LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The Louisville Urban League is partnering with AT&T to provide affordable internet service to low-income families.
With AT&T's Access Plan, homes can get 10 megabit per second service for as low as $10 a month. There are also lower-tier plans for just $5 a month.
To qualify for the program, at least one person in the household must be a SNAP recipient.
The goal is to help families pay bills and apply for jobs online and assist children with homework.
"The main thing is we want to make sure we get access to more members of the community so they can fully participate in economic empowerment internet offers," Hood Harris, with AT&T Kentucky said.
Installation fees are also waived with the program.