WAKE UP for the British & Irish Lions Tour with AIG.
The British & Irish Lions are heading to New Zealand in June and as the Official Insurance Partner of New Zealand Rugby we want to help ensure you don’t miss a game.
If you’re in the UK, or western Europe, then the All Blacks games will be kicking off at the start of your day (8:35am GMT). To help you fully prepare for the game, we want to get you in the spirit from the moment you wake up with a wakeup call from the All Blacks. We’ve created a custom alarm tone for you to download onto your phone and set as your wake up call.
Click the appropriate link below to download the Alarm Tone for your device. Then follow the instructions for setting it as your alarm tone on your phone.
SET UP INSTRUCTIONS
1. Launch the Clock app from your Home screen.
2. Tap on the Alarm tab. It's the second tab from the bottom left corner of your screen that looks like an alarm clock.
3. Tap the Edit button. It's the in top left corner of your screen.
4. Tap on the Alarm you want to sound different.
5. Tap on the sound tab.
6. Scroll up to the top of the list.
7. Tap on the Pick a song tab.
8. Once you have found the song you want to select, tap on the song to add it as an alarm tone. You will be returned to the Sound selection page, with the new song already selected.
9. Tap Back button.
Device dependent but the general process should be:
1. Open your Clock app
2. Select the alarm clock tab
3. Select or set the alarm you want to set the tone for
4. Click the function under Sound + Notification to change the alarm sound
The initial list may simply be the in built phone sounds but look for the + or additional settings tab to access the MP3 files stored on your phone.
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