There are many resources available to support you during this time if you do not have access to the internet in your home. As we become aware of additional resources, we will update this website.

Keeping Americans Connected Pledge
The FCC recently announced the “Keeping Americans Connected Pledge,” which most internet companies are honoring. This ensures that no one will have their internet disconnected for non-payment; it also waives any late fees and opens up hotspots at no charge.

Comcast Internet Essentials
Comcast is offering its essentials internet to qualifying families at no cost for 60 days to new subscribers. Families must sign up for the service by June 30. Learn more about the program and determine if you qualify. Phone: 1-855-8-INTERNET

Comcast Xfinity Public Hotspots
Comcast is offering free access to its Xfinity WiFi public hotspots for everyone. Learn more and find a free public hotspot near you.

Spectrum (Charter) Internet
Qualifying households with students can get 60 days of free access with a Spectrum Internet account. Available for households with K-12 or college students and limited to new accounts who do not already have a Spectrum Internet subscription. Installation fees will be waived. Call 1-855-243-8892 to learn more and sign up.

Spectrum Public Hotspots
Spectrum is offering free access to its Spectrum WiFi public hotspots for everyone. Learn more and find a free public hotspot near you. Phone: 1-844-579-3743

Wireless Minneapolis
The city of Minneapolis has opened its citywide wireless program for free use. Phone: 952-253-3262

Sprint has extended its network to include T-Mobile’s network as well for the next 60 days. They will waive fees and not terminate services if existing customers are unable to pay because of the coronavirus for the next 60 days. Customers with metered data plans will now receive unlimited data for 60 days. They will also receive an additional 20GB of hotspot data for the same period. Contact your local Sprint or T-Mobile store for more information.