Internet access is a must for any student. With school starting in only a few short weeks, Comcast is offering their customers who qualify low rates for online service. This year, with the evolving classrooms, a big company is stepping up to help kids who need access online to focus on their studies.
In the major markets around the country, Comcast will be offering the web access to those families who have children and qualify for the free school lunch programs. The Comcast offer is only good in locations that offer Comcast as an option for their service. Garnering interest around the country, this is the first program that gives access to customers at a reduced rate in accord to their income status. The rates are only $9.59 a month, cheaper than if you buy it for one flight on Virgin Airlines.
While the intent is to help the child with their homework, the access of online features will have the parents as well. Bringing the world into the home will have an impact to have the family better informed on a day-to-day aspect of life and health.
The process for the chance to get home Internet access service starts with an application and ends (hopefully) with the Internet in the home for children working on their homework. Obviously knowledge is power and access to the Internet has an unlimited potential for the young people in our world.