Stop Throwing Away Your Broken Phones

Maggie Kimberl  |

Did you know that ever day in America people throw out 350,000 smartphones? These are usually phones that have dead batteries or cracked screens, but these are things that can be fixed for much cheaper than a costly replacement. The problem? We are so dependent on our phones that we don't want to be without them, so replacing them is easier. Or so you think — most common phone problems can be fixed while you wait in about ten minutes. Learn more about fixing smartphones from the infographic below.

Equities Contributor: Maggie Kimberl

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Director of Promotions, NowSourcing, Inc. Content Editor for American Whiskey Magazine.

DISCLOSURE: I work for the infographic design agency that developed this infographic.


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