Apple: Offer the iPhone on Credo Mobile!
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CEO, Sprint
Daniel Hesse
CEO, Apple
Tim Cook

Apple: Offer the iPhone on Credo Mobile!

    1. Ari-Jon Laquidara
    2. Petition by

      Ari-Jon Laquidara

      Santa Cruz, CA

The major cell phone carriers currently offering the iPhone have a history of funding right-wing politicians and special interest groups, but people who are Apple enthusiasts shouldn't be forced to make the same choices in order to own an iPhone. Credo Mobile (created by Working Assets) is the answer to this. Credo donates money to causes we care about, such as Amnesty International, the Rainforest Action Network and Doctors Without Borders. They also have an excellent track record lobbying for environmental protection (creating pressure to shut down coal plants and implement other green initiatives). Further, they are the only carbon-neutral cell phone carrier in the states. Push to offer the iPhone on Credo Mobile and allow progressives around the U.S. to use their phone bill dollars for the good of the planet.

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    • Martin Steitz FOREST LAKE, MN
      • 10 months ago

      I want a socially responsible option as an Apple customer

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    • Vaso Williams WATERFORD, CT
      • 11 months ago

      Please move with the times, Apple, I am sick of being controlled by AT&T

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    • Marc Verzatt NEW YORK, NY
      • 11 months ago

      Love my iPhone. Need the synch ability.

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    • sunny walters SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 11 months ago

      I want an iPhone and I want to stay with credo,

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    • Vince Yotsukura BROOKEVILLE, MD
      • 11 months ago

      Because I want my sister to get an iPhone and she is a strong supporter of Credo! Yay!

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