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You’re already eligible if you receive any of the following:
  • SNAP
  • WIC
  • EBT
  • Medicaid
  • Lifeline
  • Suppl. Security Income (SSI)
  • Fed. Pub. Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension
  • Lifeline
  • Free/Reduced School Lunch Program

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You’re already eligible if you receive any of the following:
  • SNAP
  • WIC
  • EBT
  • Medicaid
  • Lifeline
  • Suppl. Security Income (SSI)
  • Fed. Pub. Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension
  • Lifeline
  • Free/Reduced School Lunch Program

The FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, formerly called the Emergency Broadband Benefit program, is a government program that reduces an eligible household’s broadband internet service bill. Discounts are provided through bill credits, limited to one per household and the amount varies based on customer location and qualifying service.

We are not affiliated with the government or any government programs. We are a lead generation company that facilitates connecting consumers with the verification process and service providers so that they can receive discounted services if they qualify for them.

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Nearly 40% of households in the country qualify! *

You are eligible for the ACP if your income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines. And if you or someone in your home currently receives government assisted benefits through programs like:

  • SNAP
  • WIC
  • EBT
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension
  • Lifeline
  • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program

*Source: – Nearly 40% of households in the country qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program either because their income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, or because a member of the household is currently receiving benefits from a government program, or the household meets the eligibility criteria for a participating broadband provider’s existing low-income internet program.

Maximum annual income allowed per household size to qualify:

Household Size 48 Contiguous States, D.C., and Territories Alaska Hawaii
1 $29,160 $36,420 $33,540
2 $39,440 $49,280 $45,360
3 $49,720 $62,140 $57,180
4 $60,000 $75,000 $69,000
5 $70,280 $87,860 $80,820
6 $80,560 $100,720 $92,640
7 $90,840 $113,580 $104,460
8 $101,120 $126,440 $116,280
Each addl. person add: $10,280 $12,860 $11,820
Household Size 48 Contiguous States, D.C., and Territories
1 $29,160
2 $39,440
3 $49,720
4 $60,000
5 $70,280
6 $80,560
7 $90,840
8 $101,120
Each addl. person add: $10,280
Household Size Alaska Hawaii
1 $36,420 $33,540
2 $49,280 $45,360
3 $62,140 $57,180
4 $75,000 $69,000
5 $87,860 $80,820
6 $100,720 $92,640
7 $113,580 $104,460
8 $126,440 $116,280
Each addl. person add: $12,860 $11,820

How to get started.

To apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program, visit the National Verifier by clicking the link below, enter your information, and see if you qualify. Get ACP Internet does not determine eligibility. If approved, write down your application ID and call us today to enroll with an Internet provider in your area that participates in the ACP.

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The federal government has assigned $14.2 billion to the Affordable Connectivity Program, which aims to assist Americans in reducing the expense of their high-speed Internet bills. Eligible customers can qualify for FREE Internet or discounts of up to $30 per month.

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How to Get Free Government Internet Service

You can get your home internet service for free or at low cost when you apply for the FCC internet subsidy provided by the ACP program. You will get payment assistance from the government, but your internet plan will come from private internet providers. The ACP payment assistance for eligible households is $30/month. For eligible households on Tribal land, the FCC internet subsidy is $75/month.

To find out whether your ACP program internet would be free or low-cost, look up your participating internet provider’s plans here on Many providers have first-tier internet plans with a low enough price that your internet will be free after your ACP benefit. Other ISPs start their plans around $50/month, so your cost would be only $20/month after your $30 ACP program benefits.

List of Internet Providers Participating in the ACP Program:

  • AT&T
  • Brightspeed
  • CenturyLink
  • Cox
  • Earthlink
  • Fidium Fiber
  • Frontier
  • HughesNet
  • Lumos Fiber
  • Metronet
  • Optimum
  • Quantum Fiber
  • Spectrum
  • Verizon
  • Viasat
  • Windstream
  • Wow!
  • Xfinity
  • Ziply Fiber
How to Maximize the Benefits of the ACP
  1. Know your needs: You don’t want to pay for speed you don’t need. If you work or study from home, you may need faster internet with unlimited data or high data caps. If you mostly browse the web and use email, a slower plan with less data will work for you.
  2. Check your local options: Enter your zip code here at to see a detailed comparison of pricing and plans. You may get a better price from one ACP-participating provider than another.
  3. Track your internet usage: If your plan has data caps, be very careful not to exceed those caps, or you may face extra charges. Most providers will have an app or portal where you can check your current data usage.
What is the difference between the ACP and Lifeline programs?

The Lifeline program is much older than the ACP, having started in 1985. Lifeline was originally founded to provide phone service but can also now provide broadband assistance. The Lifeline benefit is $9.25/month payment assistance. To be eligible for Lifeline, households must be at or below 135% of the federal poverty level or qualify for certain other federal programs such as housing assistance or Medicaid.

The ACP program internet benefit provides $30/month for households at up to 200% of the poverty level, or with a household member who qualifies for certain other federal programs such as SNAP. Qualifying households on Tribal lands receive $75/month from this FCC internet subsidy. Eligible households also may receive $100 toward the purchase of a digital device through an ACP-participating provider.

Can I get both Lifeline and ACP benefits at the same time?
Yes, you can receive assistance from both Lifeline and the ACP program at the same time. If you already get the Lifeline benefit, you will automatically qualify for the ACP. You can use both benefits for the same internet service, or you can apply them to different services such as cell phone and internet.
What is the ACP laptop program or ACP tablet program?
You can get one-time support of $100 off the purchase of a tablet, laptop, or other digital device if you qualify for the ACP. You must purchase the device through a participating provider, and you must personally contribute between $10 and $50 toward the purchase price. In other words, your device must cost a maximum of $150.
Does Social Security count as income for the Affordable Connectivity Program?
Income that counts toward your annual gross income for the ACP includes salary, social security benefits, unemployment, pensions, public assistance benefits, veterans’ benefits, workers’ compensation, alimony, child support, lottery winnings, gifts, and inheritances.
Does ACP provide free government internet service?
For qualifying households, the ACP will provide an FCC-sponsored benefit of $30/month (or $75 for households on Tribal lands). That ACP benefit is applied to your monthly internet charges. If your monthly plan charge is $30 or below (or $75 or below for the Tribal benefit), your internet may end up being free. The term “free government internet service” is not completely accurate, however, as the internet providers are private. The federal government is providing payment assistance to private ISPs.
When did the ACP program start?
The ACP program launched on December 31, 2021, and provides $30 monthly payment assistance for high-speed internet to qualifying households. Households on eligible Tribal lands receive $75/month through this FCC internet subsidy.
Do I get my ACP benefits paid to me directly?
No, your ACP benefit is paid directly to your internet service provider once you give the provider your ACP application ID.

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