Mindful Cell & Landline Phone Bill: Working Assets (now ‘Credo’).

Via on Sep 2, 2008

My best friend Dave and I have this argument. He has a fancy Treo. I’ve got your regular ol’cell phone. He sends his $$$ to Verizon. I send my money…to Working Assets, now Credo, a Canadian Co that sends you coupons for free Ben & Jerry’s, and 1% of your monthly bill to wonderful causes of your choosing. Dave says ‘Only support a company if it does its basic job well, first.’ I say, ‘Give the little man a chance to catch up.” But I still want an iPhone.

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6 Responses to “Mindful Cell & Landline Phone Bill: Working Assets (now ‘Credo’).”

  1. lindsey says:

    Have you heard about the Greenpeace testing of the iPhone and the lawsuit from the Center for Environmental Health over the use of phthalates in the phone? I’m wondering if there are any updates in the case, or if it really is any different than any other cell phone. I’d bet they all have some sort of toxic components.

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