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Internet Essentials Program: Closing the Digital Divide Among Low-Income Families

Through our nationally acclaimed broadband adoption program — Internet Essentials — we are making real and significant progress in closing the digital divide for low-income families in Northern California and across our entire service area.   832 more words

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Comcast Partners with "Keep Chinatown Clean" Poster Contest

On March 25, Comcast, along with the Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC), announced seven winners from Gordon J. Lau Elementary School who participated in the… 105 more words

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Comcast Offers Complimentary Internet to Students in Khan Academy's LearnStorm Program

Comcast joined Khan Academy, Google.org, and the 49ers Foundation last week for a special event at the 49ers Academy in East Palo Alto, California to announce the winners of the first… 288 more words



In the Last Six Months, More Families Signed Up Than in Any Other Six-Month Period in the Program’s History

Industry-Leading Program Has Now Reached 17 Percent of the Eligible Population and Census Data Reveal that More Than Half of Low-Income Americans Now Subscribe to Wireline High Speed Internet Services at Home… 1,147 more words


Ludacris and Chance the Rapper Make Surprise Visit to Chicago School

Luda and Chance the Rapper rewarded Chicago’s Alcott high school with brand new laptops for participating in the #getschooled Internet essential project. The goal is to rev students up to use the Web proactively–not just for Instagram and Snapchat–to prepare for college. 173 more words

March 2015: New Milestones In Internet Essentials

Comcast has announced that since August 2011, its nationally acclaimed broadband adoption program, Internet Essentials, has connected more than 450,000 families, or 1.8 million low-income Americans, to the power of the Internet at home.   1,265 more words

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Superbowl-Winning Coach Tony Dungy joins Elgin Mayor Dave Kaptain to Inspire Members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township

Dungy spoke to kids about some of his life experiences, the importance of teamwork and the value of school and Internet access…

Tony Dungy, National Football League great and Superbowl-winning former head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, and Elgin, IL, Mayor Dave Kaptain met yesterday with members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township to talk about their life experiences, the importance of teamwork and the value of school. 554 more words

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