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Sprint Makes Strides in Green Efforts

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Nov 9, 2010, 9:32 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Sprint has taken a number of steps to further reduce its carbon footprint and achieve its sustainability goals. First, Sprint has adopted TMNG Global's SmartXchange device recapture service. SmartXchange offers Sprint the tools and services it needs to more effectively reach out to its customers for old or unused handsets and have them properly recycled or reconditioned. Second, Sprint has partnered with doxo to make it easier for customers to manage paperless billing. Doxo is a web-based filing system that lets customers manage and file all their paperless bills in one place online. Sprint says doxo users can now include their Sprint bill in their doxo account for free.

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jasonleerock1

Nov 9, 2010, 11:04 AM

Smoke and Mirrors

The other day I threw away a large trash can full of brochures, flyers, price plan books, posters, exc.because Sprint decided to put out new material.

I understand that we need to change out things form time to time, but most of this was unnecessary. The new price plan book had the EXACT information as the old ones, the only difference I could find was the front cover had a different picture on it.

This kind of thing happens every other month or so as some bigwig decides to change things up a bit, so it filters down to the store level.

I called other stores, and they said they had thrown away a significant amount of perfectly good plan books as well. Take that times 4500+ stores and it makes you wonder how many trees were dest...
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They could at least recycle the brochures! Phonebooks get recycled. Most people don't use phonebooks these day, especially us smartphone geeks.
I happen to think this is a great program. Sprint has already been recognized for their green efforts and this takes it to another level.

As far as you throwing out old material: Paper products are recycled. So if you are using the recycling bin, ...
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