Consumer Information

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

The ASP Program provides a discount of up to $30 per month for broadband services for eligible consumers. Consumers who live on qualifying Tribal lands can receive enhanced support of up to $75 per month toward broadband services.

Additionally, the program provides a one-time device discount of up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet purchased through a participating provider. The one-time discount requires a consumer co-payment of more than $10 and less than $50. 

Click here to apply and for more information.  


Lifeline is a federal program dedicated to making phone and internet service more affordable for low-income households. This benefit provides eligible consumers with a monthly discount of up to $9.25. Consumers living on Tribal lands are eligible for an enhanced discount of up to $34.25 per month.

Click here to apply and for more information. 

FCC Broadband Map Data Collection

High-speed, high-quality internet service is essential for participation in modern life. The FCC has a new map showing where internet service is – and is not – available across the country, down to the location level.

As part of the FCC’s Broadband Data Collection, internet service providers report where they make internet services available. The FCC reviews the data and then publishes it on the National Broadband Map. You can easily dispute, or challenge, information shown on the map that you believe is inaccurate. An accurate map will help identify the unserved and underserved communities most in need of funding for high-speed internet infrastructure investments.

Click here for more information on improving the map and challenging internet availability at a location.