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Important
Changes to the
Affordable
Connectivity
Program

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months.

For more information about the status of the ACP and the wind-down process, please visit fcc.gov/acp or AffordableConnectivity.gov or call the FCC’s ACP Support Center at 877-384-2575.

Find the right service for you.

Transferring your ACP Benefit to Verizon

When you transfer your ACP benefit to qualifying Verizon Home Internet services, you’ll automatically qualify for Verizon Forward. If ACP ends, you will no longer receive the ACP monthly discount of up to $30/month but will continue to receive the Verizon Forward discount.

Starting on 02.08.24, Verizon Home Internet customers on select plans may be eligible for our Verizon Forward discount of up to $20/month.
Click Get Started to see if you are eligible.

Step 1

Check if Verizon Home
Internet is available in
your area, and verify
your existing ACP eligibility.

Step 2

Select a plan and
check out.

Step 3

The ACP and Verizon Forward,
discounts, if applicable, will
be applied to your Verizon
Home Internet account.

Prices with programs applied

Fios Home Internet


300 Mbps

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $49.99/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

Free per month


500 Mbps

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $69.99/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

$29.99 /mo


Fios 1 Gig

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $89.99/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

$49.99 /mo

Available in select areas. 

Fios 2 Gig

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $109.99/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

$69.99 /mo

5G Home Internet

5G Home

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $50/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

Free per month

5G Home Plus

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $70/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

$20 /mo

LTE Home Internet

LTE Home

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $50/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

Free per month

LTE Home Plus

Price with Auto Pay, without select 5G mobile plan and ACP & Verizon Forward Discount: $70/mo

With ACP & Verizon Forward discounts:

$20 /mo

Have questions?
We’ve got answers.

Overview

What is the ACP?

The ACP is a federal program that provides internet service discounts for eligible customers. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the wind-down of the ACP and the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments on February 7, 2024. Customers must be approved for ACP and enrolled with an internet service provider by 11:59 p.m. ET on February 7 to receive the ACP benefit. Households with the ACP discount will continue to receive it through the end of the program. Without additional funding from Congress, funding for the ACP is projected to run out in April 2024. For the latest information, see the FCC's website.

Existing ACP customers may receive:

  • Up to one $30/month subsidy for each eligible household
  • Up to one $75/month subsidy for each eligible household on Tribal lands

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by Congress and implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to assist eligible households to pay for internet services. The ACP provides assistance to customers needing to connect to jobs, healthcare and virtual classrooms.

The goal of this program is to ensure that internet service is affordable for everyone. However, you must use the service to keep the subsidy. If you reach 30 days without any internet usage, you may no longer be eligible to receive the subsidy.

For customers who are enrolled in the ACP program:

  • The FCC does not pay ACP funds directly to program participants.
  • Verizon will apply the ACP credit to your bill/account.
  • You must use the service monthly to maintain ACP enrollment.
  • You will receive the ACP credit until the program ends as long as you maintain a qualifying internet service and remain eligible for ACP.
  • You may transfer your ACP credit to another provider at any time. However, you may not transfer your monthly subsidy to another customer.
  • At the end of the program you will be subject to our undiscounted rates and terms and conditions if you continue to receive Verizon's service.

The ACP is funded by Congress. According to the FCC, without additional funding from Congress, the allotted $14.2 billion to fund the ACP may run out as soon as April 2024. As a result, the FCC is taking steps to wind down the ACP and will announce the program's end date. When the ACP ends, the discount will be removed from your account and you will be charged the undiscounted rate if you continue to receive the service, which will be subject to our general terms and conditions. You may transfer this ACP subsidy to another provider at any time until the end of the program.

Verizon recognizes the importance of internet connectivity and has been pleased to make the ACP subsidy available to our eligible customers.

How do I transfer my ACP benefit to Verizon?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months.

While the program remains active, you can move your ACP benefit from another provider to Verizon:

What does the Affordable Connectivity Program cover?

The Affordable Connectivity Program covers home and mobile plans with internet access, including:

Mobile

  • Current Unlimited and older Unlimited data and bundled data plans
  • Current and older usage-based data only and bundled usage-based data plans
  • Mobile Hotspot plans
  • Premium, Pro, Plus and Essential

Home

  • Fios Mix + Match Internet, any speed
  • Traditional Fios bundles
  • Verizon 5G Home Internet
  • Verizon LTE Home Internet
  • Verizon High Speed Internet
  • Fios Prepaid
Who is eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Please note: the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments after February 7, 2024. ACP eligibility requirements include:

  • Already receive a Lifeline Benefit, or
  • If your household income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines. See the "Based on Your Income" table. The Federal Guideline is based on your household size and state.

Or participate in any of these Federal Assistance programs:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps
  • Medicaid
  • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit
  • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program, including at U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Eligibility Provision schools in the 2019-20, 2020-21, or 2021-22 school year
  • Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year

Or participate in any of these Tribal Assistance programs:

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Head Start (only households meeting the income qualifying standard)
  • Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (Tribal TANF)
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
Can another member of my household also receive the benefit?

No, only one Affordable Connectivity Program subsidy is available per household.

What happens if I leave Verizon? Can my ACP be transferred to a new provider?

Yes. The ACP subsidy can be transferred to another provider at any time during the length of the program.

How long will the Affordable Connectivity Program last?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months. Be alert for notifications from Verizon or the FCC.

For more information about the status of the ACP and the wind-down process, please visit fcc.gov/acp or AffordableConnectivity.gov or call the FCC's ACP Support Center at 877-384-2575.

 

What will happen to my services when the Affordable Connectivity Program expires?

When the ACP program ends, you will either continue on your plan at the price without the ACP subsidy or you may end your services with Verizon. Be alert for notifications from Verizon.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you do not affirmatively choose to keep your Internet-related services, the FCC may require that we disconnect those services at the end of the ACP program.

What if I move?

If you move, the subsidy will fall off your account.

Who can I contact if I have a complaint?

As an ACP customer you have the right to file a complaint with the FCC at ACP Complaint Center or call 1.888.225.5322.

Get our best Unlimited mobile plans ever at a discounted price.

Step 1

To transfer your existing ACP benefit from another provider, first order a Verizon Unlimited plan or a standalone Mobile Hotspot plan.

Step 2

After activation of your new plan and before the ACP program ends, contact Verizon to transfer your ACP benefit to Verizon from your prior provider.

Verizon Wireless customers: Call 1.800.922.0204.

If the ACP program ends, you will no longer receive the ACP monthly discount of up to $30.

Have questions?
We’ve got answers.

Overview

What is the ACP?

The ACP is a federal program that provides internet service discounts for eligible customers. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the wind-down of the ACP and the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments on February 7, 2024. Customers must be approved for ACP and enrolled with an internet service provider by 11:59 p.m. ET on February 7 to receive the ACP benefit. Households with the ACP discount will continue to receive it through the end of the program. Without additional funding from Congress, funding for the ACP is projected to run out in April 2024. For the latest information, see the FCC's website.

Existing ACP customers may receive:

  • Up to one $30/month subsidy for each eligible household
  • Up to one $75/month subsidy for each eligible household on Tribal lands

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by Congress and implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to assist eligible households to pay for internet services. The ACP provides assistance to customers needing to connect to jobs, healthcare and virtual classrooms.

The goal of this program is to ensure that internet service is affordable for everyone. However, you must use the service to keep the subsidy. If you reach 30 days without any internet usage, you may no longer be eligible to receive the subsidy.

For customers who are enrolled in the ACP program:

  • The FCC does not pay ACP funds directly to program participants.
  • Verizon will apply the ACP credit to your bill/account.
  • You must use the service monthly to maintain ACP enrollment.
  • You will receive the ACP credit until the program ends as long as you maintain a qualifying internet service and remain eligible for ACP.
  • You may transfer your ACP credit to another provider at any time. However, you may not transfer your monthly subsidy to another customer.
  • At the end of the program you will be subject to our undiscounted rates and terms and conditions if you continue to receive Verizon's service.

The ACP is funded by Congress. According to the FCC, without additional funding from Congress, the allotted $14.2 billion to fund the ACP may run out as soon as April 2024. As a result, the FCC is taking steps to wind down the ACP and will announce the program's end date. When the ACP ends, the discount will be removed from your account and you will be charged the undiscounted rate if you continue to receive the service, which will be subject to our general terms and conditions. You may transfer this ACP subsidy to another provider at any time until the end of the program.

Verizon recognizes the importance of internet connectivity and has been pleased to make the ACP subsidy available to our eligible customers.

How do I transfer my ACP benefit to Verizon?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months.

While the program remains active, you can move your ACP benefit from another provider to Verizon:

What does the Affordable Connectivity Program cover?

The Affordable Connectivity Program covers home and mobile plans with internet access, including:

Mobile

  • Current Unlimited and older Unlimited data and bundled data plans
  • Current and older usage-based data only and bundled usage-based data plans
  • Mobile Hotspot plans
  • Premium, Pro, Plus and Essential

Home

  • Fios Mix + Match Internet, any speed
  • Traditional Fios bundles
  • Verizon 5G Home Internet
  • Verizon LTE Home Internet
  • Verizon High Speed Internet
  • Fios Prepaid
Who is eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Please note: the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments after February 7, 2024. ACP eligibility requirements include:

  • Already receive a Lifeline Benefit, or
  • If your household income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines. See the "Based on Your Income" table. The Federal Guideline is based on your household size and state.

Or participate in any of these Federal Assistance programs:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps
  • Medicaid
  • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit
  • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program, including at U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Eligibility Provision schools in the 2019-20, 2020-21, or 2021-22 school year
  • Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year

Or participate in any of these Tribal Assistance programs:

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Head Start (only households meeting the income qualifying standard)
  • Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (Tribal TANF)
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
Can another member of my household also receive the benefit?

No, only one Affordable Connectivity Program subsidy is available per household.

What happens if I leave Verizon? Can my ACP be transferred to a new provider?

Yes. The ACP subsidy can be transferred to another provider at any time during the length of the program.

How long will the Affordable Connectivity Program last?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months. Be alert for notifications from Verizon or the FCC.

For more information about the status of the ACP and the wind-down process, please visit fcc.gov/acp or AffordableConnectivity.gov or call the FCC's ACP Support Center at 877-384-2575.

 

What will happen to my services when the Affordable Connectivity Program expires?

When the ACP program ends, you will either continue on your plan at the price without the ACP subsidy or you may end your services with Verizon. Be alert for notifications from Verizon.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you do not affirmatively choose to keep your Internet-related services, the FCC may require that we disconnect those services at the end of the ACP program.

What if I move?

If you move, the subsidy will fall off your account.

Who can I contact if I have a complaint?

As an ACP customer you have the right to file a complaint with the FCC at ACP Complaint Center or call 1.888.225.5322.

Get Verizon Prepaid at a discounted price.

Step 1

To transfer your existing ACP benefit from another provider, first order a Verizon prepaid smartphone or data plan.

Step 2

After activation of your new plan and before the ACP program ends, contact Verizon to transfer your ACP benefit to Verizon from your prior provider.

Verizon Wireless customers: Call 1.800.922.0204 or click here.

If the ACP program ends, you will no longer receive the ACP monthly discount of up to $30.

Have questions?
We’ve got answers.

Overview

What is the ACP?

The ACP is a federal program that provides internet service discounts for eligible customers. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the wind-down of the ACP and the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments on February 7, 2024. Customers must be approved for ACP and enrolled with an internet service provider by 11:59 p.m. ET on February 7 to receive the ACP benefit. Households with the ACP discount will continue to receive it through the end of the program. Without additional funding from Congress, funding for the ACP is projected to run out in April 2024. For the latest information, see the FCC's website.

Existing ACP customers may receive:

  • Up to one $30/month subsidy for each eligible household
  • Up to one $75/month subsidy for each eligible household on Tribal lands

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by Congress and implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to assist eligible households to pay for internet services. The ACP provides assistance to customers needing to connect to jobs, healthcare and virtual classrooms.

The goal of this program is to ensure that internet service is affordable for everyone. However, you must use the service to keep the subsidy. If you reach 30 days without any internet usage, you may no longer be eligible to receive the subsidy.

For customers who are enrolled in the ACP program:

  • The FCC does not pay ACP funds directly to program participants.
  • Verizon will apply the ACP credit to your bill/account.
  • You must use the service monthly to maintain ACP enrollment.
  • You will receive the ACP credit until the program ends as long as you maintain a qualifying internet service and remain eligible for ACP.
  • You may transfer your ACP credit to another provider at any time. However, you may not transfer your monthly subsidy to another customer.
  • At the end of the program you will be subject to our undiscounted rates and terms and conditions if you continue to receive Verizon's service.

The ACP is funded by Congress. According to the FCC, without additional funding from Congress, the allotted $14.2 billion to fund the ACP may run out as soon as April 2024. As a result, the FCC is taking steps to wind down the ACP and will announce the program's end date. When the ACP ends, the discount will be removed from your account and you will be charged the undiscounted rate if you continue to receive the service, which will be subject to our general terms and conditions. You may transfer this ACP subsidy to another provider at any time until the end of the program.

Verizon recognizes the importance of internet connectivity and has been pleased to make the ACP subsidy available to our eligible customers.

How do I transfer my ACP benefit to Verizon?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months.

While the program remains active, you can move your ACP benefit from another provider to Verizon:

What does the Affordable Connectivity Program cover?

The Affordable Connectivity Program covers home and mobile plans with internet access, including:

Mobile

  • Current Unlimited and older Unlimited data and bundled data plans
  • Current and older usage-based data only and bundled usage-based data plans
  • Mobile Hotspot plans
  • Premium, Pro, Plus and Essential

Home

  • Fios Mix + Match Internet, any speed
  • Traditional Fios bundles
  • Verizon 5G Home Internet
  • Verizon LTE Home Internet
  • Verizon High Speed Internet
  • Fios Prepaid

Who is eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program?

Please note: the program will stop accepting new applications and enrollments after February 7, 2024. ACP eligibility requirements include:

  • Already receive a Lifeline Benefit, or
  • If your household income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines. See the "Based on Your Income" table. The Federal Guideline is based on your household size and state.

Or participate in any of these Federal Assistance programs:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps
  • Medicaid
  • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit
  • Free and Reduced-Price School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program, including at U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Community Eligibility Provision schools in the 2019-20, 2020-21, or 2021-22 school year
  • Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year

Or participate in any of these Tribal Assistance programs:

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Head Start (only households meeting the income qualifying standard)
  • Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (Tribal TANF)
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations

Can another member of my household also receive the benefit?

No, only one Affordable Connectivity Program subsidy is available per household.

What happens if I leave Verizon? Can my ACP be transferred to a new provider?

Yes. The ACP subsidy can be transferred to another provider at any time during the length of the program.

How long will the Affordable Connectivity Program last?

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the wind-down of the ACP. No new enrollments will be accepted after February 7, 2024, although you may transfer your ACP benefit from another provider through the end of the program. Unless Congress approves additional funding, all ACP benefits will end when the current funding runs out in the next few months. Be alert for notifications from Verizon or the FCC.

For more information about the status of the ACP and the wind-down process, please visit fcc.gov/acp or AffordableConnectivity.gov or call the FCC's ACP Support Center at 877-384-2575.

 

What will happen to my services when the Affordable Connectivity Program expires?

When the ACP program ends, you will either continue on your plan at the price without the ACP subsidy or you may end your services with Verizon. Be alert for notifications from Verizon.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you do not affirmatively choose to keep your Internet-related services, the FCC may require that we disconnect those services at the end of the ACP program.

What if I move?

If you move, the subsidy will fall off your account.

Who can I contact if I have a complaint?

As an ACP customer you have the right to file a complaint with the FCC at ACP Complaint Center or call 1.888.225.5322.