Offers Internet service to low-income households in Colorado for $9.95 a month.
Those who qualify for the state’s Low-Income Telephone Assistance (Lifeline) program are eligible for the discounted broadband service from CenturyLink, which tops off at 1.5 megabits per second. Faster speeds will cost more.
CenturyLink also offers an Internet-ready netbook to eligible households for $150, plus taxes, shipping and handling.
For information on CenturyLink’s Internet Basics call 866-541-3330 or visit CenturyLink website.
Lifeline eligibility requirements are available at Colorado Department of Human Services website.
Comcast provides low-cost Internet connectivity, affordable computers and digital literacy training through its Internet Essentials program.
Internet Essentials provides broadband Internet at $9.95 a month and a voucher that will entitle a family to buy a laptop for the discounted price of $149.99.
For information and qualifications on Comcast’s Internet Essentials program call 855-846-8376 or visit Internet Essentials from Comcast website.