Bring the Internet home for just $9.95 a month.



Bring the Internet home for just $9.95 a month.
If your child receives free or reduced price
school lunches, you may qualify for
Internet Essentials from Comcast.
Bring the
Internet home
for just $9.95
a month.
The world has gone digital.
Internet service has become essential for
success. That’s why we created Internet
Essentials. It’s available to households with
children who receive free or reduced price
school lunches through the National School
Lunch Program.
While participating in Internet Essentials,
customers will receive:
price increases
activation fees
• equipment rental fees
a month
+ tax
at initial
+ tax
Available online, in print
and in person
Get fast Internet service so the whole
family can enjoy:
Sharing photos
Job searches
Paying bills online
Watching videos
Downloading music
And so much more!
See if you’re eligible!
For more information visit:
For questions call: 1-855-8-internet
Restrictions apply. Not available in all areas. Limited to XFINITY® Internet
Economy Plus service for new residential customers meeting certain eligibility
criteria. Advertised price applies to a single outlet. Actual speeds vary and are
not guaranteed. After initial participation, if a customer is determined to be
no longer eligible for the program but continues to receive Comcast service,
regular rates will apply. Subject to Internet Essentials program terms and
conditions. Call 1-855-846-8376 for restrictions and complete details, or visit ©2012 Comcast. All rights reserved. Internet Essentials
is a program to provide home Internet service for families. It is not a school
program, and is not endorsed or required by your school. Your school is not
responsible for Internet Essentials accounts.
Si tu hijo recibe almuerzos escolares
gratuitos o a precio reducido, podrías
calificar para el Servicio de Internet
Básico de Comcast.
Internet en tu
hogar por sólo
$9.95 al mes.
El mundo se ha vuelto digital.
El servicio de Internet se ha convertido en
una herramienta esencial para obtener el
éxito. Por eso, hemos creado el Servicio de
Internet Básico. Está disponible para los
hogares con niños que reciben almuerzos
escolares gratuitos o a precio reducido a
través del Programa Nacional de Almuerzos
Escolares (National School Lunch Program).
Durante su participación en el Servicio
de Internet Básico, los clientes recibirán:
al mes
+ impuestos
Disponible al subscribirse
+ impuestos
aumentos de precio
• tarifas de activación
• tarifas de alquiler de equipo
Disponible en línea, con
materiales impresos
y en persona
Obtén un servicio de Internet rápido
que disfrutará toda la familia:
Correo electrónico
Compartir fotografías
Búsquedas de empleo
Pago de cuentas en línea
Ver videos
Bajar música
¡Y muchas cosas más!
¡Averigua si calificas!
Para más información visita:
Para preguntas llama al:
Aplican restricciones. No está disponible en todas las áreas. Limitado al servicio de
XFINITY® Internet Economy Plus para nuevos clientes residenciales que cumplan
con ciertos criterios de elegibilidad. Los precios anunciados aplican a una sola
conexión. Las velocidades reales varían y no están garantizadas. Después de
la participación inicial, si se determina que un cliente ya no es elegible para el
programa, pero continúa recibiendo el servicio de Comcast, aplicarán las tarifas
regulares. Sujeto a los términos y condiciones del programa Servicio de Internet
Básico. Llame al 1-855-765-6995 para obtener las restricciones y todos los
detalles, o visite ©2012 Comcast. Derechos Reservados.
Servicio de Internet Básico (Internet Essentials por su nombre en inglés) es un
programa para proveer servicio de Internet a las familias. No es un programa de
las escuelas y no está patrocinado o requerido por tu escuela. Tu escuela no es
responsable por las cuentas del Servicio de Internet Básico.
One Comcast Center
Philadelphia, PA 19103
David L. Cohen Testifies on Broadband Adoption to the Subcommittee on Communications,
Technology, and the Internet of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Comcast’s Broadband Adoption Program is Designed to Help Close the Digital Divide
WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 29, 2013 – Today, Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen
announced that Comcast’s Internet Essentials program – the largest and most comprehensive broadband
adoption program in America – has connected more than 1 million low-income Americans to broadband Internet
in their homes, most for the very first time.
This announcement came in testimony before the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the
Internet of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. The hearing examined the
critical importance of expanding broadband adoption for Internet service nationwide and its crucial role in
providing new opportunities in education, health care, and employment.
“About 30 percent of Americans don’t have broadband Internet service at home. As the nation’s largest Internet
service provider, Comcast has focused its efforts on getting these Americans online. Thanks to the help of
thousands of community partners, in just over two years, we have connected an estimated 1 million low-income
individuals, or more than 250,000 families, to the Internet at home. To put that in perspective, that’s more than
the entire population of a city like San Francisco or a state like Delaware or Montana,” said Cohen in his Senate
testimony. “However, we still have a long way to go. We are committed to working to expand and improve the
program and to engaging with our nonprofit and government partners to help bridge this so-called digital divide.”
“Now, it’s more important than ever to ensure that all young people have access to technology and broadband
services during non-school hours to ensure they develop the skills necessary to be successful in school and
their careers. We work with kids every day and see the difference that providing critical services, such as
access to the Internet and technology training, can make in the future success of a young person. We also see
the negative impact when that access is not available,” said Jim Clark, President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs
of America. “Overcoming these obstacles, in particular the variety of digital literacy issues that act as a barrier
for our young people, requires commitment and persistence. Boys & Girls Clubs of America is proud to partner
with Comcast to close the digital divide and enable access for all.”
Internet Essentials empowers families to use the transformative technology of the Internet in their own homes to
get ahead in work, school and life. Based on a survey of Internet Essentials customers:
 98 percent say their kids use the Internet for homework;
 94 percent feel that Internet access at home has had a positive impact on their child’s grades;
 66 percent use the Internet for health care and government services; and
 59 percent feel that the Internet helped someone in their household find a job.
“Social and economic inequities in our country create an opportunity gap that needs to be addressed,” said
LULAC Executive Director Brent Wilkes. “LULAC members know that having access to a broadband connection
can help parents and children narrow that gap through online access to health care options, educational
resources and vocational opportunities. LULAC is proud to partner with Comcast in order to address the
challenges in our community with technology. Internet Essentials is a model not only for the technology industry
but for public-private partnerships more broadly.”
About Internet Essentials:
Internet Essentials from Comcast is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program.
It provides low-cost broadband service for $9.95 a month plus tax; the option to purchase an Internet-ready
computer for under $150; and multiple options to access free digital literacy training in print, online, and inperson. A household is eligible to participate if it has at least one child eligible to participate in the National
School Lunch Program (NSLP), is located where Comcast offers Internet service, has not subscribed to
Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days, and does not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned
equipment. Families that enroll in the program can continue to enjoy the service as long as one child eligible to
participate in the NSLP is living in the household.
For more information about Internet Essentials visit for English and
for Spanish. Educators or third-parties interested in helping to spread the word can find more information at Parents looking to enroll in the program can call 1-855-846-8376 or, for
Spanish, 1-855-765-6995.
About Comcast Corporation:
Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) is a global media and technology company with two primary
businesses, Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal. Comcast Cable is the nation's largest video, high-speed
Internet and phone provider to residential customers under the XFINITY brand and also provides these services
to businesses. NBCUniversal operates 30 news, entertainment and sports cable networks, the NBC and
Telemundo broadcast networks, television production operations, television station groups, Universal Pictures
and Universal Parks and Resorts. Visit for more information.
Media Contact:
Charlie Douglas
[email protected]
(215) 286-3353 (office)
(215) 264-8020 (cell)

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