Gloucester supporters are now able to receive the latest match action photographs and statistics direct to their mobile phones.
The new Multi Media Messaging Service (MMS) is part of a partnership with Premier Rugby and O2, and offers pre and post match images and reviews, and the latest player and team statistics from Opta Sports Data.
The new MMS service follows on from a range of mobile services that the Club offers, including latest news, match reports, post-match reaction and Premiership standings.
Subscribers to the new MMS service will receive two text messages a week - one before and one after the game. Each MMS text received will cost 50p plus standard network charges. To subscribe to a club MMS service simply text the word Media Glos to 80092.
For more information click here to go to the mobile section of the official Gloucester Rugby Club website.
Texts sent to 80092 are charged as standard network rate. For terms and conditions see www.O2.co.uk/terms
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