Startac takes you light years away

The medieval city of Todi, in Italy's Umbrian region, is the location for the 1997 Gran Premio Italiano Balloon Festival from 11-20 July 1997.

The Eye and Motorola StarTAC are offering one reader (plus his or her guest) the chance to attend the Festival and fly with the Motorola Hot Air Balloon Team.

Throughout the Festival, The Motorola Team will be flying the StarTAC Special Shape Balloon (right), based on the new StarTAC mobile telephone - the smallest, lightest, most advanced mobile phone in the world. No longer than a credit card, it sets new standards in communications technology. It's definitely the phone to be seen with.

The winner's StarTAC balloon break will take place on 18-20 July 1997. Travel from London to Todi will be via Rome or Florence airports on 18 July. On arrival, an evening balloon flight will be followed by dinner. Accommodation is at the four-star Hotel Fonte Chiesa in Todi.

Day Two includes breakfast, a morning balloon flight, lunch, followed by a tour of Assisi and the vineyards of Torgiano, an evening balloon flight, and then dinner at one of the finest restaurants in the region. You will stay at the five-star Le Tres Vaselle hotel in Torgiano - a short drive from Perugia and Assisi. After a final morning flight, followed by lunch, you will catch a transfer to Rome or Florence airport.

To enter, answer this question: What is the smallest, lightest, most advanced mobile phone in the world?

Send your answers on a postcard, by 10 July, to: Eye/Motorola Balloon Offer, 327-329 Harrow Road, London W9 3RB.

The winner will be the first correct entry picked from the postbag.

Entrants must be over 18 years of age. All balloon trips, tours, hotel stays, meals and general insurance cover are complimentary. Travel connections within Italy are provided, but not within Britain.

For more StarTAC info call 0800 555 655.

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