Good news for families who have to work and do school from home, Spectrum is working on getting internet access at home to students who do not have it so that they can continue to keep up with their studies, according to WGME.

Most schools in the country are shut down for three weeks, and this is not a non-renewable resource, so kudos to Spectrum for being a team player in this whole crisis known as COVID-19.

The news station is reporting that starting March 16, the company will offer "free internet for 60 days to households with K-12 or college students who don't already have a Spectrum subscription."

You can get more info right here.


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