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T-Mobile is hosting their T-Mobile Project 10 Million (Working to Connect Every Student) and offering 100GB of Mobile Data/Year + Mobile Hotspot (& opportunity to purchase select devices at a low price) for Free valid for Eligible Families/Students w/o Internet Connection and are enrolled in the National School Lunch Program for 5-Years time span listed below.

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Note, during congestion, customers may notice speeds lower than other customers due to data prioritization.

Eligible OfferIncludes (5-Years Time Span)
  • 100GB Mobile Data per Year
  • Mobile Hotspot
  • Opportunity to Purchase Select Devices at a low cost (at a T-Mobile Retail Store)
    • Coolpad Tasker Tablet
    • Samsung Chromebook 4
    • Lenovo 100e Chromebook
    • Lenovo 100e Windows PC

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  • All documentation must be properly signed and dated within the last twelve months
  • Eligible students can get free hotspot devices and free high speed data. An optional 4GB 30 day data pass is available for $15
  • This program is open to every eligible student, a existing T-Mobile account/customer is not required
  • Re-enrollment is not required once accepted into the program; you data will automatically reset to 100GB on the annual anniversary of the day you activated your hotspot device until your five years of data expire.
  • Project 10 Million lines are allocated across states based on population and split evenly over five school years
  • Offer valid while promotion last
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  • Please refer to the forum thread or promotional page for terms/conditions or for additional details - Discombobulated
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We're committed to helping 10 million eligible households over the next 5 years. Eligible families are those who don't have an internet connection and are enrolled in the National School Lunch program. If selected, the family will receive 100GB of mobile data per year and a FREE mobile hotspot, plus the opportunity to purchase devices at a low cost.

https://www.t-mobile.com/brand/pr...10-million
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Limited-time offer; subject to change. Available lines are limited. Intended for student mobile connectivity. Must verify student National School Lunch Program eligibility. 1 offer per household. Confirm your program can accept free equipment and/or service. Roaming not available. Annual data service ends at earlier of 100GB or 365 days. Video streams at up to 1.5Mbps. Optimization may affect speed of video downloads; does not apply to video uploads. For best performance, leave any video streaming applications at their default automatic resolution setting. Optional educational filtering may prevent some video streaming or other content. Coverage not available in some areas. Network Management: Service may be slowed, suspended, terminated, or restricted for misuse, abnormal use, interference with our network or ability to provide quality service to other users, or roaming. See T-Mobile.com/OpenInternet for details. See Terms and Conditions (including arbitration provision) at www.T-Mobile.com for additional information.

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Ganjagadget asked this question on 01-12-2021 at 12:50 PM
01-12-2021 at 01:54 PM
It says one per household. Click on the ‘Check Eligibility’ link above for all info.
Atgirlygirl asked this question on 01-13-2021 at 02:41 PM

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Not sure of your math (or concern) but considering farmers have a $10 billion subsidy for rural internet (never mind roads, education etc) and we directly give $40 billion to farmers (who are not going hungry) maybe we can help poor children? Kudos to Tmob
100G/12months,8.xG/month.

I believe the 100G runs out quickly. Zoom meetings, youtube all need much data.

But thank T-mobile gives help to kids who need a free hotspot.
I think he meant "runs out fast" (quantity) rather than "runs fast" (speed).

He meant Zoom/YouTube consume a lot of data (quantity), not that they need high bandwidth (speed).

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Who is eligible?
Project 10Million offers free hotspots and 100GBs/year and access to at-cost laptops and tablets, to eligible students participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) - one per household. Parents will need to provide proof of NSLP approval for free or reduced-price meals upon enrollment. This approval can be in the form of a notification letter based upon request or a direct certification of eligibility letter.
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$10 million with free lunch at the cost of $2000 each per yr. thats 2 billion from the government?
Not sure of your math (or concern) but considering farmers have a $10 billion subsidy for rural internet (never mind roads, education etc) and we directly give $40 billion to farmers (who are not going hungry) maybe we can help poor children? Kudos to Tmob
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100G/12months,8.xG/month.

I believe the 100G runs out quickly. Zoom meetings, youtube all need much data.

But thank T-mobile gives help to kids who need a free hotspot.
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Thanks for the information. Living in a rural area and having decent internet can be a big deal.
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Thanks for posting. MIL is superintendent of a rural school district, passed this along to her.
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I think 100gb is the total quantity of data service provided, not bandwidth (speed).
I think he meant "runs out fast" (quantity) rather than "runs fast" (speed).

He meant Zoom/YouTube consume a lot of data (quantity), not that they need high bandwidth (speed).
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100G/12months,8.xG/month.

I believe the 100G runs fast. Zoom meetings, youtube all need much data.

But thank T-mobile gives help to kids who need a free hotspot.
Divide by 10 months so 10 gb a month. Maybe a better way of looking at it is 100 gb / 180 school days = 0.555 gb per day But yeah, that could run out pretty quickly.
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I think he meant "runs out fast" (quantity) rather than "runs fast" (speed).

He meant Zoom/YouTube consume a lot of data (quantity), not that they need high bandwidth (speed).
For the record, the average unlimited data user on TMobile uses 4GB of data per month on their phone. THat's instagram, youtube, sending and uploading and backing up videoes, etc. It's not EVERYTHING, but for education and post work entertainment it should fit the bill fine
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I think he meant "runs out fast" (quantity) rather than "runs fast" (speed).

He meant Zoom/YouTube consume a lot of data (quantity), not that they need high bandwidth (speed).
Yes,I haven't seen which carrier offer 100G speed internet connection.
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