Local company Cenla distributes free internet and tablets to the public for FCC


ALEXANDRIA, The (WNTZ) – Tony Brown’s Eyes Open Productions will distribute free Internet services and LTE tablets to the public through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Affordable Connectivity Program. “During the COVID pandemic,” says Brown, “the government realized that not everyone had access to the internet or tools during the pandemic. We’re not as technologically advanced as we should be. be if online course students are unreasonably without tools to engage in. If you don’t have internet access, this FCC initiative will help connect America.

Who is eligible?

Most people are eligible for Affordable Connectivity Program. Brown also says that if you’re enrolled in “a government program (WIC, SNAP, etc.), you qualify.” The pamphlet provided below contains more information on eligible assistance programs. There is an income cap of 40,000 or less for single-parent households and 90,000 for couples earning combined salaries below 90,000. Brown clarifies, “If you have an aunt who qualifies, she can sponsor children in your house. These plans last from 2 to 5 years. And the tablet can be used as a hotspot. Be sure to bring documentation proving your current enrollment in the government program. 107.5 and Eyes Open Production make sure to take care of every person who qualifies. Brown thinks every parish and city in CENLA should have this Christmas in July.

When and where?

Eyes Open Productions will have its first rerun on Saturday, July 30. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 2008 Monroe Street, Alexandria, Louisiana.

Brown notes, “Often Louisiana is the last place to find out what helps our household.” Louisiana is nationally ranked as 48th in Education. Eyes Open Productions seeks to assist the FCC in its academic equity efforts by establishing free and consistent Internet connection to educational opportunities.

If you would like to contact Tony Brown and Eyes Open Productions for more information, you can contact them at (318) 792-5940.


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