Haiti Relief Efforts: T-Mobile offer free calls and Red Cross donations

By Alan Ng - Jan 15, 2010

We have some welcome news for all T-Mobile customers affected in one way or another by the Haiti Earthquake that struck the country this week. T-Mobile are offering customers free calls to and from Haiti for a set period, as well as setting up a customer donation service, which will go directly to the Red Cross.

As reported from BGR, calls will be free to and from Haiti from January 12th, up until through January 31, 2010. In addition to this, T-Mobile has stated that they will be providing wireless equipment such as generators and wireless phones, to help with getting the countries communications back on track.

If you feel like donating towards the victims, you can simply text “HAITI” to “90999″ and a $10 donation will be sent directly to the Red Cross. A similar service has also been set up, where you can donate $5 by texting “YELE” to 501501.

More information over at BGR. Let us know your thoughts on it.

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