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Comcast’s low-cost Internet Essentials program, cooked up during its acquisition of NBC as a way for the company to look good when trying to appease lawmakers and regulators, has been criticized for having eligibility standards that effectively lock out the elderly and childless. 654 more words
Philadelphia is Comcast’s hometown. Its current skyscraper looms like a giant thumb drive over the city’s skyline and its second tower will only establish Comcast as the dominating corporate presence in Philly. 454 more words
Some game-changing news dropped yesterday! We are thrilled to share that we’ve enhanced our Internet Essentials program.
Since 2011, we’ve connected more than 500,000 families, or more than 2 million Americans, to the Internet through the Internet Essentials program. 35 more words
Comcast announced today that it is doubling the download speed of its Internet Essentials program, the company’s broadband service for low-income families, and will begin providing in-home WiFi service, including a WiFi router, at no additional cost. 730 more words