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MI5's finest are back. If you have an internet-enabled mobile phone, you can preview the next episode of Spooks or watch catch-up clips on your mobile phone texting SPOOKS to 81010.

When you text the word SPOOKS to 81010, you'll receive a link to the Spooks mobile site. Alternatively you can type bbc.co.uk/mobile/tv/spooks/ into your mobile browser. Don't forget to bookmark it so you can easily find us again!

For more information on BBC Mobile click here.


How much does it cost?

Each SMS message sent to the BBC for this service will cost 12-15p (network charges vary).
The BBC does not charge you or your network operator to watch the video. However, unless you have signed up to a data-inclusive plan, your operator will charge you for the amount of data you download. We advise you to contact them to establish how much the data is likely to cost. As a guide, a 1 MB video file will cost more than £2 for Pay as You Go customers and between 50p and £2 for pay monthly customers.

Please ensure you fully understand your payment plan before using this service.


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The BBC grants you a non-exclusive licence to the video file(s) only for your personal, non-commercial use and as otherwise set out in the BBC's Terms of Use. You may not download, edit, or use this file for the purpose of promoting, advertising, endorsing or implying a connection with you (or any third party) and the BBC, its agents or employees. The BBC will not be liable for any loss or damage which you may suffer as a result of or connected with the download or use of this file. For more information visit the Terms of Use.

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