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Landline phone service advertising in Print medium up 72% in H1 of 2005: AdEx Study

17-October-2005
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Landline phone service advertising in Print medium up 72% in H1 of 2005: AdEx Study

Print advertising by landline phone service companies has gone up by 72 per cent in the first half of 2005, as against 31 per cent growth in the corresponding period last year. Tata Teleservices tops the advertisers list in Press.

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