Donating your old mobile phone
- Telecom, Vodafone and
2degrees all have mobile phone drop off
points in their stores. Just ask at the counter.
- Freepost envelopes are regularly inserted into
national newspapers and magazines. Simply pop your old mobile phone
in one of these envelopes and drop it in your nearest post
- If you have a large quantity of phones,
simply package them in a box, and
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
us on 09 377 4750.
We are happy to receive any make and model of mobile phone
regardless of condition.
If you are a Mercury Energy customer you will
have received this Mobile Phone Appeal envelope in your November
Supporting the Starship National Air Ambulance
In just four years the Starship Mobile Phone Appeal has raised
over $2million for the Starship National Air Ambulance Service.
Over 650,000 phones have been donated!
The Starship National Air Ambulance flies top medical experts to
life-threatening emergencies anywhere across the country. A highly
trained team of specialists stabilise the children to allow them to
be brought safely to Starship Hospital where they can receive the
very best of care that they need. The Starship Foundation is
committed to fundraising $1.5million annually for this life-saving
service. Learn more about the Starship National Air Ambulance
Below is a photo taken at the February 2013 event to celebrate
raising $2million from the Mobile Phone Appeal. The Prime Minister
John Key attended and donated a mobile towards the next $2million,
along with Charlotte Stewart who flew up to Starship on the
Starship National Air Ambulance recently.
Read more about this event in our Latest
What happens to the old phones?
The mobile phones that are donated which still have a useful
life get refurbished and resold into third world
countries. There are a small number that can no longer be used and
these are broken down and recycled in an environmentally
friendly way. Read more about how the
Mobile Phone Appeal is helping save the environment.
The Starship Mobile Phone Appeal is proudly supported by: