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Comcast adds 2 options for those eligible for federal internet program

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Comcast adds 2 options for those eligible for federal internet program
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Comcast is participating in the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), and the $30/month benefit can be applied to any tier of Xfinity Internet service.

Comcast introduced two new ways for customers to connect through ACP, and both are available to any customer who qualifies in all the company’s service areas. Customers can sign up for Internet Essentials Plus, including 100 Mbps download speeds, a cable modem, and a WiFi router. The service is free after the government’s ACP credit is applied. Additionally, Xfinity Internet customers participating in ACP can now add mobile service through Xfinity Mobile.

“As a company and a society, it is imperative that we work together to help people connect to the transformative power of the Internet both at home and on the go,” said Broderick Johnson, executive vice president, Public Policy and Digital Equity at Comcast. “The Affordable Connectivity Program is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that Comcast is proud to support. Connectivity is just the beginning, however. We will continue to partner with nonprofit organizations across the country to deliver digital literacy skills training so more people can learn how to take full advantage of everything the internet has to offer.”

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