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AT&T Launches Its Own $10 Internet Access Program For Low-Income Households

AT&T is today making good on a promise it had to make to the FCC last year, announcing their new program to connect more poor Americans to the internet and bridge that infamous digital divide. 623 more words

Internet Essentials Sign-Up Event at the I-Hotel

On Friday, March 18th, SF Connected teamed up with Self-Help for the Elderly, Chinatown Community Development Center, and Comcast in San Francisco’s Chinatown to educate the community about the many benefits of being connected to the internet. 210 more words

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Comcast Launches "Internet Essentials Learning Zone" Spanning Chicago's Englewood, Fuller Park and Washington Park Neighborhoods

HOPE Technology and Education Center, Fuller Park Community Development Corporation, KLEO Community Family Life Center join Comcast to help close the digital divide…

Leaders from local community-based organizations and elected officials joined Comcast today to announce the creation of an “Internet Essentials Learning Zone” spanning Chicago’s Englewood, Fuller Park and Washington Park neighborhoods.  780 more words

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Internet Essentials Reaches New Philadelphia Milestones

Yesterday, Comcast made new announcements about our expansion of Internet Essentials, the largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program in the country. Along with the U.S. 552 more words

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Since it began in 2011, Nearly 35,000 Low-income Chicago Families have Connected to the Internet at Home via Comcast’s Internet Essentials Program

Program provides Internet service at home to eligible low-income families for about $10 per month...

Comcast announced today that nearly 35,000 Chicago households – or about 140,000 city residents – have been able to gain access to broadband Internet service at home, many for the first time, through the company’s… 820 more words

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Comcast Joins Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin to Launch "BE HEARD Art and Essay Contest"

Comcast joined Cook County 1st District Commissioner Richard R. Boykin this morning at Chicago’s Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School to launch his second annual “BE HEARD Art and Essay Contest,” a civics education, voter registration and get-out-the-vote initiative aimed at grammar and high school students. 307 more words

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The cruel irony of the 'digital divide' and how it's hurting Philadelphia

By David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of Comcast Corp.

Article originally appeared in the Philadelphia Business Journal on February 12, 2016… 1,021 more words

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