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Summer Savings and Specials!

Summer Savings and Specials!

by Comcast Business Center on July 13, 2020

It’s hard to believe we’re already in July, bringing us to the halfway point of a year of unprecedented changes and challenges for all of us.  As a leader in our community, you have been instrumental in helping us spread the word to your friends, colleagues, neighbors and families about the commitments that we have made to help keep people connected during this difficult time. I want to make sure that you are aware of some important updates at 'Keeping You Connected',  we have made to those commitments, and the resources that we are making available to continue to support our customers and our communities.

*        EXTENDING 60-DAYS OF FREE INTERNET SERVICE TO NEW INTERNET ESSENTIALS CUSTOMERS.  As the current school year comes to an end, school districts across Washington state are already announcing plans for when school starts again in the fall. To help provide additional support to students and families, Comcast will continue to provide 60 days of free Internet service to new, eligible Internet Essentials customers through the end of this year. In addition, Comcast will continue to waive, through the end of the year, the requirement that customers not have a past due balance with Comcast to qualify for the free offer.


*        EXTENDING FREE PUBLIC WIFI ACCESS TO EVERYONE FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2020. To continue to help keep people connected as the country prepares to reopen, we are extending free access to the more than 76,000 public Xfinity WiFi hotspots throughout Washington state to anyone who needs them, including non-customers, through the end of 2020. Learn more here. 


*        SUPPORT EFFORTS IN WASHINGTON CONTINUE with local, long-standing community partners who are at the frontline of both the COVID-19 crisis and leading advocates of social and racial justice.  What began as $50,000 grants to two key funds in March to support adversely impacted small businesses and offer immediate housing assistance, has grown to nearly $600,000 of support in COVID relief efforts this year. Learn more here.


As we continue working to keep people connected to what matters most, we need your help to make sure your community and networks know about these resources. Please share this information and, as always, let me know if you have questions or feedback.