Families of school-age children learned during the COVID-19 pandemic that fast, reliable Internet service has become a necessity.
Too many students couldn’t access their online classes because of sluggish Internet speeds. Some school districts created Wi-fi fi zones outside of their school buildings, while others distributed cellular hot spots to families.
As northwestern Pennsylvania prepares for the 2021-22 school year, and the Delta variant threatens to slow down the county’s emergence from the pandemic, there is a way for many families to receive inexpensive, fast Internet service.
The Spectrum Internet Assist program provides high-speed (30 mpbs) internet service for $17.99