The 'About A Girl' group are calling for women to wear purple scarves - which are given away in magazines - to raise awareness for the campaign.
Earlier this year, Sugababes performed at Jade Goody's wedding a month before she died of the disease.
"Having performed at Jade's wedding, it is a subject we feel passionately about," singer Heidi Range said.
"It is important that girls and women realise how they could catch the virus and steps to take to reduce their risk."
Cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 30 and victims often get it from a virus passed on during sex.
The campaign has been developed by GlaxoSmithKline and is run in association with charity Jo's Trust.
Director Robert Music said: "The Sugababes can reach women in an engaging way."