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Brooklyn Nets Join Up with Maxsip to Bridge Digital Divide

Maxsip to support Nets community engagement, raise awareness about federal free internet program for lower income families.

Maxsip Telecom is now an official partner of the Brooklyn Nets. Through their partnership with Nets, Maxsip will be able to reach even more qualified recipients through the team’s numerous community engagement programs.

"We are thrilled to welcome Maxsip to the Brooklyn Nets family,” said Catherine Carlson, executive vice president of global partnerships at BSE Global, parent company of the Brooklyn Nets, New York Liberty and Barclays Center, in a press release. “Maxsip’s commitment to bridge the digital divide through free and low-cost internet services aligns with our commitment to better the lives of those in our surrounding communities. We are excited to work with Maxsip to reach even more Brooklynites through our extensive community engagement programs.”   

Maxsip Telecom is supporting community engagement events hosted by the Brooklyn Nets across the city. Maxsip will serve as the presenting sponsor of the season of giving holiday event at the Barclays Center which brings holiday cheer to families who may not have the means to celebrate the holiday season.

The season of giving event offers families the opportunity to enjoy activities, children’s attractions and food in a celebratory environment. The event will also include opportunities for eligible families to register for and immediately receive Maxsip ACP serviced mobile devices including phones and tablets.

“The Nets are a true community institution, bringing together supporters from across the region and in supporting local programs that reach millions of New Yorkers. We are excited to partner with them to promote the ACP program and help connect more people,” said Maxsip Telecom Chief Financial Officer Noah Isaacs. 

Throughout the New York metropolitan region, Maxsip Telecom has helped almost 400,000 households connect to internet at no cost to the customer, through the federal government initiative. Users can register online on the company’s website, at mobile kiosks and distribution sites throughout the region and approved customers receive their mobile phones and tablets immediately. 

The Brooklyn Nets partnership will help the company reach even more eligible recipients throughout the region.