Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday October 10 2008
New Vital Impact!
Vital Football is launching a new service to all its users called Vital Impact.
Vital Impact is a great new communication package available on Vital Football. It`s totally free and takes two seconds to download. Please note, you don't have to be a registered member of Vital to be able to download and use Vital Impact.
It means that you can chat to all your friends even if they are on MSN, Yahoo, Googlechat, ICQ and many others IM`s all through just this one piece of software. It also provides you with great real-time news about your team and other football news to your desktop.
More information: www.vitalfootballimpact.com
On top of all this, you can also make phone calls and text messages over the internet at low prices - all very cool!
Why not download it now, so you can communicate with mates and Vital users more easily!
FREE TICKETS: All users who download and use Vital Impact during October will be entered into a draw, the lucky winner will win a pair of tickets for a game of their chosen UK team (for a UK game!).
It`s totally FREE and very easy to use.
All members should receive an email as all our usernames have been pre-registered, if you don't receive the email you can still use your username (so that other members can find you with ease) - see below for instructions.
To get greater enjoyment from the service why not invite your friends and other fans! When they download and register they stand a chance of winning some great prizes just by filling in a few simple questions on registration. Invite your friends on your existing email or Instant Messaging accounts to join in the excitement of Vital Impact just by simply clicking here. You will need to log in first before you invite your friends!
The Vital Football Impact Team
If you haven't received your email with details, then simply go to: www.vitalfootballimpact.com and use the forgotten password link so you can set a password up. Simply enter your Vital Football registered username and we'll do the rest (Please note, if you have changed your email address since registering, we can update your records, just email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any problems, contact: email@example.com
Date:Friday October 10 2008
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