Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)
What is the ACP?
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by Congress and implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to assist eligible households to pay for internet services. The ACP allows qualifying households to apply a subsidy up to $30/month (or up to $75/month on Tribal lands) and as much as $100 put toward the cost of a device.
The ACP is integral to making internet more affordable for qualifying customers, assisting millions in connecting to jobs, healthcare and virtual classrooms.
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Households can qualify for the ACP based on:
(1) income, (2) participation in Lifeline, and (3) participation in certain government assistance programs.
To learn more or enroll in ACP, visit www.affordableconnectivity.gov.
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Verizon & the ACP
Verizon is proud to be the leading prepaid, value, and premium wireless carrier, offering several mobile and home internet plans for every family and budget. Applying a subsidy up to $30/month (or up to $75/month on Tribal lands) through the ACP, customers can select from over one hundred plans to find the one that works best for their family’s budget and broadband needs.
Click below to learn more about free offerings from Verizon with the ACP.