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Vodafone has been told off for rushing through terms and conditions at the end of a mobile broadband advertisement.

The phone and broadband package, which included free email and unlimited texts, was advertised on radio.

A woman who read out the terms and conditions at the end of the commercial was said to have spoken incomprehensively fast.

According to PC Pro, the 'T&Cs' were meant to state: "Subject to status, availability and connection to 18-month contract. Unlimited calls to landlines or Vodafone Mobiles only. Fair-use policy, terms and 60-minute call cap applies."

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled that "the important terms and conditions were not clearly audible and the ad could mislead listeners".

No formal penalty was issued to the mobile broadband provider, but the ASA has ordered Vodafone not to broadcast the advertisement again.

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