The Library has limited operations this fall. Visit our Return to Operations guide for information on available services.
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Many educational institutions, including NWACC, have extended their Wi-Fi access to parking lots for public use. KNWA article
Fast-tracking the qualification process for Connect2Compete and https://cox.pcsrefurbished.com/
Increasing the speeds of our Essential tier customers from 30 Mbps to 50 Mbps, which was originally planned for later in the year
Opening Cox Wi-Fi outdoor hotspots to help keep the public connected in this time of need.
This is not an AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spot map, but you can search your device app store for a free hotspot locator.
Park in the Rogers Public Library lot and access their free Wi-Fi 24-hours a day.
While many commercial businesses and libraries may not be open during this time, they may still have Wi-Fi service available.
And don't forget the Lifeline or Universal Service Access program from the Federal Telecommunications Commission for low income households. Individuals can apply for discounted voice and internet access from local telephone and internet service companies. Please visit the Universal Access Administrative Company website to find a list of participating companies by zip code.
And don't forget to check with your cell phone service providers. Some have stated they will not charge data overage fees during this time. Please see this article from Consumer Reports for more information.