Helping The People And Families In Need – Comcast Breaks The Borders For Internet Learning
Are you one of the lesser fortunate who hopes to get connected online with friends through Facebook, or even communications tools like Yahoo! Messenger and Skype – then you are in for a treat! Comcast is currently offering affordable and flexible internet plans that would surely fit your budget!
Comcast’s new program offers low-cost internet, computer vouchers and even online training so people can get connected anywhere they go through cyber space. These are highly advised for children who are still in need of a lot of learning in cases like these. And if that is not enough, the children participating in this activity will be offered free lunch to keep them entertained, and at the same time well fed.
In Miami-Dade County, there are a lot of people who are in dire need of broadband adoption so that the community will have reliable internet connection and access wherever part of the neighborhood. As of 2011, Comcast will sign up eligible families in the internet learning program and they will set to finish sometime 2013-2014 depending on their proficiency and internet usage.
Having internet is great because you will no longer spend long hours doing stuff outside the comfort of your home – you can do research with just clicking your mouse button! Imagine the great convenience you get once you get information right out of your screen!
With the joint efforts of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado, Comcast Corporation Executive Vice President David Cohen, Regional Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Florida East Coast Region Filemon Lopez, CEO of Volunteer Florida Wendy Spencer, United Way President and CEO of Miami-Dade County Harve Mogul, President and CEO of Cuban National Council Guarione Diaz and President & CEO of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Miami-Dade County Lydia Muniz, you can be sure that Miami-Dade County, and the rest of the country will be able to give this exclusive program to people in need.