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And the ACP Program

The FCC's goal with the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is to help low-income households access affordable broadband internet services. The program aims to address the affordability barrier that prevents some individuals and families from obtaining reliable internet connectivity. The FCC recognizes the importance of internet access for education, employment, healthcare, and other essential services, and the ACP seeks to bridge the digital divide by making broadband more affordable for eligible households. Through the ACP, the FCC provides financial support to eligible households, enabling them to afford internet service and promoting digital inclusion for all.

However, the US government does not directly purchase and store tablets for distribution to qualified applicants. Instead, it has partnered with reputable companies that carry or manufacture tablets to ensure a steady supply. These companies have authorized agents who reach out to the public and assist them in applying for the program. This approach ensures that the public receives personalized service from professionals who have been trained to guide them through the application process.

4UACP.COM is a trusted authorized agent offering comprehensive assistance to applicants of the ACP program across all 50 states. Our committed team is dedicated to providing unwavering support and guidance through every step of the application process. We are here to assist you in any way possible and ensure a smooth and successful experience.

  • Will I be able to use the service and the device if I have a disability?
    The services and devices will be accessible to and usable by people with disabilities. If you have any concerns about whether your internet service and equipment is accessible, contact the FCC's Disability Rights office at 202-418-2517 for a voice phone call, at 844-432-2275 by videophone, or by email at
  • Do I receive the funds directly each month?
    No, the funds are not received directly each month. The specifics of how funds are distributed may vary depending on the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and its policies. The participating broadband service provider will receive the funds directly. You will never receive a bill.
  • Everyone at my child's school receives breakfast and lunch at no cost. Do we qualify?
    A household may enroll in the Affordable Connectivity Program if its school participates in the Community Eligibility Provision or the household separately applied for and has been approved for benefits in the free and reduced price school lunch program or school breakfast program. If a school is offering lunch or breakfast free to all students regardless of income based on a program other than the Community Eligibility Provision - such as through COVID-19 waivers extending the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) or Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) - then the household would not be eligible through the free and reduced price school lunch program or school breakfast program by virtue of an extension of the SSO or SFSP.
  • How do I get started with my application for the Affordable Connectivity Program ACP?
    To apply, please follow these steps: 1. Access our menu and locate the "Apply" option. Click on "Apply" to proceed. 2. Fill out the required information, including your name, email address, and phone number. 3. Once you have submitted your information, our team will guide you through the next steps. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to assisting you in the application process.
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