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Joe@Plusnet

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Joe@Plusnet

Who is Joe at Plusnet ?

Got a thank you card in the post from him today.

Thanking me for renewing my contract at Plusnet......Never had a card before......anyone else had one recently ?

 

NB: yes I know Joe is not a real person

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Browni
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Isn't he the character in the TV ads?
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Yup, I assume that's not the actors real name. The PlusNet PR person.
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

I used to think it was Jason Manford, but now I know it's Craig Murray.

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Re: Joe@Plusnet

His name is Craig Murry. He's from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.

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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Seems reasonable I guess, PlusNet wanted a Yorkshire local for their advertising campaign who had the experience in acting.
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Plusnet have good marketing .....

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Pete11
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

He's not just an actor, he's also a very good comedian. If you get the chance to see him in a live show then go, but be warned, he can get a bit 'x-rated' well a lot really. Don't take any young 'uns. Why he hasn't had more air time on tv is beyond me, think of a yorkshire version of Jim Davidson.

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Re: Joe@Plusnet


Pete11 wrote:

he can get a bit 'x-rated' well a lot really. Don't take any young 'uns.

Because they'll think they're back at school.


 

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Pete11
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Funny Funny

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He's not just an actor, he's also a very good comedian. If you get the chance to see him in a live show then go, but be warned, he can get a bit 'x-rated' well a lot really.

I think PlusNet should produce a post-watershed version of the advert.
Gorden Ramsay esque style Cheesy

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I can just imagine it..."PlusNet, we'll do you &*^%$£&% proud"

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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Yup - forget others (sware words) they are not very good (again another one) welcome to PlusNet who are not as (sware word) as your previous one 😛
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Re: Joe@Plusnet

Bleep the rest - Plusnet are the dog's bleep.

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