Make a good call today – Chat for Change Day!
Miranda has been travelling the country to raise money for Comic Relief – and you can help her raise money by making a call today – Chat for Change Day.
Since starting her Mad March on Monday, Miranda has already primped and preened the good people of Newcastle, busted a move in Manchester and formed one of the greatest girl bands to come out of Birmingham.
Now, she’s encouraging the nation to play their part for Comic Relief and we’re making it incredibly easy for you. Simply pick up the phone and ‘Chat for Change’.
Help make a difference
To mark ‘Chat for Change’ Day, we will donate 1p to Comic Relief for every call made on 14 March from a BT home phone line, BT business line or through BT’s new free SmartTalk app.
Or why not call the BT Speaking Clock? BT Sport presenter Clare Balding became the voice of the BT Speaking Clock for five weeks to raise money for Comic Relief. BT is donating 10p for every call made to the speaking clock from a BT landline until Red Nose Day on 15 March. All you have to do is dial 123 from a BT landline.
Taking a rare break between tasks, Miranda said:
“This week has been tougher than I ever expected! Each day I’ve raced against the clock to do something I never thought I’d do, all to raise heaps of cash for Red Nose Day. Every penny I and everyone in the UK raise really will help people living unimaginably tough lives on your doorstep in the UK and across Africa. Chat for Change day is a really simple way for people to get involved and do their bit, so just pick up the phone today and BT will do the rest”.
BT and Comic Relief have a unique history, working together for over twenty years to raise money and change lives. Since 2009, BT has been the sponsor of Comic Relief’s challenges and Comic Relief 2013 will be no exception with the BT Red Nose Challenges. Hell and High Water saw a team of six brave celebrities tackle over 100 deadly kilometres of the mighty Zambezi river.
So come on, make a good call today and Chat for Change!
BT will donate 1p for every phone call made by a BT residential and business calls and lines customer from a BT residential or business landline between 00.01 and 24.00 on 14 March 2013. For SmartTalk, you’ll need a BT home calling plan and an iPhone / Android Smartphone connected to Wi-Fi or 3G. 5 users per account. SmartTalk allows you to access your calling plan, on your Smartphone. UK time zone applies. Opt-in for International, Premium (09) and Personal (070) calls. Fair Use policy applies. Excludes BT Basic. See www.bt.com/terms.
If you call the BT speaking clock from a BT fixed line in the UK between February 12 and March 15, 2013 you will be helping BT to raise funds to support Red Nose Day. BT will donate 10p to Comic Relief for every call made from a BT fixed line in the UK to the BT Speaking Clock during this period. Calls cost 35p from BT Residential lines. Mobile and other providers’ costs may vary and not all providers use the BT Speaking Clock. In support of Comic Relief, registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland)
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