Comcast program Internet Essentials opens to low-income households

No one has actually referred to the Internet as “the Information Superhighway,” since the late 1990s, or thereabouts.  Even so, the resource and its digital environs is still part of a serious resource that isn’t always accessible to low-income West Virginians and others in similar economic straits nationwide in the 21st century.

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