There is a government program Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) that both AT&T and Comcast participate in. For eligible households, this program will give a $30 credit. Plus there is an option for getting an additional line for phone, tablet, etc.
An even better program is Internet Essentials. Which provides basic cable for at $9.95 or even free $0.00) after providing documentation for SNAP, Medicaid, housing assistance or Free Lunch and book program at MCCSC.
I have helped several families enroll with this program.
It is easier to do this when you start service or at the end of your agreed contract (1-2 years).
I attached a brochure for this program with Comcast Xfinity.
This is NOT TV. But only for cable, to get wireless, so school kids and you can interact with school, etc.
The families are able to watch TV, many different free channels using wireless and Roku (or Amazon Fire, etc).