Your cell company funds abortion. If you switch to Charity Mobile, you can save lives instead
July 26, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — In 2016, it’s more or less impossible to survive without a cellphone. Believe me, I tried.
Back in March, I tried to cleanse myself of social media, texting, and the all-knowing Google app on my Samsung Galaxy S3. I lasted two months, finally rejoining the ranks of the 92 percent of Americans who own a cellphone, including 67 percent who own a smartphone.
With cellphones and smartphones being such an essential part of everyday life, the mobile phone industry is extremely competitive. The U.S. market is largely dominated by four mobile companies: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
From no contract pay-as-you-go plans to overseas roaming and data plans, each phone company offers a wide range of benefits and affordable plans.
But these companies also help fund abortion.
With Life Decisions International’s boycott list in mind, pro-lifers must choose their phone providers wisely. The only pro-life mobile phone company in the world is Charity Mobile, which is available in the U.S. market and competes with the larger phone companies in quality and service.
“We offer a no-contract service and exclusively allow customers to donate to a pro-life, pro-family charity of their choice,” Charity Mobile President David Condit said in an interview with LifeSiteNews.
Over the past 20 years, Charity Mobile has donated more than $1 million to charities around the world.
“Charity Mobile is a business opportunity to combine something commercial with the pro-life movement,” Condit explained. “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. We are competitive in the needs our customers have regarding phones and mobile coverage, and are confident that we can provide quality service to our customers.”
If you are like most Americans (including myself) who treat their phone as a bodily appendage, Charity Mobile is definitely worth checking out. It buys shares of larger mobile networks (i.e. minutes, messages, data) in order to maintain the same level of service for its customers as other American phone companies.
Historians will write about abortion as one of the greatest human rights violations of the 20th and 21st centuries. With American consumerism so closely intertwined with the abortion movement, pro-lifers need to be extra cautious about where they put their money.
A simple switch to Charity Mobile will redirect the money you spend on your monthly phone bill from providers that fund abortion to the pro-life cause.
Of course, changing phone providers is always a hassle, but lives are on the line. A pre-born child is killed every 30 seconds in the United States, and way too many Americans — whether they know it or not — are supporting this. Charity Mobile competes with larger companies in price and coverage and offers no-contract, no-strings-attached plans.
Essentially, Charity Mobile competes with larger mobile networks at almost no inconvenience to the customer. Don’t change your habits, just change your carrier, and switch to Charity Mobile today.