Resources

Low-Cost Internet Options for Families:
 
EveryoneOn.Org - National program to connect families to internet/computer resources.
(877) 947-4321

AT&T Access Apply SNAP/SSI-based (copy of SNAP card with name)
(855) 220-5211
UPDATE 3/24/2020
To further support Internet access to communities across the country, we’ve expanded our low-cost option for home Internet service, the Access from AT&T program. In addition to those previously qualifying as limited income households for $10 per month service, now households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start are eligible. We’re also offering new Access from AT&T customers two months of free service.
     ● $10/month - no contract with yearly renewal if no changes.
     ● 1.5-10Mbs speed through phone line, depending on address.
     ● No equipment charge.
     ● Can’t have a cancelled or late account with AT&T for 6 months prior.
 
Human-I-T
(888) 391-7249
     ● $15/mo, no long-term contracts.
     ● One time $100 charge for hotspot device - Mobile Citizen provides 1-year warranty.
     ● Wireless Mobile Hotspot device - works anywhere in Sprint’s nationwide network
     ● Speed: 8 - 18 Mbps (4G LTE) with Unlimited Data.
     ● Connects up to 10 devices - you can connect your phone, laptop, and tablet.
     ● Rechargeable battery - Up to 10 hours of battery life.
     ● If within 30 days the service does not work out, participants are refunded $100.
     ● Different forms of eligibility accepted: They include but are not limited to:
    • SNAP/EBT (CalFresh)
    • Medi-Cal/Medicaid
    • SSI (Supplemental Security Income)
    • SSID (Supplemental Security Disability)
    • NSLP (National School Lunch Program)
    • Public Housing Assistance or Section 8 voucher
    • Lifeline
    • Household income (based off the CA Lifeline standards) for those who do not participate in any assistance programs.
 
Suddenlink Economy Internet from Altice
(888) 633-0030; (844) 358-3147
UPDATE 3/19/20
In order to help students stay connected, Suddenlink is offering Altice Advantage
broadband free for 60 days to any new household in their service area with K-12 and/or college students who may be displaced due to school closures and who do not currently have home internet access. For families that live in the Suddenlink area, they just need to call (888) 633-0030 to request the service. To apply online, visit https://www.alticeadvantageinternet.com/ (Spanish available).
  • $14.95 per month (with no annual contract).
  • Broadband speeds of up to 30 Mbps downstream.
  • In-home wifi at no extra cost, a free modem, and no data caps.
  • If a child qualifies and is enrolled in the National School Lunch Program (“free or reduced”).
  • If you have never been a Suddenlink customer or have not been for 60 days or more.
  • If you do not have an outstanding bill with Suddenlink

Local Computer Sales & Service:
Renaissance Computers: (707) 822 7951, 1309 11th Arcata
Cornerstone Computers: (707) 442 9998, 437 Henderson Eureka