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Throw Away Those Old Cell Phones – The Right Way

January 21, 2008 in Nokia Randomness

d cell phones lying around? Don’t trash ‘em. Instead, pick one of VoIP-News’ “50 ways to leave your cell phone” and you just might help yourself, or at least some other worthy cause.

Some suggestions from the article:

  • Send it back to Nokia!
  • Sell your old phone and possibly make some cash (but probably not a whole lot)
  • Donate your old phone to the Toronto Zoo, which sends it to a company called ECO-CELL, which sends money right back to the Zoo’s African gorilla fund.
  • Use your cell phone to interact with the “Blubber Bot”… yeah.
  • Check out the other 46 methods at VoIP-News’ site:

    50 Ways to Leave Your Cell Phone

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