But there's one advert you probably haven't been seeing on TV a lot recently after the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruled it to be misleading to customers.
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A spokesperson for the company said that it would make sure its 30-day rule was clear in its marketing.
"Our 'love us or leave us' 30-day service guarantee is the best in the market," a Vodafone spokesperson told .
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, you're more likely to see Martin Freeman on the telly getting into various connectivity-related mishaps.
His partnership with Vodafone has seen him star in several adverts, like being chased down via a GPS tracking device after taking the wrong bag, or trying to dodge spoilers on a train full of people all watching the same thing.
According to the ASA's ruling, the advert implied that Vodafone UK customers would be able to leave a contract at any time, when the guarantee actually only applied to the initial 30-day period.
The advert was intended to highlight Vodafone's 30-day guarantee, compared to other service providers' 15-day grace period, but after complaints from 11 viewers who challenged the commercial, the ASA ruled that the advert was ambiguous and it must not appear again in its current form.
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