Comcast Program Offers Low-Income Black Residents Internet Access

Comcast offers discounted Internet to low-income black households

From the Grio.

More low-income families in South Florida are gaining Internet access thanks to a program offered by Comcast called “Internet Essentials.”

Now in its second year, the program has offered 12,000 families Internet access at a discounted price of $9.95 a month. To qualify, a family must have at least one child eligible to receive free or reduced school lunch under the National School Lunch Program.

Read more at the Grio.



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