It's a year since I posted about how I thought printing phone books and distributing them was a waste in the days of the on-line phone directory.
As I researched I discovered that you can opt out by contacting Sensis on 1800 810 211 and opting out. So I did opt out, but here we are, a year later and they delivered the White pages again.
Who's paying for these unwanted giant print runs? What is the impact on the environment? Why is it apparently impossible to opt out?
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2006-07), the internet is widely available in households, 31% had dial-up access and 68% had broadband. (Does that make 99% or do some households have both?).
In 2006-07 5.1 million households have home internet access, (it went up from 2.3 million in that period so no doubt it's even higher now).
Sensis "Green Office" program is not working. I've contacted them about this and received an acknowledgement but so far no actual reply.