Americans Can Buy A Phone To Help Fight AIDS
Oct 13, 2006, 5:21 AM by (staff)
Motorola and (Product) RED - a company co-founded by U2 lead singer Bono - have teamed up to bring a (RED) phone to the US. The RED MOTORAZR is a red V3m that will be available from Sprint and US Cellular. For every RED MOTORAZR that is purchased, $17 will be donated to (RED)'s efforts to support The Global Fund, which works to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria in Africa. Earlier this year, carriers in Europe which launched the RED SLVR also agreed to donate 5% of RED subscribers' monthly bills to (Product) RED. American carriers will only be donating a portion of the phone purchase. The RED MOTORAZR V3m will be shipping in early November, and can be pre-ordered now from Sprint. The phone features EV-DO data, a 1.3 Megapixel camera and a MicroSD card slot.
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It's the least you can do! (Literally)
If you cant get the phone - get the BT headset!
I dont get it RICH/ERIC
So who IS donating the money?? is it not US CELL and Sprint??
they profit off of phone slaes too, and as you can see in the article, it says MOTOROLA is teaming up with project red.
i want one!