There’s a brand new low-income internet plan in town. It’s called ConnectAll and sounds like one of the very best options available.
Why are we so enthusiastic? Because unlike most of the other low-income internet plans, ConnectAll offers high-speed internet service all 50 states plus Washington, DC. and it offers a very wide variety of ways to qualify.
That’s an unbeatable combination.
Lots of ways to qualify for ConnectAll
Every other low-income internet plan seems to have a different way to qualify. Eligibility may depend on where you live, what kind of government assistance you receive, require a student to reside in your home, or depend on how low your income may be.
But as if to prove that its name is truly an accurate description of its services, ConnectAll will connect almost everyone who qualifies under all those circumstances.
- You can qualify if you live in a low-income zip code.
- You can qualify if you receive any form of government assistance (EBT, SNAP, food stamps, etc)
- You can qualify if you are currently a student or receive free/reduced-priced school lunches
- You can qualify if your total income is less than $50k a year
The cost of ConnectAll
Please understand that ConnectAll costs more up front than most of the other low-income internet plans. Here’s how it works:
You’ll be required to pay $122.00 upfront. That includes the cost of a Coolpad Surf mobile hotspot (regular cost = $110.95) your first month of service ($11.95). So your total upfront cost will be $122.00. After that you will pay just $11.95 per month.
You get unlimited 4G LTE data usage. And when we say unlimited, we mean there are no data limitations, no throttling, and no data overage charges. And you can connect it up to 5-10 devices at any time. And it’s sooooo easy. All you need to do is hook up, turn on the hotspot and hit the internet.
Here’s all the info you need sign up for ConnectAll’s internet plan: