Internet access: free and subsidized programs to get connected today
Posted by City of Philadelphia on June 29, 2021
The City recognizes that access to the internet will remain critical for families and individuals as we begin to recover from the pandemic. Internet access is essential for all Philadelphia families and individuals to do a wide range of activities, from schoolwork to job searching to getting vaccinated and staying healthy.
In the past year, there have been exciting developments to help households get the internet access they need. The City’s Office of Innovation and Technology is committed to making sure everyone can remain connected and internet access is available for all.
For additional support, call a Digital Navigator helpline.
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