Make sustainability a priority.



Mobile Devices


Reduce your tech footprint - pick a sustainable phone.

iphone 15

Apple’s most sustainable phone yet.

iPhone 15 contains 23% renewable content*, reducing emissions by over 9 percent

Uses 47% less energy than the energy conservation standard*.

Trade in or recycle your Apple device easily.

The most carbon neutral phone.

999 Tons CO2 avoided in 2022

Easiest phone to repair

42% reduction in carbon emissions* as compared to average carbon footprint* of smartphones

Affordable and Green.

  • 50% recycled plastics
  • 81/100 Eco rating

Telecom targets Scope 3* emissions. These are emissions from sources not owned or controlled by your business. This also includes your mobile phones, mobile network and broadband.



52% reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions* since 2020.

Enabled an avoidance of 24.9 million tones C02

Supporting Solar farms and self-powered masts*.

Connecting businesses to sustainable solutions:

Committed to helping business customers reduce their carbon emissions by 350 million tonnes globally.

“Customers are putting pressure on brands to be sustainable. More than 2/3 of businesses claim their customers expect them to take an ethical stance on social issues “- Vodafone

Got a phone already?

We’re planting a tree to offset your phone’s carbon footprint!

Get a 100% recycled plastic sim and offset your phone’s carbon usage.*

Reducing our impact on the planet.

Taking care of our planet is super important, and it shouldn’t be a drag on anyone’s business. That’s why we build tools and stuff that help our customers shrink their carbon footprint.
Here’s how

Carbon emissions simplified.


Carbon emissions:

It allows us to compare the carbon emissions of different activities, products, companies, or countries. It’s usually reported in tons of emissions per unit.

Eco Rating:

It evaluates the environmental impact of the production, transportation, use and disposal of mobile phones.
Renewable materials: They are a type of bio-material managed in a way that enables continuous production without depleting the earth’s resources.

Energy Conservation Standard: They are a set of procedures and regulations that prescribe the energy performance of manufactured products, sometimes prohibiting the sale of products that are less efficient than a minimum level

Scope 1: Direct emissions that occur from sources that are controlled or owned by an organization
Scope 2: Indirect emissions associated with purchasing electricity, steam, heat, or cooling.
Scope 3: Emissions that come from business operations. They are caused by sources that are not directly owned or controlled by an organization.

Self-powered masts:

Mobile phone masts that use wind, solar, and battery power to create sustainable energy. They don’t need to be plugged directly into the power grid.

Carbon offset:

It is a trading mechanism that allows businesses to compensate for their carbon emissions by supporting projects that reduce, avoid, or remove emissions elsewhere.

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