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Communications - phone/computer

Boonslick Regional Library
102 East Jackson, Warsaw, MO 65355
660-827-READ

Public Computers: Time-regulated Internet-accessible public computers with access to Microsoft Office 2007: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher. Also includes screen magnification, USB flash drive capability, printing capability (black & white and color) and access to a variety of online reference databases.
Public Wi-Fi: Wireless access is available to the public inside the library during normal hours of operation.



Low Cost Internet Providers:

CenturyLink Lifeline

Lifeline is the FCC's program to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. Lifeline provides subscribers a discount on monthly telephone service purchased from participating providers. The discounts, which can be applied to stand-alone broadband, bundled voice-broadband packages - either fixed or mobile - and/or stand-alone voice service, help ensure that low-income consumers can afford state-of-the-art Broadband and the access it provides to jobs, education and opportunities.
The Lifeline discount may be used for voice or qualified broadband service, but not both.
Lifeline discounts on voice services are available to participants of both state and federally recognized aid programs.
Lifeline discounts on broadband services are available to participants of federally-recognized aid programs and is limited to certain broadband services. Broadband speeds must be 20 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload or faster to qualify.
Standard Lifeline—provides federal monthly support of up to $9.25. In some states, additional monthly support is also available


Mediacom Connect 2 Compete

$9.95 a month.  Helping more families get connected.
Being online is critical in today's world. That’s why Mediacom offers the Connect-2-Compete program to make home internet more affordable for more students and families across the country.
Your home may qualify if:
  • Mediacom offers internet service in your community or area
  • You have at least one student in grades K-12 living at home
  • At least one child qualifies for free or reduced-price school lunch through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • You are not a current Mediacom internet customer and have NOT subscribed to our internet service in the past 90 days
  • You do not have an outstanding Mediacom bill or unreturned equipment**

Spectrum Internet Assist

The Spectrum Internet Assist program provides reliable, high-speed internet access at an affordable price for those who qualify.
Eligible low-income households can receive discounted 30 Mbps high-speed internet, along with Security Suite and an internet modem, at no additional charge.
Spectrum Internet Assist requires no contracts, and as always, there are no data caps or hidden fees.
REQUIREMENTS: One or more members of your household must be a recipient of one of the following assistance programs:
  • National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP
  • Supplemental Security Income (for applicants age 65+ only)



SafeLink Wireless

SafeLink Wireless® is a LifeLine supported service, a government benefit program. Only eligible consumers may enroll in LifeLine. LifeLine service is non-transferable and limited to one per household. Documentation of income or program participation may be required for enrollment. SafeLink Keep Your Own Smartphone plan requires a compatible or unlocked Smartphone. Most GSM Smartphones are compatible. Offers vary by State and may not be available in all service areas.
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