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Sprint offers high school students a million free wireless devices

In an effort to help bridge America's digital divide, Sprint announced today that it will provide a million wireless devices and service to disadvantaged high school students. Dubbed the "1Million Project," it'll give kids the choice of a free phone, tablet, hotspot or computer, together with 3 gigabytes of LTE data (along with free 2G data beyond that) and free voice and text.
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