Following COVID Relief Bill, Q Link Providing Customers With Free Unlimited, Talk, Text, Data

Will data become a necessity now?

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
January 29, 2021

Soon enough, having free wireless internet may be available for almost all South Floridians.  The most recent COVID bill extends free internet service to one-third of South Florida residents, but Q Link Wireless announced they will provide free service immediately to new customers.

Q Link Wireless is a phone service company based out of Dania Beach, Florida.  The service will entail many great features, such as unlimited mobile data, talk, and texting.  This will only be available to Miami-area residents with no hidden fees.

Previous regulations put a cap on the amount of data allowed to be allotted, but the new legislation will permit Q Link Wireless to go fully unlimited.

"Access to the internet is more crucial right now than ever before," said Q Wireless founder and CEO, Issa Asad.

The executive added, "More than 46 million Americans are recently unemployed and looking for work, millions of parents have taken on responsibility as their children's teacher, and elderly residents or their caregivers need the internet to access critical healthcare resources.  With such an urgent need, Q Link is excited to immediately extend this service to eligible Americans, including so many in our home community."

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Jim McCool

Jim McCool

is based in Tallahassee and is currently a Senior at Florida State University, studying Political Science and Religion. With a deep interest in politics, Jim has been initiated into the Benjamin Franklin Society of Scholars, and has competed nationally in undergraduate Mock Trial, as well as started the Moot Court team at his former high school. When not writing or studying, Jim is usually hitting the gym, watching reruns of Frasier, or keeping tabs on the New England Patriots.

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