CTIA's “go wireless, go green” website provides useful information about measures consumers can take to be more environmentally responsible, CTIA members’ initiatives to improve their operations to be more sustainable and the eco-friendly value wireless provides other industries.
The website also provides consumers with information on how they can recycle their wireless devices, such as smartphones and cellphones, as well as their wireless accessories. For consumers who want to know what happens once they return their devices and accessories, CTIA explains the recycling, refurbishing and reusing processes.
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Your Wireless Service
This section focuses on helping you prepare to purchase wireless service. You’ll learn what information carriers have committed to provide you, as well as what kind of plans and devices you might want to consider.
Understanding Your Service
This section focuses on helping you understand your wireless bill, taxes, fees and surcharges and offers you answers to a variety of common consumer questions.
Recycling Wireless Devices and Accessories
Consumers have a variety of options to recycle their "old" devices and accessories, whether it’s through a program supported by a carrier, manufacturer or third party organization. In this section, CTIA explains how you can safely recycle your wireless products and what happens when they are refurbished, recycled or reused.
In this section we focus on providing you with the latest industry statistics, a comprehensive list of terms and definitions of the industry jargon, a quick history of the wireless industry, and an easy-to-follow and concise explanation of how wireless works.
Voluntary Industry Guidelines
CTIA and the participating wireless carriers have voluntarily established and adopted guidelines to provide consumers with information to help them make informed choices when both selecting wireless services and in accessing content using a wireless handset. This section will outline the wireless industry's efforts to provide wireless service that meets consumer's needs.
The wireless industry is committed to providing individuals with disabilities the information they need to find and select accessible wireless services and devices to meet their individual needs. This section will provide you an outline of what information is out there for you as a consumer and where to find it.