T-Mobile to donate money to heart disease awareness from red accessories purchased in February


It looks like T-Mobile wants to do something special during the month of February. The company will look to help out the heart disease cause by offering a number of red accessories throughout the month of February. For every qualifying accessory bought, $1 will be donated to the Hope Heart Institute. It’s a fitting month to do it, what with all the heart-induced imagery flying around thanks to Valentine’s day.

Among the eligible items are Skullcandy’s red Merge headset for $30, Body Glove’s heart pattern cleaning cloth for $10, a SCOSCHE RHYTHM bluetooth armband pulse monitor for $100, a red silicrylic case by Incipio for the Samsung Galaxy S3 for $30, and a red Body Glove diamond case for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for $35. Up to $50,000 will be donated so there’s a nice chance to get the Hope Heart Institute some major funds to help drive awareness.

You can find more eligible accessories here, and these are also available in-store if you want to check them out in person. You might want to shop online, though, as T-Mobile is offering a pretty decent discount off all accessories sold. Use promo code FEBACC20 to take 20% off any accessory you buy, then proceed to feel good knowing you had a small hand in helping out a big cause.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. good ol’ t-mo

  2. Not only is Valentine’s Day in the month of February, but it also happens to be “American Heart Month” as well.

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