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Cell Phones for Soldiers underway

AT&T will host its Cell Phones for Soldiers effort today through Monday, Veterans Day.

Customers can donate their phones, which will assist returning veterans with communications needs. Shoppers also have the option of using their phone’s value as a credit toward a purchase at AT&T’s store at 9815 Lima Road.

AT&T also announced this week it will seek to hire 10,000 veterans and their family members over the next five years.

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