Comcast Now Offers $10 Internet Access For Low Income Families

Looks like Comcast now wants to help get low income families on its network by offering a very cheap internet plan. Comcast now offers for those that qualify a $10 a month plan to families that have very low income and cannot afford higher level plans.

The service launches under Comcast’s new Internet Essentials plans and boasts a message to families that if your child qualifies for a free lunch you may qualify for the reduced price internet plan. Comcast will even go further and offer a $150 voucher to families that qualify for the plan to purchase a new computer to access their internet.

Available to low-income families living in Comcast’s service areas with children who are eligible to receive a free lunch under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), the goal of Internet Essentials is to help ensure more American families benefit from all the Internet has to offer.

Now even the poor can look up good porn. Check out the press release below for full details.

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Via: Engadget, Source: Comcast

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