Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program is a new long-term, $14 billion program created by Congress. It is replacing the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program. The new eligibility requirements and benefits are listed below:

This Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program provides a discount on monthly broadband (high-speed internet) bills for qualifying low-income households. It includes:

  • Up to $30 a month discount on internet service;
  • Up to $75 a month discount for households on Tribal lands;
  • A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer if a participating provider contributes more than $10 and less than $50 toward the purchase price.

    Note: only one monthly service discount and one device discount is allowed per household


    • Those who already meet the requirements of an internet service provider’s existing low-income program;
    • Those who qualify for Lifeline benefits through participation in SNAP and other government assistance programs;
    • Participants of Tribal assistance programs;
    • Those who received a Pell Grant;
    • Those who received benefits under free and reduced school lunch program;
    • Households with incomes at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.


          1. Go to to submit an application or print a mail-in application 

          2. Contact your preferred participating provider to select a plan and have the discount applied to your bill.
            Note: Some providers may have an alternative application that they will ask you to complete

          Eligible households must both apply for the program and contact a participating provider to select a service plan.

          The FCC has also developed and is providing a FREE outreach toolkit for partners. Click here to access all the resources.


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