Low-income families will get connected to the Internet through a program offered by Comcast and other local agencies.
Comcast Corp. says it’s “relaunching” its Internet Essentials offering of low-cost Internet access and computers to families of students eligible for free or reduced-price school lunches.
Comcast Corp. executive vice president David L. Cohen announced Wednesday that Comcast’s Internet Essentials program has connected more than 1 million low-income Americans to broadband Internet in their homes, most for the first time.
Comcast last week announced the creation of three community partnerships in metropolitan Detroit, valued at more than $55,000, to help 250 more families get connected online at home through the Internet Essentials program.
PLYMOUTH — Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen Tuesday announced details about the 2nd Annual Internet Essentials Progress Report, which features key milestones for the program as well as a number of program enhancements […]
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.
The district purchased 40,000 Netbook computers, and some students will get to take them home.