Caller ID Spoofing Helps Spread the Message of Earth Day

Earth Day is in just a few days and, to celebrate, SpoofTel is giving away 10 free Spoof Minutes to users that sign up with the secret code.


Vancouver, BC -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/18/2012 -- The very first Earth Day was celebrated on March 21, 1970 while another Earth Day was celebrated on April 22nd of the same year and in 2009 the United Nations declared April 22 to be Mother Earth Day. It is planned to be celebrated on this day at least until the year 2015. Many individuals around the globe now celebrate an Earth Week each year.

According to the Wikipedia article on Earth Day, “Earth Day 2000 combined the ambitious spirit of the first Earth Day with the international grassroots activism of Earth Day 1990. This was the first year that Earth Day used the Internet as its principal organizing tool, and it proved invaluable domestically and internationally. Kelly Evans, a professional political organizer, served as Executive Director of the 2000 campaign. The event ultimately enlisted more than 5,000 environmental groups outside the United States, reaching hundreds of millions of people in a record 183 countries. Leonardo DiCaprio was the official host for the event, and about 400,000 participants stood in the cold rain during the course of the day.”

In just a few days we will be celebrating our 42nd Earth Day and we hope that even more people become involved this year than ever before. Earth Day is an important event because it impacts every individual that resides on our planet.

SpoofTel, the world’s leader in caller ID spoofing, will give away 10 free Spoof Minutes to anyone that uses the promotional code “EARTH” when they sign up an account. It is completely free to sign up and completely free to try, as long as you use the secret word. We hope that you use this day, and this week, to spread the message about how precious or Earth is. It is up to us to protect it and without knowledge and communication, this cannot be done.

Visit SpoofTel.com by April 22 and use the code “EARTH” to earn 10 free Spoof Minutes. To learn more about the history of Earth Day visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Day.