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While we're on this topic, I don't think there's a problem getting a used computer for free if one looks hard enough. However, there's a big problem with the cost of Internet access. These monthly fees are crazy ... then they add on costs for routers, taxes, etc. ... someone needs to do something about it. Starlink was supposed to reduce the cost. But even Starlink is going to be $99 monthly ... and that's after buying $499 of equipment!