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Broadband provider BT is urging UK consumers to support ChildLine's Christmas appeal.

The firm is urging broadband subscribers to make a donation to the charity – part of the NSPCC – and in return they can nominate a child they know to receive a Letter from Santa.

All consumers need to do to create this "magical surprise" is go to the Letter from Santa webpage and answer a few quick questions.

They then make a donation to ChildLine and the letter will be sent.

"Imagine the look of excitement on a child's face when they get their very own Letter from Santa. This Christmas, you can give them that moment - and help ChildLine too," said Warren Buckley, Managing Director for Customer Service at BT.

"To make sure your child gets their letter on time, order it before December 18th as Santa is a very busy man.

BT has been supporting ChildLine since it launched in 1986, and helped the charity raise £1.3 million in 2010 alone.

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