Youfone to continue charity donations after Call4Care deal

Monday 25 July 2011 | 11:08 CET | News
Dutch MVNO Youfone has acquired Call4Care, adding around 3,000 customers to its base. Call4Care offered a mobile service where 10 percent of all billed charges was donated to various charities. However, the proceeds did not always find their way to the right place. Youfone plans to extend the concept with the service Happybel.nl. Youfone will double the donations to 20 percent as well as make extra donations to the charities Kids Rights and Sunday Foundation. Youfone earlier acquired the other MVNOs Chippie and Amatus.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Call4Care / Chippie / Youfone
Countries: Netherlands
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