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You can commute to work in a unicorn-drawn rainbow carriage in London this week

You can commute to work in a unicorn-drawn rainbow carriage in London this week
"Unicorn" drawn carriages in London to promote the ZTE Blade V7 phone.Photo: Metro UK via AP

Commuters in London have a new option for getting to work or around town this week. As part of a promotion with mobile network Three and ZTE, passengers can climb into a unicorn-drawn rainbow carriage and gayly go to work.

The free ride is still available today and Friday, but, sadly, after that the carriages don’t turn into pumpkins, but the unicorns revert to being horses. You’ll still be able to buy a ZTE Blade V7 in the store though.

You can pick up a carriage at Southwark Underground Station today or Canary Wharf DLR Station on Friday. Just tweet @ThreeUK using the hashtag #MagicTogether and let them know where you’d like picked up and dropped off.

If you manage to catch a ride, be sure to send us your selfies and we’ll add them to this post.

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