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Microsoft and T-Mobile hope to tackle broadband gap with free 4G plans for US schools

7 days ago   |   By Tech Radar

Microsoft is partnering up with T-Mobile to provide free 4G LTE coverage to help out schoolchildren in underserved or rural areas where broadband isn't available in the US, and as part of a drive to push its ‘Connected PCs' in education markets in general (with two such fresh devices being introduced). The pilot program will begin in February 2020 and will offer SIM cards and free 4G LTE coverage plans to schools in selected districts in the aforementioned underserved areas of the US.
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