Just listening to a radio ad for Eircom Phonewatch Home Alarms which tells me that 70% of burglaries happen when I’m at home doing the ironing (unlikely) or watching tv.
This had me scratching my head. Why would I bother buying an Eircom Phonewatch alarm if the likelihood is that I’ll be burgled while I’m at home with the alarm switched off?
Who’s writing these ads and, more importantly, who in Eircom is paying for them?
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