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Hartselle Enquirer

Morgan County Schools Foundation promotes Wifi option for students, employees  

Special to the Enquirer  

The Morgan County Schools Foundation is now providing a way to for students and parents to stay connected wherever they are: hotspot devices and unlimited internet through the Foundation’s WiFi On the Go program.  

The hotspot is battery-powered and small enough to fit in your pocket. It requires no contract, no extra fees and no data throttling, at a cost of $50 per month. 

Employees and parents of students in Morgan County Schools are eligible to participate in the program. Signing up helps raise funds for schools in the district.  

WiFi on the Go harnesses the power of T-Mobile’s 4G/LTE cellular network to provide users with unlimited internet without the worry of overage charges.  For more information about the coverage area, visit www.t-mobile.com/coverage/coverage-map 

To sign up, visit https://morgancoschoolsfoundation-al.leanstreamrp.com/district/84/wifi-on-go. Parents will need to use “MCS2021” as the enrollment code, and employees will use their district-issued email address.  

For more inforamtion email @leanstreamrp at info@leanstreamrp.com or call 833-943-4463. 

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