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'Sexy pictures for a sexy product' apparently

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BT has hired Page 3 stunner Michelle Marsh to plug its PC-based VoIP product BT Communicator.

The piccies of the busty blonde - in suspenders, high heels and with her 32FF breasts barely contained - were first shown in Nuts magazine before being picked up by The Sun.

Of course, this isn't the first time Michelle has dabbled with broadband. A quick scan of her website reveals that in February she was involved in the press launch for Bulldog Broadband. She must really know her IPStream from her LLU.

Still, for those interested in BT Communicator, you'll need a multimedia PC with 700MHz processor, a minimum of 128 MB RAM and Windows XP (preferably) to make it work.

If you couldn't give a stuff, The Sun's coverage and BT's piccies can he found here.

Asked to comment on why BT had chosen to hire Michelle to plug its service a spokesman told us: "They're sexy pictures for a sexy product." Ye gad! ®

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