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Using any of the numbers below, pose a question to a world leader attending the G20 summit. Moblog has created this facility with our partners at Oxfam, G20Voice and Spinvox. G20Voice and the 50 bloggers attending the event will ask your questions of world leaders there, you just need to call:

Germany: +4921123702865

and you will be heard. Your message will be converted to text and along with the audio posted directly to the web for everyone to hear at and will also appear on the official G20Voice website

At the G20 Summit in London on April 2, 2009, bloggers from countries around the world will be there to make sure that the debate and commitments to end poverty and achieve a safe and fair climate change deal, are not forgotten during the current economic crisis, which is dominate talks at the summit.

Ask a world leader a question at the G20 Summit

If you are accessing the site on a mobile device simply visit

You may also nominate anyone who you think has a voice that needs to be heard, anywhere in the world. G20Voice will fly them here to London to be one of 50 G20Voice bloggers with press accreditation at the summit.

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----- "Oh hi it's Corey. I missed you. I'm calling

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"Oh hi it's Corey. I missed you. I'm calling on behalf of David. Anderson and I understand you probably been bombarded with calls even email. So I'll be brief. Ok listen there really it's a simple quick later received 2 to 5 thousand plus weekly immediate cash flow with our(?) selling that thing or chasing friends or family. Prospects will be chasing you. So find out what we know and you don't even if you think you've heard before. Just take a listen to this free recorded details at no special charges will apply or be billed to your phone . Bye."
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11th Nov 2010, 22:20  


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