Free wireless broadband for low-income families in Washington by Google

Google with One Economy, Qualcomm, and Cricket Wireless deliver free wireless broadband cards and Internet service to low-income students and families in Washington, under a program called “Project Change Access,” and distributed first of these wireless broadband cards, along with free computers, to several Kramer Middle School students and local residents, in Anacostia neighborhood of […]

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Google with One Economy, Qualcomm, and Cricket Wireless deliver free wireless broadband cards and Internet service to low-income students and families in Washington, under a program called “Project Change Access,” and distributed first of these wireless broadband cards, along with free computers, to several Kramer Middle School students and local residents, in Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Over next several weeks, up to 1,000 wireless broadband cards’ll be distributed through community partners to low-income families across District. It grew out of a pilot program launched last year by One Economy and Cricket to provide free wireless broadband to several hundred low-income families in Portland, Oregon, Google Public Policy blog.

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