Comporium Offering Internet to New Customers in Homes with K-12 and Higher Education Students

With the continuing spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), South Carolina Governor, Henry McMaster and North Carolina Governor, Roy Cooper, made the difficult decision to close all public schools through the end of March, the company said.

Knowing that our students and their parents will need greater access to broadband, Comporium is offering 60 days of free service to new customers in homes where a student lives. We want to make sure that as the need to be connected to the world increases, Comporium is doing its part to make that easier.

Comporium is offering 60 days of free Standard HSI service and free installation to any home that is:

The primary home of a student in kindergarten through high school, in technical school, in college, or in graduate school;

Currently without our Internet service and that hasn´t had Internet service with Comporium for the past 90 days; and

Located where Comporium would normally provide Internet service.

Comporium is also committed to working with customers impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) to prevent their Internet service from being disconnected during this challenging situation.

Comporium, Inc., headquartered in Rock Hill, S.C., is a diversified, privately held communications company that employs nearly 1,100 people and provides broadband, TV, voice, wireless, smart home systems and advertising services throughout the Carolinas. Comporium´s ventures include companies providing business solutions, data storage and managed services, smart devices and connected home services, and digital signage. For more information, visit