What will you be ‘doing in the dark’ during Earth Hour?
This month WWF Wildlife Mobile is giving all new and existing customers 60 minutes of free calls so they can tell their friends about Earth Hour.
WWF's Earth Hour is a unique annual phenomenon that focuses the world's attention on our amazing planet, and how we need to protect it. At 8.30pm on 23 March hundreds of millions of people will turn off their lights for one hour, on the same night, all across the world in a huge, symbolic show of support. See: http://earthhour.wwf.org.uk/
To help you, and your friends, ‘do it in the dark’ WWF Wildlife Mobile is offering everyone an hour of free calls to UK landlines and mobiles. So now you can call everyone you know and encourage them to sign up to this year’s Earth Hour. By using your WWF Wildlife Mobile you’ll be helping to protect wildlife across the globe – every call makes money for conservation, and it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!
For example by using your WWF Wildlife Mobile for an hour you could pay for 36 tree seedlings to help critical areas of Tiger habitat.
The new, SIM-only, mobile network from WWF promises ‘every conversation helps conservation’. And because it offers customers cheaper standard Pay As You Go rates than the other major networks, plus a range of competitive Bundles of calls, texts and data – it will save you money while it saves the planet!
Not only is it great value, but customers of WWF Wildlife Mobile will also enjoy fantastic call quality with 99.7% UK wide coverage through the Vodafone network.
Wildlife Mobile gives 10% of the net call revenues for conservation, which is ideal for the growing number of people with an interest in, or a concern for, the environment. It’s open to anyone – not just existing WWF members.
So what are you this Earth Hour? Are you a Penguin, an Aardvark, a Hippo or a Rhino? Find out at http://www.wildlifemobile.co.uk/
Wildlife Mobile is a service operated in partnership with UK MVNO Digital Spring Mobile Ltd. which operates using Vodafone UK’s network infrastructure. For more information see: http://www.wildlifemobile.co.uk/
WWF is one of the world's largest independent conservation organisations, with more than five million supporters and a global network active in more than one hundred countries. We're working to create solutions to the most serious environmental issues facing our planet, so that people and nature can thrive. Through our engagement with the public, businesses and government, we focus on safeguarding the natural world, tacking climate change and changing the way we live. Find out more about our work, past and present at www.wwf.org.uk
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