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How's this for a Christmas treat? Want to give your mobile phone that Register touch? Then customise your phone with your favourite newssite's Vulture logo.

Those clever guys at

WapMX

, one of the UK's leading WAP and SMS developers, have put together a way of beaming the

Reg

logo via SMS.

You can send the logo to your phone as your handset's operator graphic - get rid of Cellnet and make it look like The Register is your cellular provider!

Just enter your details below, and make your selection, and click on the 'Registerise' button. Please note that the service only works with Nokia phones, and you use it entirely at your own risk - if you're in any way worried about the service's effect on your phone, don't click the button. We can't put your original operator's logo back, so if you don't want the Reg logo on your phone, don't click the 'Registerise' button.

Please select your cellular provider:
Cellnet
Orange
Vodafone
One-2-One
Virgin Mobile

Please enter your phone number:

You MUST use the international phone number format,
eg. if your phone number is 07973 123 456, enter +447973123456

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For more information, call 0800 542 9520 or email sales@wapmx.com

Unfortunately, this service can only be provided for UK readers only. The Register and Situation Publishing provide the service free of charge, as is and without warranty, and no support will be provided. Before changing your phone's graphics, plase obtain the permission of the phone owner.

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