Starting today, a cable and Internet service provider will offer free high-speed Internet access to immediate families of military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan - for as long as their loved ones are abroad.
Atlantic Broadband will be rolling out its freebie starting in central and western Pennsylvania before going to parts of New York, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia and Florida.
The company also will provide free installation, cable modem and five e-mail accounts per home.
A company official says Atlantic typically charges $30 or more a month for high-speed Internet service.
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