Want your phone book?
It's that time of year again.
If you haven't already, soon you will find the latest copy of the TELUS phone book at your doorstep or business.
It happens twice a year in the Okanagan with delivery of either the TELUS or Info-Tel directories.
However, with the trend to more cell phones and fewer land lines and the increased usage of on-line search engines for everything from personal phone numbers to business locations etc. - do we really use, or for that matter, need a phone book?
Is it a waste of paper and a waste of energy both producing and recycling these books or do you still use your phone directory?
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