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*compiled by Colorado Office of Early Childhood Department of Human Services

Federal Communications Commission’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge The FCC Chairman called on all broadband and telephone service providers to promote connectivity for Americans impacted by the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Service Providers

Comcast’s Internet Essentials Program. Comcast is offering low-cost internet and two months of free internet in response to COVID-19. Even households with outstanding debt owed to Comcast will be eligible for the program as long as approval is received by May 13, 2020. Sign up here.  (video chat available with customer service agents in American Sign Language) or call 1-855-846- 8376 [English] / 1-855-765-6995 [Spanish].

Xfinity Nationwide WiFi Hotspot AccessFind a hotspot near you.

CenturyLink’s COVID-19 Response. For the next 60 days, CenturyLink is committed to waiving late fees and not terminating a residential or small business customer’s service due to financial circumstances associated with COVID-19. They are also suspending data usage limits for consumer customers during this time period due to COVID-19.

Other Supports

EveryoneOn offers a search engine by zip code that helps families identify low-cost internet options, computers, etc. near them. This website is also available in Spanish.

PCs for People offers eligible families and tax-exempt 501©3 organizations with computers, computer repair, internet services, and learning resources.

Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of either phone or internet services. Due to COVID-19, Lifeline has temporarily waived usage requirements and general de-enrollment procedures until May 29, 2020. To get Lifeline, find a company near you.

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