Selected students in Sprint's '1Million Project' will receive a a free phone, tablet, laptop, or hotspot, as well as 3GB of LTE data each month for four years of high school.
The White House says 1 million low-income high school students will receive free internet access under President Barack Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative for minority males.
The 1Million Project aims to connect low-income high schoolers lacking a reliable source of Internet at home.
Sprint said it plans to give one million low-income high-school students free devices and free data connections over the next five years.
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 choic...