Free Internet Service Offers for Students
Several telecommunications companies are offering free internet access to students and area families.
MCTV, a leading internet, TV and phone provider in the region, announced Tuesday it would offer free internet access for families without service in response to online learning concerns related to COVID-19.
MCTV is offering free internet access to households with K-12 or college students who do not already have an MCTV broadband subscription. The offer is available now through April 30. Find additional information here or call 330.833.4134.
Comcast and Spectrum are also offering free internet access to households that do not already have a subscription. Comcast is offering its Internet Essentials package for free for 60 days during the coronavirus outbreak. Find additional information at Free Internet Essentials package.
Spectrum is offering broadband and WiFi access for 60 days to households. Get more information on Free Spectrum Internet.
Sixty days of free service is also being offered by Mediacom through its Connect2Compete program.
For students who do not currently have home internet access, Suddenlink is offering free internet for 60 days.
Thanks to the “Keep Americans Connected Pledge”, AT&T, Comcast, Charter, Cox, Google Fiber, Spring, Verizon, and T-Mobile will not disconnect customers over the next 60 days. Read the Pledge.
You can find more information regarding remote instruction resources and remote working resources at the following: