This cell phone company wants to send 10 percent of your monthly bill to charity
Giving to charity doesn't have to break the bank, and Jimmy Wales -- the founder of Wikipedia -- showed us that this is more true than ever. He recently announced the launch of The People's Operator (TPO), a mobile carrier that will automatically donate 10 percent of your monthly cell phone bill to a charity or cause of your choice.
TPO will be powered by Sprint's existing infrastructure and network and will also give 25 percent of annual profits to charity.
The company won't charge customers more to compensate for the donations, though. With creative names for cell phone plans like "Goodness-To-Go-Bananas", the company has a giving and creative mindset.
In terms of the company's goals, Wales told Mashable:
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