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Sprint to Give 1 Million Devices With Service to Disadvantaged Students

My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative began by President Obama in 2014 to help minority males, is getting a boost from Sprint this week. Announced this morning, Sprint is donating one million Internet-connected devices, plus service for these devices, to youth who don’t have access to the Internet at home.  According to Sprint, the program will help […] Sprint to Give 1 Million Devices W
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