Comcast And The U.S. Department Of Housing And Urban Development Announce Pilot Program To Close The Digital Divide

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Comcast recently announced Internet Essentials, the nation’s largest high-speed Internet program for low-income families, has connected 600,000 families, or 2.4 million low-income Americans, to the Internet at home. Comcast also announced a new pilot program, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s ConnectHome initiative, to extend Internet Essentials to public housing residents in Miami-Dade County, Nashville, Philadelphia, and Seattle.

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