Comcast Expands Low-Cost Web Program to Fresno

Comcast is launching its Internet Essentials low-cost Internet access program in Fresno, CA. The program is available to low-income families with children who are eligible to receive a free lunch under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). It includes discou...

Comcast is launching its Internet Essentials low-cost Internet access program in Fresno, CA. The program is available to low-income families with children who are eligible to receive a free lunch under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). It includes discounts on Internet service and computers, as well as access to free digital literacy training. The program has previously been launched in Chicago, Miami, Atlanta and Connecticut.

Comcast California also announced a contribution of $15,000 to its Fresno non-profit partner Reading & Beyond to assist families in purchasing a computer through the Internet Essentials program.
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