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The Affordable Connectivity Program is a government-sponsored program that provides discounts on internet service and connected devices for households which meet certain income requirements.Apply & QualifyWith The ACP Today!
A few ways to qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program
You may already be qualified for the Affordable Connectivity Program if you, your child, or dependent participate in certain government assistance programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, or other programs.If you're participating in a low-income program based on your household income then you're already qualified!
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- State-of-the-art 8" Whoop Tablet
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How Do I Qualify for ACP?
What is ACP?
ACP stands for Affordable Connectivity Program. It is a government-sponsored program that provides discounts on internet service and connected devices for low-income households.
To qualify for ACP, households must meet certain income requirements.
Do I qualify for the ACP?
Lifeline is a Federal Communications Commission program to help make communications services more affordable for low-income consumers. If you currently receive a Lifeline benefit, you automatically qualify for the ACP, and you can receive both benefits at the same time.
Ways to Qualify for ACP
Ways your household can qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) based on your household income or if you or your child or dependent participate in certain government assistance programs such as SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, or other programs.
Prove Your Income for ACP
To prove participation in one of the qualifying programs, you must submit a document that, at a minimum, which includes, your name or the name of their benefit qualifying person (BQP). The name of the qualifying program, such as SNAP, WIC, SSI, Medicaid, Federal Public Housing Assistance, etc.
Already Enrolled in Any of the Programs Below?
Then you are eligible for the ACP!
(Affordable Connectivity Program)
If you would like to apply for WIC, you can get help from the USDA here Once you have been approved, return to WHOOP and complete your application to receive your FREE INTERNET & NEW TABLET offer.
Frequently Asked Questions
What documents does ACP require?
- Tax Return (state, federal or tribal)
- Current income statement.
- Pay stub from the employer.
- Social Security statement of benefits.
- Veteran's statement of benefits.
- Unemployment or worker's compensation statement.
- Divorce decree, child support, or similar document showing your income.
What happens if my ACP application expired?
If your Application ID number is no longer valid, you will need to reapply on the ACP website and then contact us at 1-888-200-1076.
If you don't respond to your ACP recertification deadline, you will lose your ACP benefit. This means that your monthly bill may increase or your free minutes will stop. In some cases, your service may even be turned off.
Why you should never let your ACP service expire.
If you don't respond to your ACP recertification deadline:
- Your monthly bill may increase.
- Your free minutes may stop.
- Your service may be turned off.
- You may have to pay back any ACP benefits that you received after you were no longer eligible.
How long does the ACP credit last?
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) credit is currently a long-term program. The government has committed $14 billion to this endeavor, and there is currently no end date. If you are enrolled in the ACP, you will be notified at least 30 days before the program ends. You will also be given the opportunity to reapply if you are still eligible.
How long does it take to hear back from the ACP?
Generally, within 10 business days of applying. If you have not heard back after 10 business days, you can contact the ACP to check on the status of your application or call 1-888-200-1076.
Tips for increasing your chances of hearing back from the ACP quickly:
- Make sure you provide all of the required documentation.
- Apply online, if possible, it’s faster.
- Since ACP is popular, it may take some time to process your application so be patient.