What is the Affordable Connectivity Program?
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a $14.2 billion government program that extends and modifies the
Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBB), and continues its aim to help low-income households connect and
stay connected to the Internet with a monthly credit. Comcast has been participating in the EBB program since
its inception in May 2021, and is proud to continue participating through ACP. All tiers of Xfinity Internet service,
including Internet Essentials, will continue to be available to those who qualify for the benefit.
If a customer is already an Internet Essentials customer, they qualify for ACP and simply need to enroll. Other qualifying criteria include a household members qualification for the Lifeline Program (such as Medicaid or SNAP), free and reduced-price school lunch program, or income level. Internet customers can visit Xfinity.com/acp to learn more about ACP and apply.