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Texas Tech holds 'Cell phones for Soldiers' drive

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Veterans Association of Texas Tech University is holding a "Cell Phones for Soldiers" drive.

Any cell phone is acceptable whether it is working or not, and chargers do not have to be included.

For each cell phone recycled, one hour of phone time is donated to a service member overseas.

The phones can be dropped off any time until April 29 at The Military and Veterans Program office located in Doak Hall.

You can access the hall without going into the campus off 15th Street.

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