Some broadband providers in Loudoun County have programs for residents in need of reduced cost service plans. There are also several Loudoun County facilities that offer extended public Wi-Fi in parking areas.
Verizon offers a reduced cost plan as an eligible provider of the Lifeline Services assistance program. Fios Forward is available to new and existing qualifying households for as low as $19.99/month.
Comcast offers an inexpensive Internet Essentials program to all low-income households throughout its entire service area, including individuals with disabilities, as well as senior citizens for as low as $9.95/month.
The Line Extension Customer Assistance Program (LECAP) is designed to support the extensions of existing broadband networks to low-to-moderate income residents. Residents must apply for this program.
More information, including the program application, eligibility map, and guidelines and criteria is available through the Virginia DCHD website.
Wi-Fi hot spots are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The name of the network is LibraryWiFi. No password is required, although users will need to click “accept” on the landing page.
The Wi-Fi signal for the Loudoun Valley Community Center in Purcellville and the Lovettsville Community Center can be accessed in the facilities' parking lots. The name of the network is ParksRec-Public. No password is required.