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O2 hoax message link
If that had been the actual hoax e-mail and you'd clicked on the links in it you'd be directed to a site which would try to get your password. Some such sites also have spyware (see how to get rid of spyware) which invades your computer like a virus.
It's important that you DO NOT click on links in hoax message, nor should you allow scripts. See how to avoid getting a computer virus. A similar situation can be seen in the bank hoaxes and the "Terror in Australia" messages.
Also see Rogues Gallery of dodgy e-mails and the O2 Hoax email message.
Meanwhile, real mobile phones can be seen here!