removing pesky protesters for some idealogical cause, like perhaps environmental sustainability? Anyway that is not a very fair thing to say, it's a phone not a coal fired power plant. It's not like the production and distribution of phones is destroying the environment, unless of course you are unlucky enough to reside in a place like Ghana. How many of the people sleeping out on the street, having caviare dreams about the new gadget that they just absolutely without any doubt cannot live without and just must have, could even locate Ghana on a map. Bit hard to give a damn about a place or the people that live there if you have no idea where it is, or perhaps don't have even the slightest interest in. Mind you in case some of you have had your interest perked, it is called E-Waste Hell and is where all the year old phones go to die.
It is time to draw a line in the sand, time to send a clear message to corporations like Telstra Australia. In a world that is faced with the very real and serious problem of global climate change, where our oceans have become saturated with waste, this kind of thoughtless and down right disrespectful advertising is completely and totally unacceptable.
You can keep your "New Phone Feeling" Telstra, I am choosing the "Clean and Sustainable Earth Feeling".