Wednesday, 22 April 2009

What do you do with your old mobile phone?

Your old mobile can change someone's life in the developing world:

Most people nowadays have at least one old mobile phone lurking in a drawer somewhere in their house. Old phones are now worth very little here in the UK but in the developing world a mobile phone can mean a small business in a rural community thus an income meaning a lifeline to the owner. Furthermore many very rural communities have no permanent means of communication and so a mobile phone can be for some the difference between life and death.

If you would like to donate your old mobile phone (working phones only please) to help a community in the developing world, please send it to Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1DZ, Scotland, UK.

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