GIV Mobile Offers No-Contract Wireless Plans That Give Back

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Now you can have a no-contract wireless plan that also gives back to a charity of your choice! PTel Mobile, one of the pioneers in no-contract wireless, has just launched GIV Mobile. GIV Mobile isn’t the first mobile company to offer no-contract wireless, but it is the first consumer conscious service that dedicates to donating 8% of monthly “Unlimited Everything” plans to a non-profit charity of your choice. You can choose to have money donated to such charities as the Alzheimer’s Association®, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, American Red Cross, United Way Worldwide, Scholarship America, and more.

GIV Mobile

GIV Mobile utilizes the 4G network of T-Mobile USA, Inc. This allows users to have a fast and reliable connection nearly anywhere in the United States. Now that more and more people are using mobile devices, it is important to offer great service at a reasonable price. GIV Mobile offers two affordable no-contract plans that can be used with a GIV mobile phone or any unlocked GSM phone. These plans include:

  • $40/month Unlimited Everything – talk, text, MMS, International text and web (first 250MB up to 4G/3G speeds) on all 4G enabled phones and smartphones.
  • $50/month Unlimited Everything – talk, text, MMS, International text and web (first 2GB up to 4G/3G speeds) on all 4G enabled phones and smartphones.

Once you setup your plan, you will be able to choose up to three charities from eight different categories. These charities will receive a monthly donation. Charities include:

  • Animal Welfare: American Veterinary Medical Foundation, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, PetSmart Charities, WCS Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Arts, Culture & Humanity: The Academy of Natural Sciences, Archaeological Conservancy, Fractured Atlas, Little Kids Rock, StoryCorps
  • Education: Children’s Scholarship Fund, Donors Choose, Kids in Need Foundation, Scholarship America
  • Environment: American Rivers, The Conservation Fund, The Nature Conservancy, The Wilderness Society
  • Health: Alzheimer’s Association, American Cancer Society, Commonweal, Patient Services Incorporated, St Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • International: Camfed USA, Doctors Without Borders, Direct Relief International, United States Fund for UNICEF
  • Human Services: American Red Cross, The Children’s Aid Society, Dress for Success, Feeding America, National Alliance to End Homelessness, Ronald McDonald House Charities
  • Public Benefit: American Endowment Foundation, Carnegie Institution for Science, Mercy Housing, Taproot Foundation, United Way Worldwide

Plus, GIV Mobile will have a period of open submissions where you can nominate new charitable organizations for inclusion in the list.

GIV Mobile has generously offered to give one of my readers a new Google Nexus 4 (8GB) phone as well as 3 months of “Unlimited Everything” service from GIV Mobile worth $449.99!  The Google Nexus 4 is an Android phone that comes with all the greatest Google Apps. You will love the functionality and ease of use of this phone.

This giveaway has ended. Winner: Sandy C.

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  1. Margaret Smith says:

    St Jude Children’s Research Hospital because I like the work that they do in helping children

  2. Elizabeth Ray says:

    American Cancer Society. I am a 10-year breast cancer survivor. I participate in the Relay for Life every year. I currently have 2 cousins (different branches of my family) fighting cancer. One has inoperable pancreatic cancer (They attempted surgery, and determined that if they removed the cancer, it would kill the patient) and the other is currently undergoing whole brain radiation for brain cancer. (This is a recurrance of brain cancer from several years ago.) My father-in-law died of lung cancer.

    I hate cancer, and would LOVE to see all forms irradicated!

  3. Gary Ray says:

    American Cancer Society. My dad died of lung cancer. My wife is a 10-year breast cancer survivor. She is worried about 2 of her cousins who are fighting cancer. (one – brain, the other pancreas) Would like to get rid of ALL cancer. Forever. As quickly as possible.

  4. Sandy Cain says:

    I would help out St. Jude’s Hospital. No kid should have to suffer like that.

  5. poiuyt580 says:

    Doctors without Borders – they deserve it.

  6. lisa lo says:

    Dress for Success because I know what it’s like to not have nice clothing.

  7. Wendy Owen says:

    I chose St.Judes because the children are never turned away, a sickness of that kind is hard on family’s and anything they don’t have to worry about (housing, food) is one less heartache for them.

  8. Ann Fantom says:

    I would choose the American Cancer Society because my family has been directly affected by cancer

  9. Probably PetSmart Charities because I love animals.

  10. I like to give to the local food pantries
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  11. I would donate to American Red Cross they have done so much for families all over the states and would love to help them keeping pushing on strong.

  12. Animal Welfare because we are huge animal lovers!!

  13. Austin Baroudi says:

    The American Veterinary Medical Foundation because we are huge animal lovers in this household!

  14. I am a animal lover and advocate and would donate to the PetSmart Charities because I am very impressed with what Petsmart has done with their charity!

  15. American Cancer Society. Cancer is a terrible disease and it has affected my family

  16. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would choose Scholarship America because I feel education is essential for our children’s future.

  17. courtney b says:

    phx childrens hospital- they helped out my daughter when she was sick

  18. American Cancer Society.

  19. I would go with the St Judes children’s research hospital

  20. I would choose The Ronald McDonald House located here in Cincinnati. We give every year!
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  21. I would choose Alzheimer’s Association, unfortunately my mom is heading in that direction.
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  22. Ellie W says:

    I would give to the American Heart Foundation because both my parents died from heart issues.

  23. American Cancer Society – my Dad passed away from cancer.

  24. Laura Jacobson says:

    I would choose St Jude Children’s Research Hospital! I was touched by a little girl that had cancer years ago and passed away. I still think of her often and know how much St Jude helped her family!

  25. joseph gersch jr says:

    i would give to our animal shlter because I love dogs

  26. I would choose Feeding America – way too many children go to bed hungry in this country

  27. Samii Meyer says:

    I would choose to give to Feed Our Starving children, I think it is important to make sure that everyone has enough food, and is well taken care of – we here have so much luxury when it comes to food, and I really wish other people had the same.

  28. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would give to PetSmart Charities because I love animals.

  29. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    i would donate to WCS Wildlife Conservation Society because I love animals/wildlife and its important we protect them before everything becomes extinct