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STAMFORD, Conn. (WTVD) -- As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the US, Charter Communications offered free Spectrum internet access for 60 days to students who don't currently use the service. In a news release, Charter, the parent company of Spectrum, said both broadband and WiFi services would be installed for free in new student households. The offer is available to both K-12 and college students. RELATED: Students at NC State and Duke pack up to leave campus, prepare for online learning. Spectrum will also open its WiFi hotspots to the public. RELATED: Volunteer turnout low amid coronavirus fears, here\'s how you can help. Comcast is also making it easier for low-income f... Full story

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