Housing Authority Partners to Offer Free Internet Access (Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
March 8th, 2019

From 89.7 WKSU:

Akron students who live in subsidized housing will be able to access the internet when they're at home under a new initiative.  

The Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority has partnered with Sprint to offer WiFi to residents. 

Sprint will provide 235 hotspots for AMHA, according to community relations manager Joan Davidson. She said they will specifically target public school children of all ages who have access to Chromebooks.

 Read 89.7 WKSU’s article Housing Authority Partners to Offer Free Internet Access, ” featuring the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority. 

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