AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM
High-speed home Internet allows Americans to work remotely, send their children to school, participate in the social safety net and access healthcare, job training, and critical government services.
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal benefit that aims to connect individuals by providing eligible households with a discount of $30/month toward their home Internet bill or $75/month for households on Tribal lands.
In addition, the benefit provides a one-time $100 discount toward a connected device through a participating provider. Click here to search for a list of device & internet ACP providers in your area.
If you participate in any of the following programs, you automatically qualify for the ACP:
• Federal Public Housing Assistance
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
• Veterans Pension or Survivor Benefits
NEED HELP GETTING STARTED? APPLY NOW
Visit GetACP.org to learn if you qualify, what documents you’ll need to apply, and how to connect to home internet plans that are free with ACP. Answer a few simple questions, and we’ll give you a personalized checklist that saves you time when you apply. It takes about 5 minutes.
HOW DO HOUSEHOLDS APPLY FOR THE BENEFIT?
There are three ways to apply for ACP benefits:
1. Visit affordableconnectivity.gov to submit an application or print out a mail-in application. Or call (877) 384-2575 to learn more.
2. Contact your preferred internet service provider directly to learn if they participate in the program and about the application process.
3. Complete the application and Household Worksheet and mail them, along with copies of proof documentation, to:
• ACP Support Center PO Box 7081 London, KY 40742
• Note: Mail-in application may take several weeks to process.