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Sprint to Offer Free Device and Broadband to 1,000,000 Low-income Students

A new initiative from mobile carrier Sprint seeks to bridge the gap between families that have Internet and the 5 million families that do not by offering free devices and data plans to low-income high school students. The 1Million Project is “the largest corporate initiative to bridge the digital divide and help close ‘Homework Gap’ […]
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