Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Recycle your phone for Joe!

Mark Kenyon (ATTNEWS.US)

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After checking out your blog I thought I might have some information that your readers and other supporters of our troops might be interested in. This July 4th, join AT&T and Cell Phones for Soldiers by recycling your old cell phone to help provide U.S. troops with free phone cards to call their friends and loved ones.

Customers can recycle their old cell phones in more than 2,000 AT&T stores across 1,100 U.S. cities, as well as at sponsored events like Vans Warped Tour 2008, the popular music festival.

For more information about donating phones or funds to Cell Phones for Soldiers, visit To start your own donation drive, go to"

In addition to all of this great work to help support our troops AT&T is now offering the first comprehensive portfolio of mobile content tailored to the United States Military. Just in time for 4th of July, AT&T customers now have access to ringtones, Answer Tones™, 3D graphics and animations, and videos tailored to members of the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard.

Accessing these tools is fast and easy. AT&T customers can text USA to 386 and receive a link to view the entire collection of more than 300 military-themed products.

The collection will also include special photos that highlight the skill and precision of the military’s premier air demonstration squadron, the USAF Thunderbirds. A portion of each Thunderbird photo sale will be contributed by 2Thumbz to the Air Force Aid Society—the official charity of the USAF. This way, AT&T customers that utilize this exclusive wireless content won’t only be honoring our armed forces, they’ll be making a difference, as well.

For photos of Cell Phones for Soldiers and AT&T’s new military-themed applications, visit the AT&T Troop Support channel on Flickr:

Please let me know if you have any questions!

Thank you,

Mark Kenyon

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