The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal benefits program that has been instrumental in providing 23 million households with a $30/month ($75/month for tribal land) discount on their internet bills.
What's happening with ACP?
What will happen with my Internet Plan?
Funds are anticipated to be depleted by April 2024, unless urgent congressional funding is secured.
Currently, lawmakers introduced a bill of $7 billion in new funding to support the FCC's Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). If passed, the bill will ensure the program's continuation beyond April 2024.
Once funds are depleted, ACP recipient households will cease to receive benefits unless Congress provides additional funding.
Your ISP will contact you soon to discuss your options: you can keep your current plan without the ACP discount, switch plans, or cancel altogether.
We recommend you to inquire about the low-cost plans they have available.
Post-ACP: Affordable Internet Plans
Numerous affordable internet plans are available, and NDIA has diligently compiled a comprehensive list of them, ensuring accessibility to options that suit various needs and budgets.
Take Action: Support Affordable Internet Access Today!
The ACP need your help! Contact your Congressional leaders to support the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) Extension Act of 2024. Be sure to provide your name, address, and urge them to continue funding the ACP!