Chester, UK (PRWEB) February 11, 2008
A brand new mobile greetings service based in Chester has shown it is all heart with a charitable launch on the 8th February in time for Valentine's Day.
http://www.lightningcards.co.uk is donating 10% of all profits from their fun, animated mobile greeting cards throughout February to the British Heart Foundation's Valentine Appeal -- which aims to raise £1 million to fund the vital care work of the British Heart Foundation.
http://www.lightningcards.co.uk offer a new way of sending greetings by offering a wide variety of fun MMS animated cards with sound that can be personalised and sent to your chosen recipient for just £1.50 each.
A spokesperson for http://www.lightningcards.co.uk commented: "Two and a half million people suffer from coronary heart disease in the UK and the BHF do an admirable job of helping them. Valentine's Day is all about giving and we wanted to support this very worthy cause by raising awareness and funds for the BHF throughout February."
The initial launch will feature a range of 30 different cards for different events with hundreds more to come over the following months, and can either be sent from your mobile or anonymously.
The mobile greetings are also sent using non-WAP technology so the message is sent fully to the recipient's phone and the recipient doesn't incur any download costs.
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Notes to editors:
http://www.lightningcards.co.uk launches nationwide on the 8th February providing mobile greetings with heart in perfect time for Valentine's Day.
The Valentine's appeal for the British Heart Foundation aims to raise £1 million pounds to help provide vital care across the UK. A £24 donation equals one hour of a British Heart Foundation's Heart Nurse's time.
A lightning card is a greeting card that you can send to someone's mobile phone. It contains animations, sound and your own personalised message.
A lightning card is delivered fully to the recipient's mobile phone and so doesn't incur them any downloading costs. To receive a lightning card the recipient's phone must have Picture Messaging (MMS) Enabled.