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THE Evening Telegraph has a great new way for you to keep in touch with the news and let us know what you think.

Our letters pages are overflowing every day with your opinions on the stories and issues making the news, and now, as well as being able to write in or phone us, there are two new text messaging lines.

The mobile phone generation can send us their views with a few presses of the keypad.

It has never been easier to get in touch with the Evening Telegraph and share your views on news and sport.

So if something catches your eye, there's no need to wait until you get home and sit down with a pen and paper. You can contact us from the bus, the street, the car park, or while you are out doing your shopping - 24 hour access to the Evening Telegraph to get your views across.

We have a dedicated news text line on 07800 140 064 - so whether you have an opinion on local, national or international events, or want to let us know about something in your life or neighbourhood, then get texting.

And sports fans can contact us on 07800 140 063 to get their thoughts across on the Sky Blues, rugby or cricket. Did something happen at the match that you just have to talk about? Then text us on the way home from Highfield Road, or on the trip back from an away ground.

All you have to do is send us a text, including your name and the name of the area and city or town where you live.

Your quick guide to text talk

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couldn't c%dNt

doesn't duzNt

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fortunate 4tUn8

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loopy l%P

message m$ge

wonderful 1dRfL

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you U

Are you free to talk? RUF2T

Been there, done that BTDT

Enough said nuf Z

I'm going to be late Gona b l8

I'll be seeing you BCNU

No problem NP

Please call me PCM

So what do you think? SWDYT

All the best ATB

You're so cool UR so c%l

Laugh out loud/Lots of love LOL

I owe you one IOU1
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Date:Mar 10, 2003
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