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List of Technology Resources

During the shelter-in-place, some of our community may need internet access or increased bandwidth. Below you'll find a few private resources we've located that could help in this quest.
Free or Reduced Home Internet
Internet Essentials by Comcast
Internet Essentials by Comcast is offering two months of free, high-speed internet to qualified individuals. After the two month free period, customers will be charged $9.95/month (subject to change).
You may qualify if you:
• Are eligible for public assistance programs like SNAP, housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, the National School Lunch Programs, and others
• Live in an area where Comcast internet service is available
• Have not subscribed to Comcast internet within last 90 days (customers who are only Comcast cable or phone customers may be eligible)
• Have no outstanding debt to Comcast that is less than one year old.
Internet Essential customers can also purchase a low-cost computer.
To learn more, visit the Internet Essentials website or apply for Internet Essentials now.
Free SONIC Internet
Sonic recently launched a COVID-19 support program to help enable virtual learning and help families in the communities we serve. This program provides 90-days of free internet access to students of all ages and their families. The 90-days of free internet access is available for new customers that are eligible for Sonic Fiber or Sonic Fusion service. There is no commitment required to participate in this offer, but availability may be limited based on service area. 
Technology Access from PTA/CETF
California State PTA has partnered with the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) to help those in need access the technology that can help their children succeed during this difficult time — or anytime. Visit the California PTA website to get started. 
Access by AT&T
Access by AT&T offers wireline home internet at a reduced rate to SNAP and SSI 
Free Wireless Hotspots
Xfinity WiFi hotspots
Xfinity WiFi hotspots (hotspots = wireless access points in homes and businesses) across the country will be available to anyone who needs them for free – including non-Xfinity internet subscribers. To find an Xfinity WiFi hotspot, check the hotspot location map at or download the Xfinity WiFi hotspots app from the App Store or Google Play.
AT&T hotspots are open to the public. To learn more about AT&T hotspots, visit the AT&T hotspot website.
Internet service provider options