Staying Connected – How to Curb Low Internet Fees

Anthony Hake Uncategorized

“Given the current events, there has been a significant increase in internet activity with self-quarantining and social distancing. For many, staying at home has brought a higher level of attention to the quality and willingness to pay for home internet in a time like this.” – Decision Data Rep

Recently Decision Data reached out to us providing a wonderful resource for finding alternative solutions for expensive internet fees. As part of our Digitial Divide initiative, we’re all for helping those get the tools they need to connect, communicate, and succeed. While this information may seem to be targeting those on low-income, it could also be inexpensive options for everyone looking for a way to get connected for less.

Unfortunately, while it may be tempting to list out these options verbatim for easier reading, we at OHC don’t want to undermine Decision Data and all the hard work they’ve put into compiling this list. So if you feel that you’re paying too much for the access to online, especially in these trying times, we urge you to investigate the website linked below for more affordable (and qualifications considered, maybe even free) ways to stay connected.