AT&T to Add Eco Ratings to Phones
When I'm at the grocery store and I want ketchup, I dont care if the no-name brand is $1.00 less and comes in an Eco-Plastic container. I'm getting Heinz, becuase that is what I like.
Customers will go for want they want, and what they like. Their minds will not be changed by something that uses 20% recycled materials.
Can you see this scenario ?:
Dude 1) Hey man! I just got an iPhone 4!
Dude 2) That phone isnt for me man, that phone has .54% more antimony trioxide than my device does. You're just a planet hater.
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