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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that ACP will "freeze" on February 7, 2024 at 8:59 PM Pacific Time (California Time) after which no new ACP enrollments will be accepted at this time. The FCC says, if the customer is approved for ACP and enrolled with an ISP by the February 7 deadline, then they will receive full 90 days of ACP benefits, taking them through April 2024. However, the FCC also says that full or partial benefits could continue into May or longer, due to claims, refunding, or an extension of funding by Congress.

While no one knows exactly what Congress and the FCC will do, by signing up before February 7, you will: get up to a $30 per month benefit for up to 3 months; and make sure you are registered as a household in need of affordable Internet service for the future. You also may be given more consideration by your ISP for transition to another affordable Internet plan.

Find Out If You’re Eligible

Your household is eligible for ACP benefits if:

Your household income is $60,000 or less if you’re a family of 4

(For each additional member, add $10,280).


A household member is enrolled in at least ONE (1) of the following:

Federal Assistance Programs

  • Lifeline
  • Free or Reduced School Lunch Program, CEP Schools
  • CalFresh or SNAP
  • Medi-Cal or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Pell Grant
  • WIC (Women, Infants & Children)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit

Support Services for Indigenous Communities

  • Tribal Programs for Residents on Qualifying Tribal Lands
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Tribal TANF
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
  • Tribal Head Start (must meet relevant income qualifying standard)

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is helping millions of eligible households throughout the U.S. save hundreds of dollars on Home Internet. This federally funded initiative offers a $30 monthly discount on Home Internet (up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal Lands) and a one-time discount of up to $100 for a computer or a tablet. Even better: when the ACP discount is used with the right plan, Home Internet can be FREE for your family.

Signing up for ACP is easy using the options listed below. And if you’re a Lifeline subscriber, the process is even easier — just contact your current Internet provider and tell them you want to enroll in ACP. NOTE: Be sure to tell them that you want the ACP benefit to be applied to your Home Internet plan and that your Lifeline benefit is kept for your cellular plan. That way, you’ll enjoy savings both at home and on the go!

Signing up for ACP is as easy as 1-2-3:

1: Complete the Application. Signing up for ACP can be done…

a) Online. The online application is easy to complete and takes just minutes. Click here to get started.

b) By Phone. Talk to an ACP coordinator to sign up. Just call 1-844-516-0994

c) By Mail. Print and complete the application (see below). Then mail the completed application with proof of eligibility to:

Affordable Connectivity Program Support Center
P.O. BOX 7081
London, KY 40742

Download the application by clicking on the link below:
ACP Application (English)
ACP Application (Spanish)

2: Provide the Requested Documents and an Email Address.

During the ACP application process, you’ll need to provide two types of documentation: those showing proof of identity and those offering proof of eligibility. To make it easier, we’ve provided a list that will help you determine what you’ll need to provide.

For proof of identity, you can use one of the following:

  • U.S Driver’s License
  • Government ID: State ID, U.S. Military ID
  • Passport (current from any country)
  • Individual Taxpayer ID number
  • Matricula or Visa Consular Card
  • Birth Certificate (any country) for the minor that is the Benefit Qualifying Person (BQP)

For proof of eligibility, the proper documentation depends on the qualifying program:

  • For WIC, MediCal, and CalFresh: a monthly statement
  • For National School Lunch Program (NSLP) at CEP designated school: Proof of enrollment in the program during the current or preceding school year
  • Pell Grant: A Pell Grant Award Letter for the current year

To sign for ACP, you’ll also need a valid email address; an ACP representative can help you set up an email if you don’t have one.

3: Find the Right Provider.

Not all Home Internet providers participate in ACP. After your application has been approved, be sure to look for a provider that offers the ACP discount in your area. To help you find the right provider, check out the Low-Cost Plans page: