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    Montgomery County offering people free Chromebooks

    By Anna Chen,

    24 days ago

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. ( DC News Now ) — Montgomery County said it was offering free Chromebooks to people who do not have access to a computer.

    Montgomery County leaders said there still were about 25,000 Chromebooks up for grabs as of May 21.

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    To get a free Chromebook you must:

    • Be a county resident of at least 7 years old
    • Have an email address and Montgomery County library card number to make an appointment
    • Bring a photo ID and proof of your address
    • Have an appointment in their own name and must appear in person to receive the computer – including all children

    A limit of one Chromebook will be given to per person. Those who received one from the county during a previous distribution cycle will not be eligible to receive another.

    People who live in the county do not have to be a U.S. citizen to receive a free Chromebook.

    Click here for more information.

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