Santa Barbara – South County
SANTA BARBARA, Calif .– Cox Communications will help provide Internet service to local schools and libraries through a federal program.
The Internet Service works with the FCC’s Emergency Connectivity Fund to help students, educational staff, and library patrons who would otherwise not have sufficient Internet connection for distance learning and services. remote library.
“We recognize that in our California markets there is a greater need for reliable broadband connectivity than ever before and as a result our teams in San Diego County, Orange County, Palos Verdes and Santa Barbara are working diligently to keep our network running at full capacity. performance, ”said Ingo Hentschel, senior vice president and regional manager of Cox Communications in California. “We are excited to provide affordable internet options to our communities through the FCC’s Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF). “
Cox’s ECF offering will provide customers with internet service with download speeds of 50 Mbps and upload speeds of 3 Mbps and a wifi modem.
Cox says the ECF program will subsidize internet and equipment costs that the FCC deems reasonable. Cox’s ECF offering will cost a one-time equipment fee of $ 20 and $ 30 per month for Internet service, per household, with no fixed-term contracts, no deposit, and access to over 3 million hotspots Cox nationwide until June 30, 2022.
For more information on the FCC’s ECF program, Click here.
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