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Heard this on the radio. Don't think it's been posted.

You can get 10 Mbps for $10/mo from AT&T through their Access program. For those who are on SNAP or receive SSI benefits.

Available tiers:

10 megabits per second, for $10 per month**
5 megabits per second, for $10 per month
3 megabits per second, for $5 per month
1.5 megabits per second, for $5 per month
768 kilobits per second, for $5 per month

They decide on what tier you'll get based on your location and internet usage.


http://att.com/access
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To qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, a member of the household must be a recipient of one of the following programs: [spectrum.com]

•The National School Lunch Program (NSLP); free or reduced cost lunch
•The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP
•Supplemental Security Income (SSI) ( ≥ age 65 only)

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is there a monthly cap (like comcast 300GB/month)?

nevermind got it

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**All prices are plus tax. Service will include a monthly data allowance of either 150GB or 1TB of data per month depending on the type and speed of service you receive. If you exceed your monthly data plan allowance, you will be charged $10 for each 50GB of data usage in excess of your data plan, even if less than 50 gigabytes is used. For more information, go to att.com/internet-usage.
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The board dedicated to ridiculous and unnecessary consumption is about to scold the poor. Wonderful.
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When is spectrum coming out with their plan?
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Great deal for those that qualify! Thanks for posting!
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The board dedicated to ridiculous and unnecessary consumption is about to scold the poor. Wonderful.
Welcome to America

This notion of "poor people have it all" is hilarious and sad at the same time knowing that there's people out there who think like this and lack any semblance of empathy
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Heard this on the radio. Don't think it's been posted.

You can get 10 Mbps for $10/mo from AT&T through their Access program. For those who are on SNAP or receive SSI benefits.

Available tiers:

10 megabits per second, for $10 per month**
5 megabits per second, for $10 per month
3 megabits per second, for $5 per month
1.5 megabits per second, for $5 per month
768 kilobits per second, for $5 per month

They decide on what tier you'll get based on your location and internet usage.


http://att.com/access
Says only CA residents with SSI. At least that's how I read it. OP, please fix this
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I have been using this service for about a year when it came out, speed is not bad and I've never reached the 1tb cap
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Its a very good deal, I think Charter offers 30 Mbps for $15 for the people that qualify.

Edit they do: $14.99/mo. for a 30/4Mbps speed package
https://newsroom.charter.com/pres...s-seniors/
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10 megabits = 1.25 megabytes (Hello 1999)

I'm definitely not jealous of those speeds.

What are those Obama phones, like 500 minutes = 8.33 hours per month?

lol
I am not really understanding your point. All internet services are advertised at megabits per second (little b). 10mbps for $10 is a steal. My local DSL company (CenturyLink) charges my mom $34.99 for a 1.5 mbps (yes megabit) connection with no phone service. And it's down about every other day.
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First Prime and now this. It will be interesting to see what is next.
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I pay lots more for half that speed from AT&T.
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10 megabits = 1.25 megabytes (Hello 1999)

I'm definitely not jealous of those speeds.

What are those Obama phones, like 500 minutes = 8.33 hours per month?

lol
God damn better than the 8mbps i get at work for $80 a month.
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I have been using this service for about a year when it came out, speed is not bad and I've never reached the 1tb cap
How much is it monthly truthfully with tax and equipment costs and all the other fees?
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