The eco-friendly Sony Ericsson Cedar cell phone and the India calling card May 5th, 2012
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Now even cell phone companies have decided to go green, all thanks to the save your environment campaigns going on across the globe. Sony Ericsson has unveiled its GreenHeart series of cellphone keeping in mind the environment around us.
Dubbed as Cedar, it is a candybar style phone with 2.2-inch display, Bluetooth connectivity, HSDPA, 3.5mm headphone jack and integrated FM radio. With it you also get Netfront 3.5 browser, Exchange ActiveSync and you can even use your phone as a USB mass storage device.
It has been created from recycled plastic with low power consumption charger. In order to save the environment, the cell phone will be available in a compact box with manual in an electronic form.
Cellphones are quite popular because of the mobility they offer and for this very reason people use it for making calls as compared to landline phones. Since cellphones are in fashion, companies are taking initiatives to minimize e-waste and for this very reason Sony came up with Cedar.
But not only eco-friendly aspects are important for choosing a new cellphone, also the price for the phone and of course the price for the phonecalls. Calling cards are preferred among cell phones users because of the cost factor and you can use them for making international calls without affecting your budget. For e.g. if you would like to call India, you can use India calling card to call India cheap. Calls are definitely cheaper using calling cards.