Mobile health initiative raises funds through recycled phones

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The used devices have been used to build up money to support programs in 20 countries worldwide. A nonprofit organization called Hope Phones, which operates mobile health programs in twenty countries around the world has started a cell phone recycling program that is helping the group to be able to generate funds to continue their humanitarian work. The program is designed to not only provide money for a worthy cause, but also reduce cell phone waste. The Hope Phones organization was created to help to support the mobile health efforts…

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QR codes used to make smartphone buybacks easy

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MaxBack has simplified the process of selling mobile devices using barcodes. While QR codes have been used primarily in mobile marketing, MaxBack has discovered a whole new way to apply them to mcommerce to add convenience to their process. Now, consumers can scan the barcodes to help them to earn money for their mobile devices. The company has established an easy to use, online service for buying back used feature phones, smartphones, and tablets, as well as iPods. It then either recycles or remarkets these devices. In order to find…

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