Program Offers Low-Cost Internet to Low-Income Families
More than one-third of all Americans are not connected to the Internet, according to a 2010 report from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. Of those not connected, many are low-income families that do not have a computer and/or cannot afford Internet costs. Comcast and its partners are offering an opportunity for those families to get hooked up through its new Internet Essentials Home Internet Service.
The new collaboration with nonprofit One Economy and technology companies Dell, Acer and Microsoft offers low-cost Internet access of $9.95 per month to qualifying families. The program also includes free Internet training and installation.
Low Cost Internet Services Flyer
Please click on the following link for eligibility and start your applicationhttps://internetessentials.com/
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