The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) offered by the FCC is designed to address the digital divide by providing support to families and households who struggle to afford internet services. Through the program, eligible participants can benefit from a monthly discount of up to $30 for internet service, or up to $75 for households residing on qualifying Tribal lands. Additionally, the program offers a one-time discount of up to $100 for purchasing a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet through participating providers. Eligibility is determined based on household income, participation in specific assistance programs, or meeting criteria for low-income internet programs. The ACP aims to break down barriers and foster equal access to connectivity for all. Learn more at fcc.gov/acp. Contact Gary Thompson (317-427-8450, firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need assistance applying to the ACP. He is willing to set up one-on-one or group meetings to walk through the application process.
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