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Internet Service and Online Class Benefits

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered new ways of learning.  All around the world, educational institutions are looking toward online learning platforms to continue with the process of educating students.  After the pandemic, there will still be a need for online classes (for example, you have an errand scheduling conflict or cannot leave home to take care of a loved one, etc.).

Affordable Connectivity Program

The Emergency Broadband Benefit changed to the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).  This program can provide a discount on your monthly internet service provider bill.  

For more information on the upcoming changes or to see if you qualify, please see the FCC’s webpage.

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Take Part in AgeLinc's Online Classes

If you already have internet service or you just received the EBB discount, you are almost ready to take part in AgeLinc’s Webex classes.  Please verify you have the following:  

1.  Desktop computer, laptop or tablet (see list of local businesses that offer reduced price pre-owned equipment).

2.  An email account (For example – Google’s Gmail, Yahoo mail, your ISP’s email account, etc.).

3.  If using a tablet, you will need an Apple App Store Account or a Google Play Store Account (If using a desktop computer or laptop, an App or software download is NOT required).

4.  Instructions on how to use computer/tablet and join the online classes – Computer/tablet based on your device type (select one):

Joining Online Classes (select one):

If you signed up for AgeLinc’s newsletter, you will receive an email link to register for a particular class.  Once you register for a class, you will receive another email for the scheduled class.