AQA is looking for Britain's favourite question, giving away £2,000 cash

The AQA service (Any Question Answered) has been answering thousands of questions texted to 63336 including travel advice, which horses are favoured to win, restaurant recommendations, and even how to find friendship and love.

AQA, which according to Mobile Choice magazine is the best mobile consumer service in the UK*, has now extended its service to mobile phone users on the UK’s 3 network. To ask a question, simply text it to 63336 and the answer will be delivered within minutes, for £1 per question.

To mark the latest availability and six months since the original launch in the UK, the team at AQA have selected two of the most popular questions and are asking UK mobile phone users to vote for their favourite. Anyone who enters could win £2,000 cash.

To enter, choose a favourite question from the two below and text it to 63336.

Is it:

What’s a good chat up line?


Why do men have nipples?

Vote for a favourite by texting it to 63336. Texts to 63336 cost £1, or any UK mobile phone user can enter online for free at This competition ends 31st October and one person who’s helped chose Britain's favourite question will win £2,000 cash.


Terms and Conditions apply - for more information see or contact AQA at PO Box 48631, London NW8 7XE

* At the Mobile Choice Consumer Awards 2004 held in September, AQA was awarded the best mobile service in the UK.

Published on: 12:00AM on 25th October 2004