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August 14, 2009

TalkTalk lights up broadband


by David Allen

The internet service provider, TalkTalk, is looking to become the brightest and most trendy broadband supplier in the UK with a new advertising campaign and sponsorship of the X Factor.

According to TalkTalk, the firm is looking to become the UK’s brighter phone and broadband company.

The advertising will make use of a cool visual technology known as light graffiti, which looks very similar to images of sparklers that are waved around in the dark leaving a trail of light.

The images, which were shot at various locations in London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Edinburgh by photographer Michael Bosanko, will be used in the ISP’s latest promotion material.

TalkTalk appears to be pulling out all of the stops in order to push the TalkTalk brand in front of as many consumers as possible.

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  1. Talk Talk is the worst broadband provider, EVER. Try shinning the light on your next to useless and outright con tech support. Also this whole article smells of a talk talk press release.

    Comment by Jack D — August 15, 2009 @ 12:05 pm

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