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T-Mobile claims it will give free internet to 10 million homes if Sprint merger goes through

The Verge Thursday, 7 November 2019
T-Mobile claims it will give free internet to 10 million homes if Sprint merger goes throughIllustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

On Thursday, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that, if his company’s merger with Sprint closes, the New T-Mobile would roll out a program to help provide children across the country with greater access to the internet and close the “homework gap.”

T-Mobile is calling it “Project 10 Million,” and it aims to provide 10 million households with free access to the internet. It’s a $10 billion commitment from the proposed New T-Mobile that will take place over the next five years. The company has also vowed to invest another $700 million to put hardware, hot spots, and reduced-cost devices in 10 million households to help deliver access.

Eligible families will receive “up to 100GB of free internet access each year, one free Wi-Fi enabled hot...
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