NONPROFIT ENTERS INTO PARTNERSHIP TO OFFER LOW COST 4G LTE MOBILE INTERNET SERVICE TO BENEFIT COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF NATIONWIDE
WILKES-BARRE, PA, March 16, 2016– The Susquehanna Mobile Cares Program, a PA-based not-for-profit technology initiative focused on serving the mobile broadband Internet and advanced technology learning needs of American families, K-12 schools, post-secondary schools, and non-profit organizations, has entered into a community and educational service partnership with Mobile Citizen LLC.
The program will use the Sprint 4G LTE network exclusively to offer very affordable mobile broadband Internet service nationwide to college and university students, faculty, and staff.
The program’s 30GB+ data-only service plans cost less than $16.00 per month. Program benefits also include no throttling or overage charges for the service plans. The equipment and service plans are available immediately for purchase through the organization’s website at www.susquehannamobile.org, or www.4GMobileCares.org. Interested parties should call 1-800-689-3431.
To launch the program, customers that sign up before May 31, 2016 can get twelve (12) continuous months of service, plus the new 4G LTE equipment, for just $250.00.
Beneficiaries of the initiative have the option to choose from annual, semi-annual, or quarterly service plan payment options. The 4G LTE equipment sold for this initiative, priced at $95.00, allows customers to connect multiple Wi-Fi-enabled devices simultaneously while in their home, dorm room, classroom, office, or on the go.
College and university students, faculty, and staff wishing to benefit from this community and educational service initiative can do so very easily. They simply must go to the www.susquehannamobile.org or www.4GMobileCares.org website. There they can purchase the 4G LTE equipment and service plans.
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