Funding low-income internet service


AT&T Ohio has donated a $5,500 to support the introduction of a low-income internet service for those that qualify for the SNAP program. This new service is available through the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Partnership, and will cost $10 per month. Those with further questions should inquire with the Community Action or by calling 740-367-7341. Pictured from left are Ryan Smith, state representative, B.J. Smith, representative from AT&T, and Tom Reed, director of Gallia-Meigs Community Action.


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AT&T Ohio has donated a $5,500 to support the introduction of a low-income internet service for those that qualify for the SNAP program. This new service is available through the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Partnership, and will cost $10 per month. Those with further questions should inquire with the Community Action or by calling 740-367-7341. Pictured from left are Ryan Smith, state representative, B.J. Smith, representative from AT&T, and Tom Reed, director of Gallia-Meigs Community Action.

AT&T Ohio has donated a $5,500 to support the introduction of a low-income internet service for those that qualify for the SNAP program. This new service is available through the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Partnership, and will cost $10 per month. Those with further questions should inquire with the Community Action or by calling 740-367-7341. Pictured from left are Ryan Smith, state representative, B.J. Smith, representative from AT&T, and Tom Reed, director of Gallia-Meigs Community Action.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/05/web1_DSC_0736201753016144678.jpgAT&T Ohio has donated a $5,500 to support the introduction of a low-income internet service for those that qualify for the SNAP program. This new service is available through the Gallia-Meigs Community Action Partnership, and will cost $10 per month. Those with further questions should inquire with the Community Action or by calling 740-367-7341. Pictured from left are Ryan Smith, state representative, B.J. Smith, representative from AT&T, and Tom Reed, director of Gallia-Meigs Community Action. Morgan McKinniss/OVP