The Rutherford County Library System has been giving away to senior citizens in recent days… That was Trey Gwinn with the library who told us the tablets are connected to internet service through T-Mobile for a full year.
At least 60-tablets have already been given away. Mike Gleaves with the library stated… If you are / or know of a Rutherford County resident who is 65 or older and currently does not have a device to get online with, you (or they) maybe eligible to receive a free tablet. To learn more, call Trey Gwinn at 629-238-7629 or email Trey at email@example.com. Hear the full interview here.
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