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When smartphones first came out, the number of low-income families and individuals who purchased those devices surprised many people in the cellular industry.
Eventually, they realized those devices offered a way to access the Internet at a lower cost than buying a computer and paying for in-home service, according to Hood Harris, president of AT&T Kentucky.
That connectivity also meant more opportunities — more ways for anyone to search for jobs, send emails and learn about the world around them.
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