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Published 10th Feb 2012

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Hopelessly in love, fancy the pants off someone or longing to pop the question? BT is giving the public the chance share their messages of love with the nation.

This Valentine’s Day messages of love will appear on the London 2012 Live Site screens across the UK. If the message is really moving or inspiring, it may even end up around the “infoband” at the top of the BT Tower for millions of Londoners across the capital to see.

Suzi Williams, Director Group Marketing and Brand said “We’re delighted to be playing Cupid for Valentine’s Day, enabling people to send messages to their loved ones or maybe even propose. Remember girls, this is your chance; if you really love him, come on and let it show – it’s a leap year after all.”

Romantics are invited to send their loving lines to, tweet them @btlovesites on Twitter with the hash tag #loveisallaround or text them to 83310 starting with LOVE and ending with your 120 character Valentine message. Messages are open for entries from Thursday, February 9, so get your messages in early – if you want to keep it secret until the day, best email us. Keep the message short – maximum 120 characters – but feel free to include your story – as it’ll definitely help us choose.

All appropriate messages will get onto the Live Sites, and BT will pick the best to go up on the BT Tower. We will let the lucky message senders know in advance. For full terms and conditions see

Useful links 

@btlovesites on Twitter

#loveisallaround on Twitter

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