Donate your old cellular phone to support a worthy cause

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Goodwill is another possible option for people looking to donate their old cellular phones. However, Goodwill will only accept phones that meet certain technology and age requirements. Proceeds earned fromrepparttar sale of old cellular phones support Goodwillís job training and employment programs.

If you decide to donate your unwanted cellular phone to a worthy cause, remember to deactivate your service before donatingrepparttar 146399 phone. For tax purposes, itís also a good idea to get a receipt if youíre donating your cellular phone to a 501(c)3 organization.

Millions of older but still usable cellular phones are dumped in landfills acrossrepparttar 146400 country each year by consumers cravingrepparttar 146401 latest technology. Donating your unwanted cellular phone to a worthy charitable organization isrepparttar 146402 environmentally-friendly solution if youíre looking to upgrade your phone.

Timothy Gorman is a successful webmaster and publisher of Cellular-Phone-Solutions.com. He provides cellular phone plans, service and free cellular phones on his website that you can research in your pajamas.


Protect yourself from cell phone radiation

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You donít need to spend your hard-earned money on cellular accessories to protect against radiation. If you are concerned aboutrepparttar possible harmful effects of cell phone radiation, you can follow FTC recommendations to help protect yourself. The FTC recommends that consumers concerned about radiation limit cell phone use to short conversations, use a hands-free headset, and avoid using cell phones in areas with poor signals. Of course, complete avoidance of cell phones will eliminate any possible risk associated with radiation exposure.

Timothy Gorman is a successful webmaster and publisher of Cellular-Phone-Solutions.com. He provides cellular phone plans, service and free cellular phones on his website that you can research in your pajamas.


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