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Sprint to provide free LTE data for Veterans Affairs telehealth patients

Friday 22 March 2019 | 08:37 CET | News
Sprint is now providing unlimited high-speed wireless data at no charge to Sprint customers who are military veterans, caregivers and family members of Veterans Affairs (VA), or clinicians/technicians supporting Veteran healthcare. Veterans get this benefit when they connect over the Sprint Network with their VA providers through the VA's telehealth application, VA Video Connect.

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Companies: Sprint
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