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Low-cost internet for seniors

Internet as low as $9.95 / mo

Deals for veterans and SSI recipients

No data caps, no contracts, and no hidden fees

Top 3 low-cost plans

Programs for low-income seniors 

Provider PlanPriceWho QualifiesGet the Deal
Optimum Advantage Internet$14.99/mo.* with no cost for 60 daysSeniors eligible for SSI, or veterans receiving public assistanceView Optimum Plans
AT&T Access Program$5.00–$10.00/mo.Seniors eligible for SSI, income-restricted households, ACP recipientsView AT&T Plans
Cox ConnectAssist$30.00/mo.Low-income households that participate in select government programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, Public Housing, Pell Grant and others.View Cox Plans
Xfinity’s Internet Essentials program$9.95-$29.95/mo.Low-income households that participate in select government programs such as NSLP, housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, and others, or are enrolled in the ACP with XfinityView Xfinity Plans

How can seniors and veterans get free internet?

Seniors can get free internet through the FCC Lifeline program if they participate in the Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit. Many programs, such as the Comcast Internet Essentials program  and EveryoneOn, also provide free or affordable training courses for seniors.

For more information, check out our look at the best internet plans and discounts for seniors. We also have a listing of the best internet plans for veterans and military families.

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