Ecotalk and the RSPB working together

Make a difference with your mobile

You can help to give land back to nature, just by switching the SIM in your mobile.

Paul and Jack from Ecotalk standing outside at a reserve

The mobile service that gives back

We’ve teamed up with Ecotalk to create a new kind of phone service, where 100% of profits go to creating more homes for nature. Bundles start at just £5.50 a month and you’ll enjoy great coverage on the market-leading EE service. Plus, you can even bring your current mobile number with you.

How it works

When you join Ecotalk + RSPB the money from your monthly bill will fund land purchases at current and future RSPB reserves. We’ve been rated as an Ethical Consumer Best Buy, so you can be confident that by making the switch you’ll be making a big difference for nature.

 

Take a look below at what we’ve already achieved thanks to our mobile customers – and this is just the start!

Fairburn Tips, West Yorkshire, 2019

Once the largest colliery spoil heap in Europe, Fairburn Tips has been restored for nature and is now is now part of our Fairburn Ings reserve. It’s home to a fabulous array of rare wildlife, including bitterns, willow tits and spoonbills.

Berney Marshes, Norfolk, 2021

 

The reserve protects a large area of wet grassland, intertidal mud and saltmarsh in the Norfolk Broads, supporting lapwings, pink-footed geese and many other species.

 

What’s next?

We’ve got ambitious plans to continue to purchase and restore land, creating more safe havens for Britain’s precious wildlife. You can help make this dream a reality by joining Ecotalk + RSPB. The more people who switch, the more homes we can do.

Hawkfinch foraging on woodland floor

Horse Common, New Forest National Park

A vital extension to our Franchises Lodge nature reserve, this neglected woodland will provide habitat for a host of birds and other creatures, including lesser spotted woodpeckers, nightjars and hawfinches.

An aerial photograph of Greylake Reserve

Greylake, Somerset

Greylake has a mix of habitats including reedbed, open water and grassland, which attracts marsh harriers, curlews, redshanks and many more species.