Free Internet Access Available to Coloradans
Comcast opened more than 80 Lift Zone facilities around Colorado, allowing low-income students, parents and community members access to free high-speed WiFi services.
These Lift Zones provide a space for students to participate in distance learning and to accomplish homework, as well as adults a location to work remotely, look for or apply to a job and learn digital skills.
Lift Zones complement Comcast’s landmark Internet Essentials program, which since 2011, has helped connect more than half a million low-income Coloradans to a home internet connection. And, through the federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), eligible low-income households can receive up to $30/month ($75/month on Tribal lands) toward the cost of Internet and/or mobile service. When households select Comcast’s Internet Essentials program, their broadband service will be fully covered by ACP.
Learn how Comcast Lift Zones are helping Access Gallery and some of our other community partners better serve their constituents here.
To find Lift Zone locations in your area, click here.