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Wind donating phones, wireless service to refugees

Briefs | 12/01/2015 4:09 pm EST

Wind Mobile announced Tuesday it is partnering with Lifeline Syria, a non-profit organization that helps Syrian refugees with the relocation process in Canada, to provide incoming refugees with mobile phones and wireless service for free.

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