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Planned Parenthood launches pro-abortion cell phone service

.- Planned Parenthood Wireless has launched a new affinity program that allows its supporters to sign up for mobile phone service and see 10% of their monthly bill used to support the abortion business, reported LifeNews.com.

The pro-abortion group will include action alerts and information customers' monthly bills, and 30 free minutes of calls every month. Customers will receive pro-abortion text messages. New customers can keep their current cell phone number and get a free phone for signing up.

The service is handled by Working Assets, which has provided long-distance phone services for Planned Parenthood for years. According to LifeNews.com, the two companies partnered to generate phone calls to South Dakota residents last year, urging citizens to defeat a statewide abortion ban.

Like many other affinity phone service companies, Working Assets contracts with a larger phone company (in this case Sprint) to provide telephone access to its customers.

Pro-lifers also have companies that provide various communications services, including the Missouri-based Pro Life Communications and Amerivision Communications, also known as LifeLine Communications or Affinity 4.


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