Comcast Friday announced an expansion of Internet Essentials, a year-old broadband adoption program designed to help close the Digital Divide for low-income Americans.
Connect Michigan, the Michgian affiliate of the national broadband access organization Connected Nation, released a survey Monday showing that 39 percent of Michigan residents are still not using broadband at home.
Comcast Corp. is embarking on what it says is the world’s largest-ever attempt to bridge the digital divide. In metro Detroit, Focus: HOPE is the local partner.
Without Internet access at home, teens from low income households are more likely than their wealthier counterparts to use their cell phones to go online, a new University of Michigan study finds.