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Georgia Internet Access for COVID-19 Update

The COVID-19 virus is impacting Georgian’s ability to work, access healthcare, and receive education services. Because of the shift to telehealth with “virtual visits”, teleworking, and remote continuity of learning, and in partnership with Governor Brian Kemp and the state Coronavirus Task Force, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs has launched this webpage to provide information to Georgians and resources connect to high-speed internet.

COVID-19 Internet Access Resources

In response to social distancing requirements and stay-at-home instructions, broadband providers are temporarily offering various options to get Georgian's internet connectivity. These include free internet service, waiving disconnect and late fees, providing free access to WiFi hot spots, reducing limitation on data-usage, and offering other time-limited options.

Click the "Find Public WiFi" icon below for locations of WiFi options in Georgia, offered by the telecommunications industry, Georgia state government, and other wi-fi providers. All of these provide FREE internet access, and some locations are open-access and some require a login. But at this time, we are not able to provide that detailed information here on this website.

While many public libraries are currently closed, some are offering  WiFi outside their buildings.

Follow social distancing requirements and remain at least six (6) feet away from any fellow Georgian who is not a member of your household.

Please bring your own computer or tablet - devices are not available at these locations at this time.

Internet speeds may vary.

This list does not include the Kindergarten through 12th-grade schools providing WiFi access for students. To find those locations, please contact your local school.

This list does not include the Georgia colleges and universities providing wi-fi access. To find those locations, please contact your college or university.

Please check back here regularly, as we will be adding new locations in the coming weeks.