Having an affordable home Internet connection is critical to stay informed and in contact with friends and family during the COVID-19 emergency. Several Internet Service Providers offer low-cost, affordable Home Internet for qualifying low-income households. For the most up-to-date information, we recommend visitingEveryoneOn.org/cetf.
For a limited time, AT&T, Charter/Spectrum and Comcast are offering 2-months free Home Internet for new subscribers and offers carry conditions. (Households signing up with Spectrum must tell the representative on the initial call that they want the free 60-day offer applied to Spectrum Internet Assist if they want to continue with the affordable $23 monthly rate after the free period. Failing to do so means they will pay the full rate of $55 a month.) Neither Spectrum (which is not requiring a National School Lunch Program letter for a limited time only) or Comcast allows existing customers to downgrade their services.
Several companies, including AT&T, Charter/Spectrum, Comcast, Cox, Frontier, T-Mobile, and other ISPs pledge for the next 60 days to not terminate service and they will waive late fees for any residential or small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you have questions, please call toll free, 1-844-841-INFO (4636)to find out if you pre-qualify for an affordable Home Internet offer. If you qualify the representative will ask a trusted community-based organization to call you back to help you choose an offer.