Lifeline Program

Internet or Phone

The Lifeline Program is a federal benefit that helps families in need obtain phone or internet connectivity services. This benefit lowers monthly costs for eligible customers up to $9.25.

Your household can qualify for Lifeline if:

  • you use SNAP, Medicaid or other qualifying Federal or Tribal programs
  • your income is 135% or less than the federal poverty guidelines
  • You may also qualify through a child or dependent.

This benefit can be used for phone, internet or bundled service. However, a household can only receive one Lifeline benefit. If someone at your address already receives the Lifeline benefit, please review the What is a Household page.

For more information and to apply:


Affordable Connectivity Program

Internet

THE FCC IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAM
*If you are currently receiving this benefit from another provider, it can be transferred to Wabash.

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a U.S. government program run by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program to help low-income households pay for internet service. This benefit lowers monthly costs for eligible customers up to $30.00.

Your household can qualify for ACP if:

  • you use SNAP, Medicaid, SSI, WIC, Pell Grant, Free or Reduced-Price Lunch or other qualifying programs
  • your income is 200% or less than the federal poverty guidelines
  • You may also qualify through a child or dependent.

This benefit can be used for internet service. However, a household can only receive one ACP benefit. If someone at your address already receives the ACP benefit, please review the What is a Household page.

For more information and to apply: