An Argos spokeswoman told ITV News that the company has "no plans" to phase out its famous hard-copy catalogue in the "foreseeable future".
Confusion is likely to have arisen after the retailer's half year results statement said its transformation plans included "repositioning Argos as a digitally-led business from a catalogue-led business."
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