Affordable Connectivity Program: Bringing high-speed internet to millions of households across the U.S.

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) calls the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) the largest ever broadband affordability effort in the U.S. This vital federal program has already connected over 20 million households across the country to make high-speed internet service more affordable. Funded by the 2021 bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress, the program is aimed at helping millions of eligible households afford high-speed internet crucial for daily life. While millions of households have already enrolled in the ACP, there are still millions of eligible households that have not.

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