Need Internet Access but don’t want to pay high prices? At&T May Be Your Best Bet
How to qualify for Access from AT&T
To qualify for Access from AT&T, and to get nearly unlimited high-speed broadband internet service in your home plus a low-cost computer for just $5.00 per month, at least one person in your home must receive food stamps (SNAP). And you must live in AT&T’s 21-state service area.
If you meet both those qualifications, there’s only one reason you wouldn’t qualify: As the AT&T website says, you must not have “… outstanding debt for AT&T fixed Internet service within the last six months or outstanding debt incurred under this program.”
It’s that simple.
If you don’t have AT&T in your area, be sure to take a look at the other low-income internet programs that area available.
How to enroll in AT&T Access
AT&T has set up a web page dedicated to signing people up for the program:
Or, call AT&T “Access Apply” at 1-855-220-5211 (or Spanish at 855.220.5225)
Where you can get Access from AT&T
AT&T high-speed Internet is now available in 21 states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin.
The United States has 322 million people and nearly 2/3 of them live in those states. Eight of the top ten states in the population are included (California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio and Texas).
This info is from the following web page — http://www.cheapinternet.com/low-income-internet/att-access