How to Get Free or Cheap Internet Service Provider for Home


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There are really various organizations that offer cheap or free home Internet service, although your accessibility depends on where you live and your financial status. Here are a few choices to try.

For Free Internet Access

If you are a light Internet user and you live in their service region, free fast Internet is at the moment accessible through the telecom organization, FreedomPop. Simply go to freedompop.com and input your address to find out if your region is covered. If they do, you'll have to purchase the $89 Freedom Hub Burst home modem that enables you to get to the Internet. You just connect it and you're set.

FreedomPop is a non-contract internet service that gives 1 gigabyte (GB) worth of data every month for free, which is sufficient for sending and receiving messages and surfing the web. But if you need more data for things like watching Internet video or sharing photographs, you can pay $10/month for 5 GB or $18/month for 10 GB.

Click here to find out FreedomPop service available in your area.

Enter your city or zip code to see list of Internet providers available in your area.

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For Cheap Internet Access

If FreedomPop is not accessible in your area, there are other providers of fast Internet access at a very cheap and affordable rate. For instance, NetZero and Juno now have DSL plans for a monthly payment of $10 for unlimited data access for the first six months without data restrictions, As much as you live in their network service areas and you have a home telephone line. Immediately after the first 6 months, the charge skyrockets to $18 every month, which is still considerable.

Another way to get less expensive high-speed Internet access is to bundle or combine it together with your TV as well as telephone service. Check with the TV and telephone service providers in your area to understand their bundle packages.

If you can't locate a fast internet service that fits your financial plan, and you wouldn't mind a slower service, consider getting dial-up Internet. If you have a home telephone line, NetZero and Juno again offer some exceptionally cheap dial-up services running $10 and $11 on a monthly basis respectively.

For Low-Income Internet service provider

If your wage is sufficiently low, there are various programs that offer cheap, fast Internet services. CenturyLink's Internet Basics program is accessible in 37 states in the US. This program offers high-speed DSL Internet benefit for just $10 a month for the first year and then subsequent monthly payment of $21 afterwards.

To qualify, you'll need to show that you're receiving certain types of government benefits, such as Medicaid benefits, Food Stamps, SSI, home energy assistance or public housing assistance. it is state specific though.

There are other programs accessible that serve other states, similar to Internet Essentials offered by Comcast and Connect2Compete, although, to qualify for this offer, you must have a kid or grandchild who lives with you and takes part in the national school lunch program. Both of these programs offer Internet home service for $10 per month

Click here to find out low income Internet service available in your area.


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