Free Internet Access for 60 Days From Comcast For Low Income Qualifiers!
Comcast announced yesterday that it is going to provide free internet access to new low-income customers for two months, amid the coronavirus outbreak, through their Internet Essentials program. It generally costs $9.95 a month, but will be available for 60 days to new customers who qualify, so they can access the internet during this health crisis.
Not only are they offering free internet access for 60 days, but they will also be increasing the speeds of the program. Plus new customers will get:
- Free self-install kit that includes a cable modem and WiFi router.
- And there is no term contract to sign up for.
- No shipping fees for the supplies
- After the free two months are up, those that participated can either cancel the service (at any time) or keep it as a regular paying Internet Essentials customer ($9.95 per month.
- You can find qualification information on this page here.
Go here to sign up for the free 2 months of internet, or for more details on the program.
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