CREDO Mobile

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CREDO Mobile is a wireless reseller that supports liberal (progressive) nonprofit groups. CREDO Mobile sells phones which operate on the Sprint Mobile network even though CREDO Mobile actually handles the billing. Users agree to have 1% of their charges contribute to liberal groups like Planned Parenthood, Rainforest Action Network, Human Rights Watch, the ACLU and more.[1]

"Credo Mobile, a division of the liberal firm Working Assets, has partnered with Democracy for America, a progressive political action committee born of Howard Dean’s presidential campaign, to create DFA Wireless. When subscribers make a call on a DFA Wireless phone, 10 percent of their monthly charges will go to Democracy for America."[2]

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