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Site news The Register's completely pointless yet totally fun Christmas prezzy just got better! Thanks to jolly ole' WapMX, we can now extend our VutureFone™ service to many of our overseas readers!

All you need is a Nokia cellular phone capable of receiving SMS messages and hooked up to one of 264 international mobile phone networks. Then you too can have The Register's very own Vulture logo as your phone's service provider graphic.

Click here for full VutureFone™ details

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