Comcast is launching a free Wi-Fi initiative in community centers in the DC, Baltimore and Virginia area that the comms giant dubs “Lift Zones.”
Community members will be able to come to these buildings to use free internet. It’s an approach to extend internet access in communities that need more access in the pandemic that’s similar to what we’ve seen with Enoch Pratt Free Library’s Drive In Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi hot spots throughout the city.
In Baltimore, there will be 15 locations. Among them is Union Baptist Church’s Harvey Johnson Community Center. We’ve noted the church has an adjacent cyber center in West Baltimore’s Upton neighborhood.
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