Many families have had to make tough financial decisions because of the coronavirus pandemic. That means some families have been behind on electric, water, or even internet bills. Now the Federal Communications Commission is trying to help people stay connected.
Cox Communications has announced it will offer free internet service through mid-July for eligible low-income families with a student in kindergarten through 12th grade who is studying at home. Customers signing up before May 15 can receive the offer, which provides the company’s Connect2Compete service free of charge until July 15. After that date, Cox will begin to charge $9.95…