O2 Cupid enters Twitter, spreading Valetines love
If you are one that loves using Twitter as that most romantic day of each year, February 14th, Valentines Day of course is fast approaching, UK carrier O2 has come up with a way users can act Cupid and spread their Valentines Day love over Twitter to your loved ones.
Word is O2 is using the same premise as with Santa but during the run up to Valentines Day will user the hastag #o2cupid rather than the Santa hashtag, which will get the tweeter a personal recorded message which is tweeted back, anonymously if you wish.
O2 will be letting their customers know of the new campaign first by sending out in excess of 5 million emails with details of the Cupid campaign, which is part of an ongoing activity to “surprise and delight” the receivers of their newsletter.
If you want a totally personal message O2 customers as well as anyone on Twitter should Tweet the message they would like the O2 Cupids to read out to @o2, including using the hashtag #o2Cupid.
The O2 Cupid campaign delivers Twitter users messages via YouTubbe videos that have been personally recorded by non-identical twin “OS Cupids.” And to keep the mystery of Valentines Day, the carrier will send users’ messages to their Valentines directly so they will have to guess who their admirer might be.
The O2 Cupids campaign kicked off on Twitter as of 10:00AM on the 8th of this month so is already up and running and keeps running right up until Valentines Day with requests needing to be sent by midday of the 14th of Feb.
We have an introduction to O2 Cupids for your viewing pleasure below that includes all the instructions you’ll need to take part in this Valentines compaign.
So there you have it a way to send a Twitter message to the object of your desire for Valentines, so will you be making use of O2 Cupids before the 14th of February to let your loved one know just how much you love them?
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