Charter Spectrum has renewed its offer for 60 days of free Wi-Fi service for households with K-12 or college students.
This comes six months after the original offer at the start of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
It applies to households in the company’s service area that do not already have Spectrum service. It does not apply to households where the company does not currently have service.
To enroll call (844) 310-1198. A free self-installation kit will be provided to each qualifying household.
Spectrum saw 448,000 new households sign up for the free offer between March and June.
After 60 days regular rates will apply. The company also has a program called Spectrum Internet Assist for low income households and seniors.
It costs $14.99 per month and includes a free modem, a broadband connection at 30 megabits per second, and an option to add Wi-Fi accessibility at $5 per month.
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