I just found out about a new government run program for low income people to get FREE cellphones with FREE one hour of minutes, but it's only for a few states right now. The government is already planning on expanding it into more states, but it could take awhile. And of course, it's not in my state yet. I'm just wondering if anyone has heard of any discounts for Cable TV or Internet Access for Low Income/Disabled people. There must be something out there somewhere. The government keeps saying they want everyone to have internet access, so I can't believe there isn't a program for low income people. I wouldn't have even known about the phone service if my friend hadn't just told me about it. Her brother lives in Florida, so he can get it now. The phone program I'm talking about is totally FREE, it's a government sponsored thing for Tracfone. You can look at the site here: https://www.safelinkwireless.com/EnrollmentPublic/Home.aspx They give you a free cellphone with free minutes, EVERY month, and the minutes will roll over if you don't use them all. It's an amazing new program, but it's only for a few states right now. Please post if you know of anything else, particularly for Cable TV or Net access. There must be programs out there that most of us don't know about. And we never find out unless someone tells us.