Cell Phone Company Provides Pro-Life Alternative for Conscientious Shoppers

By Lydia Goerner Published on July 28, 2016

The largest mobile companies in the United States — Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile — all fund pro-abortion organizations.

Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile are directly linked to Planned Parenthood, while AT&T and Sprint fund other pro-abortion organizations, Life Site News recently reported.

Life Site News suggested an alternative to those who are anti-abortion,  with “the only pro-life mobile phone company in the world”: Charity Mobile. 

In an interview with Life Site News, Charity Mobile’s President, David Condit, said the company allows customers to “donate to a pro-life, pro-family charity of their choice.” Charity Mobile does this by sending 5 percent of customers’ monthly plan cost to the charity they choose.

“Charity Mobile is a business opportunity to combine something commercial with the pro-life movement,” Condit said. “We understand that consumers are concerned they will have to compromise quality to support a pro-life company, but we aim to eliminate that compromise.”

Charity Mobile has donated more than $1 million to charities around the world since it was founded by Catholic laity in 1996.

Their business model is to provide customers with “competitively priced” services and “exceptional customer service,” and to allow them to support a company that shares their values, turning “everyday living into effortless giving.”

Life Site News admonished those who are against abortion:

With American consumerism so closely intertwined with the abortion movement, pro-lifers need to be extra cautious about where they put their money.

Cell phone providers are not the only U.S. companies that often support pro-abortion organizations. 2nd Vote gives consumers the choice to “vote with your dollar” with their scorecard, detailing hundreds of companies and where they stand on political issues.

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