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Freecycle mobile for your cell phone

The Mobile Gift Economy -- The Freecycle Networkâ„¢ and Nokia Take the Global Gift Economy off the Computer and into the Streets.

Freecycle, the online network helping millions of people to recycle, has announced it is now available to use on mobile devices following an agreement with Nokia, the world's largest mobile device company. The move expands the global gifting network beyond the constraints of the computer to people's mobile phones in over 85 countries around the world.

"Whether at a construction site, in the garden, home or work, a computer is no longer required to find a new home for used items otherwise headed for the landfill. This is music to the ears of Freecycle's nearly 7 million members in over 4,600 communities, and we want to thank Nokia for making this possible," says Deron Beal, Freecycle founder.

Freecycle has worked with Nokia to make the service accessible and easy to use on a mobile device. Nokia's support is just one of many ways in which the company is helping to realize the potential of mobile devices to provide new ways to make more sustainable environmental decisions in our daily lives.

You can access Freecycle's mobile website simply by typing mobile.freecycle. org into your mobile phone's browser. "

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