Keep up with the Rugby World Cup by recycling mobile phones
Rugby fans who recycle mobile phones and sign up for a new device with O2 will be able to enjoy the upcoming World Cup in unique style.
That is because the network has announced the launch of a brand new app that is designed to help supporters deal with the early kick-off times of many of the matches.
With the tournament set to be hosted by New Zealand, waking in the early hours will be a must for thousands.
The O2 Wake Up Call makes this easier by providing alarm calls featuring the voices of coach Martin Johnson and players such as Lewis Moody, Ben Foden, Nick Easter and Chris Ashton.
Nic Fletcher, head of sport sponsorship at O2, said: "Given the early morning weekend starts what better way for UK fans to get ready for a match than receiving a wake up call from Martin Johnson?"
England's first match of the tournament is on Saturday (September 10th) against Argentina.
Posted by Claire Marshall
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