Our friends from Sony Ericsson are back with yet another great prize. Read on for all the information...
It may be cold and dark outside, but inside the fire burns bright and the lights twinkle brightly. So chuck out the Ugg boots and bobble hats and stay inside because this Christmas, T4 have a pure winter warmer for you in the form of a one-off ninety minute live Christmas special... Sony Ericsson Christmas Calling on Sunday 11th December on Channel 4 (UK).
A selection of the hottest chart stars will be joining the lovely June Sarpong from various locations to bring you festive cheer, seasonal music and special Christmas messages. To celebrate, we have one limited edition Sony Ericsson Walkman™ phone with exclusive video content of a track performed by Jamiroquai on tour in Tokyo to give away to one dedicated fan. Along with the video footage, the phone will also be preloaded with over 100 top tracks.
On Sunday 11th, no less than Jamiroquai, Hard-Fi, Kelly Clarkson, Westlife, Simon Webbe and the Pussy Cat Dolls will be performing a variety of songs on T4, which include their own chart topping tracks and some recordings of Christmas classics. Hard-Fi and Jamiroquai will be over in Tokyo, whilst the other artists will be in a variety of Christmas settings in the UK.
If you don't win this particular competition, don't worry too much - Sony Ericsson is giving away one Walkman phone everyday online at www.channel4.com/T4 from November 26 to December 23.
And, there's even more chance of winning by tuning in to T4 on December 11th - every act that appears on the show will be buying a Christmas present and placing it under the Sony Ericsson Christmas Calling tree as prizes. So, 6 further early Christmas presents could be snapped up on the day! In addition to all the presents under the tree, June will also be giving away the Sony Ericsson Walkman phones with special content and over 100 preloaded tracks. Sony Ericsson Christmas Calling - The Soundtrack to your Season.
Please note that entries to the competition have now closed, and the winner will be contacted shortly.
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