You Could Qualify for Low-Cost Internet!

In this new age of homeschooling and distance learning, several families will be struggling without internet service. Check out these offers to see if you qualify for low-cost internet!

DO ANY OF THESE APPLY TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD?

Low-income (household of four: at or below $49,000 annual income)

Live in public housing

Have a K-12 student or college student in your household

Participate in the National School Lunch Program (free or reduced lunch at school)

Participate in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps)

Participate in Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program (TANF)

Participate in Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Participate in Medicaid or Medi-Cal

Participate in Veterans Pension and Survivor Benefits

Participate in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)

Bureau of Indian Affairs

 

Internet Offers

Cox
  • $9.95 per month
  • For more information, call (855) 222-3252.
  • Data: 25 mbps download/1 mbps upload
  • No installation fee. No equipment rental fee.

You may be eligible to participate if your household has at least one K-12 child and you receive at least one of the following government assisted benefits: SNAP, TANF, Public Housing assistance, or your child is enrolled in the National School Lunch Program. In addition, you cannot have subscribed to Cox Internet service within the last 90 days or have any outstanding debt or unreturned equipment with Cox.

GO TO THIS LINK:

https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html?sc_id=eo_z_z_hsi_c2c_vanity

 

Access from ATT
  • $10.00 per month
  • Covid-19 Update: Eligibility has been expanded based on income and includes (a) households with income 135% or less than federal poverty guidelines, and (b) households participating in the National School Lunch Program/Head Start. All home internet data overage fees are waived.
  • For more information, call (855) 220-5211.
  • Data: 150GB or 1TB based on type & speeds available
  • No installation fee . No charge for in-home Wi-Fi modem.

The speed is 25 megabits per second. You may be eligible for this offer if at least one resident in the household participates in the U.S. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP); your address is in AT&T’s 21-state service area, at which AT&T offers wireline home Internet service; and you do not have outstanding debt for AT&T fixed Internet service within the last six months or outstanding debt incurred under this program.

GO TO THIS LINK: https://www.att.com/shop/internet/access/index.html

 

PCsforPeople
  • As low as $11.25 per mo
  • For more information, call (651) 354-2552
  • Data: Unlimited
  • Three prepaid plans are available: 3 months of service-$45 ($15/mo) 6 months of service-$85 ($14.16/mo) 12 months of service-$135 ($11.25/mo)

To be eligible, a household needs to be 200% or below of the federal poverty level or be currently enrolled in an income-based government assistance program. Examples of programs that are eligible include: food support (SNAP), financial assistance (TANF), free or reduced lunch at school, Section 8 Housing, and SSI. Customers must show a photo ID and proof of eligibility.

GO TO THIS LINK: https://pcsrefurbished.com/category/partner/everyoneon/12/1234

 

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