NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – About 1,700 school children in Newark, New Jersey, will get free mobile Wi-Fi hotspots and all residents will be able to receive high-speed internet for $10 a month.
The offer comes after Jersey On founder Josh Gottheimer said the non-profit linked up with the city.READ MORE: Connecticut Man Who Tested Positive For Omicron Variant Resting At Home With Mild Symptoms, Gov. Lamont Says
“Jersey On is here because we know that there’s an unfortunate truth. Students in Newark, more than half of them, won’t be able to get online at home to do their homework,” Gottheimer said.