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Virtual Informational Session On Internet Subsidy To Be Held Nov. 5

This article was archived on 11/10/2020

Residents who currently lack Internet at home could qualify for a subsidy, part of the Internet Access Plan, funded by the City of Tulsa’s allocation of State CARES Act funding.

A virtual informational session will be held on Thursday, November 5, at 6:30 p.m.

Eligible households must have a current student enrolled in Tulsa Public Schools, Union Public Schools, Jenks Public or Charter Schools, Educare, Headstart or CAP Tulsa who are receiving either government assistance or are impacted in one of the following ways:

In Thursday’s informational session, Tulsa Respond’s team of navigators will be answering questions about the enrollment process and assist families with sign up.

Families who qualify for this service will receive Cox High Speed Internet at no cost to them for up to 14 months.

For more informational about the virtual session and the program, visit https://www.tulsaresponds.org/ or call (918) 900-0918.