Having reliable internet access is essential especially during the pandemic. Internet is used for online education, submitting application forms, sending resumes, and online shopping sprees.
Have fun with online gaming, virtual social events, sharing content on social media and video chatting with friends and family.
Due to the pandemic many internet providers are offering low cost internet service for eligible households. This a good opportunity to help bridge the digital divide in our nation.
Access from AT&T provides in home WI-FI internet service for those receiving Supplemental Security Nutrition Assistance (SNAP) benefits.Data allowance of 1TB and Internet speeds up to 25 Mbps depending on address.
No annual contract and no deposit required. Access from AT&T internet service is great for education and homework. Keeping with family and friends. Job searching and medical resources. Visit att.com/internet/access to learn more.
Spectrum Internet Assist is high speed internet at an affordable price. The requirements are one or more members of the household must be a recipient of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP, or Supplemental Security income for applicants age 65 and older.
No data caps or no contracts. High speed internet up to 30 Mbps. Optional in-home WIFI service at additional charge. Visit spectrum.net/support/forms/spectrum_internet_assist to learn more.
Internet Essentials from Comcast brings affordable, high speed internet into the home. Have greater access to homework, job opportunities, healthcare and education resources. One may qualify if receiving programs such as National School Lunch, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, Snap, SSI and others.
The service includes 50 Mbps of Internet Service for a monthly rate. Option to purchase a computer. Access to free internet training online, in print and in person. A wireless Gateway, delivering in-home WiFi at no additional cost. Access to Xfinity WIFI Hotspots. To apply visit apply.internetessentials.com.