Published on March 5, 2020 by Lauren Sliter
The devastating tornado that ripped through Nashville in March 2020, killing an estimated 24 people, and leaving tens of thousands without electricity, has also lured big cable and phone companies to provide “relief” to their affected customers. Comcast has provided Nashville residents access to a whopping THREE hotspots around the city, giving people free access to wifi.
Nashville is 528 square miles with nearly 2 million residents, so what if you can’t get to one of those hotspots? Make sure you are not overcharged or taken advantage of in this already tragic situation. If you are without access to your Comcast cable or internet, but are still getting bills, file an official claim against them now:
Comcast is allowing residents FREE Xfinity Wifi hotspot access in three Nashville locations designated as shelters for those who are displaced:
- The Red Cross Shelter (East High School, 110 Gallatin Avenue)
- Centennial SportsPlex (222 25th Avenue North)
- Bridgestone Arena (501 Broadway)
Access to the Wifi hotspots are available to everyone and you do not need to be an Xfinity customer to take advantage of the service. For more information, click here.
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