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Sprint Gives High School Students a Million Free Devices—So What's the Catch?

The good news is that Sprint is donating 1 million wireless devices and service to high school students in disadvantaged areas. The bad news, of course, is that the service is with Sprint. That and the fine print. Read more...
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