The Yellow Pages phone book directory is set to be delivered to homes and businesses this fall and they’ve got a new way of going about it.
In this digital age, people are just no longer looking to paper directories for their information. To accommodate this yet still supply the printed version for those not online, Yellow Pages has come up with a Custom Delivery Program:
Since June 2009, Yellow Pages Group offers to residential consumers a Custom Delivery program which allows them to select their Yellow Pagesâ„¢ directories and/or to be removed from the distribution list. To access this program, consult www.ypg.com/delivery.
The Vancouver deadline to remove your name from the delivery list is November 19th and you can do so easily, by clicking the link above and entering your contact information.
Now that we have the books sorted out, Yellow Pages also has their mobile site for digital users, mobile.yp.ca. They compliment this with YellowPages.ca BlackberryÂ®, Apple iPhoneâ„¢ and Googleâ„¢ Androidâ„¢ applications as well.
I know that I see stacks of unused books lining our building’s lobby walls each year and that the waste had to stop. I also know that my Oma still uses the Yellow Pages book and I wouldn’t want her to be without the printed copy.
Story source: YellowPages press release via email blast.