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Frequently Asked Questions
Question.What is the number of the Connect2Compete center?
Answer. 855-222-3252 &
Question.How do I get an application?
Answer.You can call the Connect2Compete Call center at 855-222-3252 & to determine your eligiblity or go the Connect2Compete's website to apply which is Paper applications are only accepted for those who were previously not approved and further proof is required to determine eligibilty.
Question.Where do I send in my paperwork?
Answer.You can mail your documents to PO Box 558, Charleston, IL 61920 or fax to 973-599-6508
Question.What is Connect2Compete?
Answer.Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national nonprofit organization that brings together many government, nonprofit and private sector partners that are dedicated to improving lives through the power of the Internet.
Question.How do I apply?
Answer.You can go to our website at, or call our toll free number to begin the application process at 855-222-3252.
Question.What are the hours of Operation?
Answer.Our call center is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 8AM and 9 PM Central and Saturday and Sunday 9AM to 8PM Central.
Question. Where is Connect2Compete available?
Answer. Connect2Compete is available to eligible families in local Cox markets nationwide.
Question.How long will Connect2Compete be available?
Answer.Connect2Compete offer will be available now through December 31, 2015.
Question.What is Cable Co's relationship with Connect to Compete?
Answer.Connect to Compete is a private and nonprofit sector partnership to promote broadband adoption and improve outcomes in disadvantaged communities.  The Cable Company is a participant in this partnership, providing the broadband service, equipment and installation.
Question. What is a Connect2Compete ID number?
Answer.This is a unique identifier assigned to a Connect2Compete application. It is used to verify the Free School Lunch eligibility requirement has been met and is required for the Connect2Compete internet offer with your cable company.
Question.What is the National School Lunch program?
Answer.The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day.

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