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Donate Your Old Cell Phone Through The 911 Cell Phone Bank

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Each year over 100 million people upgrade their old cell phones. Most simply toss them in a drawer and forget about them. Our mission is to maximize the benefits of retired cell phones while minimizing their environmental impact. Reusing cell phones ensures that the greatest possible value is recovered and quite literally gives old phones new life.

When you donate your old cell phone to the 911 Cell Phone Bank, the phone is wiped clean and then distributed to senior citizens and victims of abuse so that they may be able to call 911 in the event of an emergency. To learn more about the process, click on the website link below.

We have several drop-off locations in Cedar City:

  • Sprint - 1830 N Main St #1
  • Cedar City Public Library - 303 N 100 E
  • Two Brothers Communications - 198 N Main St
  • Cedar City Offices - 10 N Main St
  • Mybullfrog.com (Verizon Wireless) - 574 S Main St
  • T-Mobile Limited - 1223 Sage Dr Suite C
  • SUU Service & Learning Center - 185 S 300 W
  • Volunteer Center of Iron County  - 88 E Fiddler's Canyon Rd Suite H
  • Enoch City Offices - 900 E Midvalley Rd, Enoch

Individuals needing an emergency cell phone can make a request at the Volunteer Center of Iron County. Our phone number is 435-867-8384.

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