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Motorola's "Green Phone" renews and recycles

5/4/2009 04:00 AM EDT
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re: Motorola's "Green Phone" renews and recycles
daleinaz   5/13/2009 4:34:39 PM
So all they have really done is put an existing phone in "reduced" packaging and included a return envelope for my old phone. They could do this across their entire product line! If they really wanted to move toward "greeness" they could start using the same charger across all phones, so that I don't have to have a new home (and car) charger with each new phone I get.

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