Comcast offers Internet service to low-income families for $10

08/8/2011 | Mashable

Students eligible for free school lunch will be able to take part in a new Comcast initiative that will provide home Internet for $9.95 per month and low-cost computers. Families have the next three school years to sign up and must meet several other criteria, including not having any unpaid Comcast bills. The plan is part of a regulatory requirement forced upon the company to expand broadband access for low-income households as result of the Comcast-NBC merger.

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