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What is AT&T ACP program?
The ACP is a federal government program that can help eligible customers pay for their home internet service. Through the ACP, eligible customers can reduce their AT&T Internet bill by up to $30 per month*, or up to $75 per month if they live on qualified Tribal Lands.
What is an ACP benefit?
Description of ACP The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) program provides a discount of up to $30 per month for broadband services for eligible households. Households who live on qualifying Tribal lands can receive enhanced support of up to $75 per month toward broadband services.
How do I contact ACP?
Consumer Complaint Center You can learn more about the Affordable Connectivity Program including what the benefit provides, and who is eligible by visiting fcc.gov/acp. Need Help with the ACP? If you need to talk to someone about your eligibility or application status, please call the ACP helpline at (877) 384-2575.
Will the government pay for my internet?
As part of the Biden administration's stimulus package from March 2021, the federal government has been providing nearly 9 million low-income households a monthly subsidy of $50 to cover the cost of high-speed internet.
What is the difference between ACP and lifeline?
Lifeline is the FCC's permanent program to support affordable access to essential communications services such as broadband Internet access. The ACP is a new program designed to provide additional support to make broadband more affordable for certain low-income households.
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