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Mark Peters : August 10th 2009 - 12:20 CET

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SamsungSamsung Reclaim Sprint Eco phone : Sprint is making it easier than ever for cell phone customers to “go green” with new eco-friendly phones, services and programs and expanding its commitment as a leader in sustainability. Available this month, Sprint and Samsung Mobile, the leading cell phone provider in the United States, announced the Samsung Reclaim handset as the first cell phone in the Unites States constructed from eco-friendly bio-plastic materials. Made from 80% recyclable materials, Samsung Reclaim handset is a feature-rich messaging phone that offers environmentally conscious customers a perfect blend of responsibility without sacrificing the latest in network speeds and must-have features.
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Samsung Reclaim Eco phone
The Samsung Reclaim is the most full-featured QWERTY cell phone launched by Sprint at less than $50. It will be available on August 16 in all Sprint retail channels, including Best Buy, Radio Shack, Sprint website and Sprint telesales for just $49.99 with a two-year service agreement after a $30 instant rebate and a $50 mail-in rebate (Taxes and service charges excluded.) It will be available at Wal-Mart in early September. Operating on America’s most dependable 3G network, Samsung Reclaim boasts One Click, Sprint’s award-winning customizable user interface with quick access to such social networks as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube.

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Samsung Reclaim Sprint cell phone
When customers purchase Samsung Reclaim handset from Sprint, $2 of the proceeds will benefit the Nature Conservancy’s Adopt an Acre program, which supports land conservation across the United States and protects some of the world’s most beautiful and important natural habitats. “This generous donation from Sprint will help us protect and restore some of America’s most beautiful and ecologically important landscapes for future generations to enjoy,” said Mark Tercek, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy. “We applaud Sprint’s sustainability efforts, as innovation and new technology are crucial to the future of conservation.”

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Samsung Reclaim Sprint Mobile phone




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