From BBC News.
New rules forcing broadband firms to be clearer in adverts on the costs of their contracts have come into effect.
Broadband suppliers will now have to show upfront and monthly costs, without separating out line rental prices, according to the changes brought in by the Advertising Standards Authority.
The rules were originally due to be implemented in May, but firms asked for more time to comply with the changes.
The ASA said customers were now less likely to be misled by adverts.
“The effect should be a real positive difference in how consumers understand and engage with ads for broadband services,” said ASA chief executive Guy Parker.
The move comes after research by the ASA, conducted with regulator Ofcom last year, found that most users could not correctly calculate bills based on the information given in a selection of broadband ads.
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