The ACP is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to help low-income households pay for internet service and connected devices.
The Affordable Connectivity Program works to make sure that people can afford the broadband they require for things like job, school, healthcare, and other things.
If a person's income is 200% or less of the federal poverty level, they are eligible for the program. The guideline is based on your household size and state.
The ACP is being offered by a number of internet service providers. Locate internet service providers in your state or territory that offer the advantage.
The benefit offers eligible households a discount on internet service of up to $30 per month and up to $75 per month for homes on qualified tribal territory.
If eligible households contribute more than $10 but less than $50 toward the cost of a laptop, desktop computer or tablet, they can additionally get a one-time rebate of up to $100.