T-Mobile gives more grants to rural communities

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T-Mobile is giving small towns a boost by providing more than $1 million in grants to jump start 25 community development projects.

The 25 recipients of the carrier’s Hometown Grant program plan to use the money to revitalize downtowns, renovate community centers, and provide connectivity resources.

The grants are part of T-Mobile’s plan to give $25 million to rural areas through 2026. To date, the carrier has given nearly $9 million to 200 communities in 42 states.

You can apply for a Hometown Grant here.

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