April 22, 2009

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AT&T and Cell Phones for Soldiers (CPFS) are giving wireless customers, of any carrier, the chance to recycle their old wireless devices and donate the proceeds to a good cause.

AT&T and CPFS have created a free online tool designed to help individuals conduct their own donation drives with a new electronic starter kit, available at

Anyone looking to recycle a cell phone, from any carrier, can drop off used cell phones and accessories at any of the 2,000-plus AT&T stores across the U.S. Or, they can download free shipping labels from


2 Responses to “AT&T and Cell Phones for Soldiers: Wireless Device Recycling Double Duty”

  1. Tom combi says:


  2. Oh my heart!! AT&T keeps making me fall in love with it more and more. If it were a human – I’d gladly marry it without even thinking twice. I mean – so much good. There data scientist thing and then there’s this – just how much good can one company promote. I am literally at the 7th heaven with this news. So so so nice of them.

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