More NewsAmnesty Intl. Makes Mobile Call for Human Rights

Amnesty Intl. Makes Mobile Call for Human Rights

Cell phones just got a little less annoying. Human rights organization Amnesty International has just launched Amnesty Wireless , a new mobile phone service that donates 10 percent of your billed talk time to the non-profit

amnesty.jpg Cell phones just got a little less annoying.

Human rights organization Amnesty International has just launched Amnesty Wireless, a new mobile phone service that donates 10 percent of your billed talk time to the non-profit. They’ll even chip in $175 toward buying you out of your current carrier’s contract.

The program is supported by Working Assets, which has long raised money for progressive organizations via affinity credits cards and long distance landline telephone services. The mobile network is Sprint.

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