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CREDO Mobile Network Offering 25% Off Your Monthly Data Plan

Originally published on Ecopreneurist.

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For most of us, what our mobile network does with the profits it makes from us is kind of a mystery.

But for something like our mobile phone network, which is so essential to our work and our personal lives, and which we pay on month after month, year after year, wouldn’t it be better to know that we’re contributing to a better world with our money, and not just an extra vacation home or huge bonus for the CEO?

If you’d like to explore another option for your mobile network, and one that’s not only socially responsible, but also funds environmental activism and social change nonprofits, you might want to explore switching to CREDO Mobile.

This mobile network provides data and voice plans for discerning customers, while also funding progressive nonprofits, enabling and empowering activism, offsetting the shipping and lifetime electricity costs of each of their phones, and makes it easy to recycle the phones at the end of their life.

“For 28 years CREDO has been dedicated to making the world a better place. Since 1985, we’ve raised $75 million for social-change nonprofit groups.

CREDO is a different kind of company. We’re not driven by the bottom line; we’re driven by a belief. A belief that we can make the world a better place — and for 28 years we’ve been doing just that, through automatic donations to progressive nonprofits and easy activism tools like our progressive citizens lobby, CREDO Action. Since 1985, we’ve donated over $72 million to groups like the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Rainforest Action Network, Democracy Now! and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.”

In honor of Earth Day, CREDO is offering a promotion to new customers that gives them 25% off their monthly data plan for the next two year, plus a $350 contract buyout credit, so making the switch to a more socially and environmentally responsible mobile network is as easy and painless as possible. New customers can get a free Google Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, or a Motorola Moto X as their new handset (or choose other paid options), as well as affordable data, text, and voice plans.

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To take advantage of this special offer, be sure to sign up before April 30th, or if you’re on the fence and would rather wait until the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available (early May), you can sign up to be notified at that time.

 
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Derek lives in southwestern New Mexico and digs bicycles, simple living, fungi, organic gardening, sustainable lifestyle design, bouldering, and permaculture. He loves fresh roasted chiles, peanut butter on everything, and buckets of coffee. Catch up with Derek on Twitter, Google+, or at his natural parenting site, Natural Papa!

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