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Recycle Mobile Phones this Christmas with MobileMuster

Date: 29-Nov-12

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Wrapping up for Christmas? Now is the perfect time to dig up all those old mobile phones lying around at work or home and recycle them with MobileMuster.

You'll not only be helping keep old mobiles out of landfill but if you recycle them for FREE with MobileMuster before the 31st of December, you'll also receive 6 beautiful prints of your own favourite photos. It's a great way to bring those special memories back to life - you could even give them away as unique Christmas cards.

With more than 22 million old mobiles sitting around in homes and workplaces, we can't afford to let them end up in landfill where they could harm the environment. Nearly everything in a mobile phone and its accessories can be recycled, returned to the resource stream, and made into new batteries, stainless steel, plastic fence posts and many other items.

Recycling your mobiles and claiming your 6 prints is simple - just upload your images and drop off or post in your mobiles to MobileMuster. MobileMuster will send you your prints when they receive your mobile.

You can also enter your photos into the Memory Muster competition for a chance to have your photos published and exhibited in the new year.

Don't want the prints but just want to recycle? Simply drop them off at your local MobileMuster collection point including any Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, Crazy Johns, Fone Zone, Allphones, Virgin Mobile or Officeworks store. You can also post them in by using either the free reply paid mailing label or a recycling satchel from your nearest Australia Post outlet.

MobileMuster recycles all brands of mobiles, batteries, chargers and accessories for free. All components will be recycled in a safe, secure and ethical way - none are resold for reuse.

MobileMuster is the mobile phone industry's official product stewardship program. It is a not-for-profit program funded by a levy paid by Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, LG, HTC, Huawei, ZTE, Telstra, Optus Vodafone and Virgin Mobiles on every new handset they import into Australia for sale.

For more information visit or call 1300 730 070

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