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Comcast offers free communications hub for Miami's Haitian community

Comcast has set up a communications hub for the Haitian community at the Edison Little River Neighborhood Center, located at 150 NW 79th Street in Miami. Comcast's digital voice services are available fore free for anyone trying to call friends and relatives in Haiti. The hub will be open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. for the next seven days.

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Comcast also announced today it is donating cash and in-kind services that total about $1 million. The company is providing free air time over its networks for earthquake-related public service announcements from the Red Cross, United Way and National Cable and Telecommunications Association.


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