Getting Internet Access: Available Plans
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Access: Telecom and Data Companies Extending Services
Internet For All Now: The California Emerging Technology Fund has provided access to affordable offers, as well as a number to call 1-844-841-INFO (4636) to assist parents: http://www.internetforallnow.org/get_affordable_internet_today.
The following table contains special offers extended by various providers throughout the state.
No termination regardless of ability to pay, waive late payment fees due to inability to pay, and keep public Wi-Fi hotspots open for those who need them.
New customers who sign up for Internet Essentials will receive 60 days of free internet service, increase speeds from 15/2 to 25/3, 40 hours of Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots per month and open on an unlimited basis.
New customers will receive their first month of service free. Offer available through May 12, 2020. Remote customer service support at no charge between now and May 12, 2020.
Mediacom’s Connect2Compete was designed to help families with K-12 students who qualify for free or reduced lunch (NSLP). New customers who sign up for Connect2Compete by Aug. 20th, 2020 will receive 60 days of free internet service.
Your household may qualify if:
Charter Communications, Spectrum’s parent company, announced Friday that beginning March 16, it will make its services available for free for 60 days to households with K–12 and/or college students who do not already have internet through the company.
Sprint announced the following general: For the next 60 days:
Starting on Tuesday, March 17:
By Thursday, March 19:
For 1 Million Project Foundation participants only:
The following refers to the next 60 days:
1 Mediacom Communications, California communities served:
- China Lake Naval
- Clearlake Oaks
- Clearlake Park
- Hidden Valley
- Lake Isabella
- Loch Lomond
- Lower Lake
- Menifee (Sun City)
- San Pasqual
- Upper Lake
- Valley Center (Pauma Valley)
- Wofford Heights