High-speed Internet Assistance for Families, Students, & Seniors
In today’s day and age, everyone deserves access to the internet. Fortunately, Charter Communications with the acquisition of Bright House Networks, and Time-Warner Cable has come together to offer a service known as Spectrum Internet Assist.
With this, low-income families and senior citizens can gain access to high-speed internet service for the low price of $14.99 per month, plus taxes and fees.
Are You Eligible?
There are several groups of people eligible for Spectrum Internet Assist:
- Families that have at least one child who is part of the National School Lunch Program
- Senior citizens who are age 65 or older and also receive Supplemental Security Income
Along with the above, it’s important to note that interested parties will not be denied service as the result of a poor credit score. The only requirement is that any debt incurred with Charter Communications, Bright House Networks, or Time-Warner Cable must be cleared to be eligible.
No credit requirement ensures that a large number of individuals will qualify for this low cost service.
What does it Cost?
As noted above, the basic cost of Spectrum Internet Assist is $14.99 per month, plus taxes and fees.
This fee includes free installation and modem, along with all standard internet features.
Individuals who are interested in Wi-Fi are required to pay a $5 monthly fee for a wireless router. There is no activation fee for the router, and the price is guaranteed to remain the same in the future.
How to Apply for Spectrum Internet Assist
If you have reason to believe that you qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, you can apply for the program in one of two ways:
If you are unsure if you’re eligible, you can call the toll free number to have a representative walk you through the requirements.
Regardless of if you apply online or via phone, it doesn’t take long to receive a response and schedule the delivery of your service.