Claire’s phones are now all over the place.
It’s a great deal of fun to find them all but they are often hard to find because of their limited size.
Claire had to sell her old phone case to make space for all her other phones.
“They just never fit in,” Claire says.
The case Claire had been storing her phones in for years is now gone.
“I was hoping to sell it, but I couldn’t afford it,” Claire said.
She said she couldn’t get her hands on a replacement case, so she ended up selling her old case to raise the money for a replacement.
Claire says she is looking forward to buying a replacement phone case for the other phones in the house.
“My other phones will be gone too, so I don’t know what to do,” she said.
“Hopefully I’ll get my hands on one for the others.”
Clair is the first of three young women to have their phones sold to charity.
The charity, Lumee, has been making phone cases for young people aged between 18 and 30 for four years.
They say their phones are the best way to buy a new phone, and the phones they sell can be used for up to two years.
“We have a lot of young people in the UK who are not using their phones for any purpose other than getting on with their lives, so it’s really important for us to make phone cases,” said Emily Dutton, who is helping make the phone cases available.
The Lumee phone cases have sold out of Claire’s old phone cases. “
Claire and I have been looking at how we can make the phones more affordable and make them a more viable option for young adults.”
The Lumee phone cases have sold out of Claire’s old phone cases.
“It’s a really good idea to donate the phones, so if we could sell the cases, we’d really appreciate it,” she says.
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