Sprint is launching an aggressive social media campaign for the week, includingavideoentitled “16,000 Phones” featuring Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, and program updates via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and theSprint Communitysite.
Sprint is the only major U.S. wireless carrier to pay consumers in store for recycling their eligible devices regardless of make, manufacturer or carrier.
Ralph Reid, Sprint vice president of corporate responsibility
“Sprint is pleased to work again with the EPA to increase awareness and consumer participation in electronics recycling, or eCycling,” said Ralph Reid, Sprint vice president of Corporate Responsibility. “We are committed to eCycling efforts. With approximately 16,000 cell phones discarded every hour in the U.S., we encourage our customers and other wireless customers to give their old phones a second life by recycling them.”
Sprint Buybackoffers great savings on our products and services to current and new Sprint customers who turn in up to three eligible wireless devices, per active line of service each year. More than 900 wireless devices – many from other carriers – are currently eligible for Buyback with credits up to $250.
Sprint Project Connect
Sprint Project Connectaccepts all wireless phones, batteries, accessories and data cards, regardless of carrier or condition and is available to everyone.
Proceeds help keep kids safer online through Sprint’s4NetSafetySMprogram.