Low Income Internet: How to Get Free Internet (+ New Law in NY in 2021!)

Stop paying too much for internet! Low income internet providers offer high speed services for $15 or less for eligible families! We’ve found over a dozen options all over the United States – and some are even FREE!

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00:00 Intro
00:38 Check Out Hotspots
01:04 Schools
01:46 Neighborhood WiFi
02:03 New Law in New York
02:46 WiFi Lift Zones
03:00 Comcast Internet Essentials
03:29 Access by AT&T
03:52 Full List

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Low Income Relief is a free information service that connects low income people across America with benefits, programs and resources in their local communities. Basically, we help millions of people save money and get free stuff every year!

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Low income internet providers offer high speed services for $15 or less for eligible families! We’ve found over a dozen options all over the United States – and some are even FREE!

I’m Nicole from Low Income Relief, where we help millions of people save money and
get free stuff.

We know that paying $80 or more toward your monthly internet bill can be a real budget-buster when you’re living on a tight budget. We’ve been there. We’ve lived it. And we’ve found help!

There are several ways that you can get Internet for $15 or less per month – and today, we’re going to show you how.

LIBRARIES

Libraries are a great place to get free Internet – and not just when you’re visiting the library! Many libraries across the United States offer mobile hotspots that you can check out and take home. These devices provide free internet access – and some libraries will let you keep them for months at a time!

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SCHOOLS

Schools are a great place to connect with low income internet services. However, you will need to check with your local school to see if they have a program in your area.

During the Coronavirus Pandemic, the entire state of South Dakota offered free internet service to eligible low income students who attended schools in the state.

We have found specific schools in high-poverty areas like Clarksdale, Mississippi, that free home internet services as well!

If you find out your school has a low income internet service, please let us know right away so we can add it to our list!

NEIGHBORHOODS

Many neighborhoods are implementing Free Neighborhood WiFi programs. For example, Marin County, California, is offering two years of internet service for up to 300 low income individuals through their Free Neighborhood WiFi program.

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New York took a great step this week, when Governor Cuomo signed a new law that requires all internet service providers in New York State to provide high-speed internet for $15 per month for low income families. This $15 package must include all equipment and fees associated with the service. It’s the first law of its kind in the nation, and it’s a huge win for low income families.

In Governor Cuomo’s words, “15 a month, total fee. Not ‘then taxes.’ Yes, that will limit the profit of some of these big corporations, but trust me they’re not going to starve.”

Comcast is also installing WiFi Lift Zones that provide free wifi service in low income areas. They have installed dozens of zones across the United States, with plans to install many more.

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