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Hong Kong Broadband Network Launches Cell Phone Recycling Scheme

The Hong Kong Broadband Network has launched a new cell phone recycling scheme with the aim of helping those who are unable to afford a cell phone of their own. “The Gift of Communications” initiative, as the scheme has been labelled, will see the Caritas Hong Kong Computer Workshop give out free computers and cell phones to people who are unable to afford to purchase their own, from the old computers and old cell phones donated by keen recyclers.

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DARK FORM OF CELL PHONE RECYCLING

A rather dark version of the idea of cell phone recycling has been uncovered with prison authorities having discovered that someone has somehow smuggled an old cellular phone into notorious murderer Charles Manson. This marks the second time in as many years that Charles Manson appears to have benefitted from someone’s decidedly warped interpretation of the notion of cell phone recycling.

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CELL PHONES SICKNESS

Sick of your cell phone? You may not be the only one, if a new report from a Central government committee in Mumbai is to be believed. The report appears to be a confirmation of what many critics have been saying for years, that cell phones, used cell phones or new ones, could be hazardous to our health.

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Repair Old Cell Phones

Most people, when their old cell phones run out of power and just stops working, tend to throw them out (or use the cell phone recycling process, if they’re responsible) and then go out and buy themselves a brand new phone. Fortunately, there may now be another option thanks to CellularDR.com. Located in Glendale, the company, well known and widely respected for its skills in old cellular phone repair, software upgrades and other accessories, has now unveiled its latest service which goes under the name of “No Power Repair Service”.