NACEPF and Mobile Beacon Submit Comments In the Matter of Auction of Flexible-Use Service Licenses in the 2.5 GHz Band for Next-Generation Wireless Services


The North American Catholic Programming Education Foundation (NACEPF) and Mobile Beacon submitted comments on May 4, 2021, in response to the Federal Communications Commission in the Matter of  Auction of Flexible-Use Service Licenses in the 2.5 GHz Band for  Next-Generation Wireless Services. Read the full comments here.

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Mobile Beacon awards community grant to House of Refuge, Inc.


Mobile Beacon is celebrating 10 years of providing high-speed, low-cost, mobile internet access to the anchors of communities: nonprofits, schools, libraries, and healthcare organizations. In honor of this anniversary, Mobile Beacon is providing 10 community grants to local and national organizations in support of their missions and the incredible work they do in their communities. […]

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Help is available for those who cannot afford personal computers


JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ohio — Families and individuals in need of a computer who cannot afford one have some help available through the Public Library of Steubenville and Jefferson County. The Bridging the Gap program, a partnership of PCs for People and Mobile Beacon, is available through the library system. Refurbished computers and unlimited high-speed internet as […]

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Mobile Beacon announces #MobileBeaconMoments Storytelling Contest Winner


In celebration of our 10th-anniversary of providing high-speed, low-cost, mobile broadband access to the anchors of communities, we launched our first-ever Storytelling Contest in the Fall of 2020. The contest invited our customers to share their #MobileBeaconMoment, so we could shed a light on the important work our customers do in their own communities and […]

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STEM Academy, Spanish Community of Wallingford hope for grant


WALLINGFORD — CT STEM Academy and Spanish Community of Wallingford hope to win a $10,000 Mobile Beacon Youth Development Grant after being named one of top 10 finalists nationally. But they need assistance, since online voting helps decide the winner. SCOW and CT STEM Academy partner to cultivate programs for students interested in science, technology, […]

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Exciting News!


CT STEM Academy and Family STEM Nights and Spanish Community of Wallingford (SCOW) are a Top 10 National Finalist for a Mobile Beacon $10,000 Youth Development Grant. Mobile Beacon has selected us to compete for $10K, 10 Laptops and 10 Mobile Hotspots! The Spanish Community of Wallingford, and its STEM partner CT STEM Academy, strive […]

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Your votes could help get crucial technology to houseless keiki


HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – A local organization is in the running to get some much needed technology to houseless keiki in Hawaii. “Dynamic Community Solutions” is among the top 10 out of more than 160 groups in a national contest put on by the group Mobile Beacon Unit. If they win, they’ll get the grand […]

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Waianae houseless village has opportunity to provide technology for its keiki


WAIANAE, Hawaii (KHON2) — Children who are houseless, have the chance to win laptops to help with their distance learning during the pandemic. The Pu’uhonua O Wai’anae was selected as one of the top 10 finalists in the nation for Mobile Beacon’s Community Grant Contest. To get 10 laptops, 10 hotspots, and $10,000, they need […]

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Fayette Public Library To Lend WI-FI Hotspots


The Fayette Public Library has purchased mobile hotspots to lend to card holders across the community who need internet access. Hotspot internet service is provided by Mobile Beacon and the Sprint network with unlimited data at 4 GE LTE speeds. Up to 15 devices may be connected to the hotspot at once. Hotspots will be […]

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NACEPF, Mobile Beacon Respond to FCC’s Notice of Apparent Liability


Johnston, RI (January 7, 2021) – The North American Catholic Education Programming Foundation Inc. (NACEPF) and Mobile Beacon are astonished that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has moved forward with a Notice of Apparent Liability (NAL) alleging that NACEPF failed to meet certain educational requirements, which the FCC voted to rescind over a year ago. […]

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