OLPC project starts "Buy One, Get One" initiative
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OLPC project starts “Buy One, Get One” initiative

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The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative has started one more initiative, called ' give one, get one' in a developing nations. Under this initiative, OLPC will send one computer to a purchaser and a second to child in a developing nation.

The project was started on November 12, 2007 and it will last for 15 days. Under this initiative, those who will donate US$ 399 to the laptop project will receive a laptop of their own and a second will be sent to a child in need. Participants in the United States will also receive one-year free access to T-Mobile's HotSpot Broadband Internet service. The project has received safety certification from several countries and can now ship legally in the U.S., Canada, Uruguay, Peru and elsewhere.

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