Comcast is rolling out $9.95 per month internet access for students and families that might not be able to afford the company’s higher priced services. The initiative, called Internet Essentials, also offers a netbook for $149 and free internet training. To qualify, the family must have at least one child enrolled in the National School Lunch Program. The family member applying must not have signed up for service in the last 90 days or owe any past bills to Comcast. The 1.5 Mbps internet service is offered only in areas Comcast serves. Check out more details at Comcast’s Internet Essentials website.