BT payphones. Plastered inside both were 33 cards adverting all manner of sexual services from "A Sexy Schoolgirl", "Babydoll Busty Blonde" and "Keiko... a New Japanese Model" - to name but three.

Obviously, BT's concern for its "image" doesn't extend as far as walking 20 feet and removing these seedy cards from the company's own phone boxes outside its corporate HQ.

Then again, if it means people use the phone... ®

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