August 10, 2011 by USA Post
$10 Internet, Comcast Cable is complying with the mandate to bring broadband affordable for low-income families. The Cableco is offering 10 per month and “Internet Basics” program to comply with a condition of its mega-merger with NBCUniversal, as required by the FCC requires.
Customers also receive a voucher to buy a cheaper netbook (and 150), with cable and Wi-Fi Internet connection. “Every team is sent includes Starter Windows 7 operating system and Internet browser software,” says the website. “The additional productivity software may be included when available.”
Families in 39 states of the MSO footprint with at least one child enrolled in the National School Lunch Program may be eligible from September. Applicants can not have had Comcast Internet service, at least three months before joining the program, and will be disqualified for having defeated Comcast accounts or equipment returned. The program will last three years.
Internet Basics provides typical speeds of an average DSL connection: 1.5 Mbps downstream and 384 Kbps to the top.
Basic Internet Comcast usually applies to and 30 per month. Essentials of Internet reduces the cost of two-thirds, and waives the activation fee and rental equipment fees, and the rate is protected from any increase in rates in the future.
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