"Why bother advertising a phone number?"

A review of Royal Mail by PC written on Friday 14th of March 2014


When you ring and get an engaged tone you're encouraged because you imagine there's a helpful conversation in progress. It's only when you get through and find the phone merely rings and rings...... that you realise, the engaged tone is just another desperate customer attempting to contact..

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