Too many families can't afford high-speed Internet service. Monthly Internet bills, installation fees, and computer costs add up. When high-speed Internet is available, it's not always accessible.
The Affordable Connectivity Program tackles this problem. It helps low-income families pay for Internet service. Families can get up to $30 per month, or $75 per month if they live on qualifying Tribal Lands. And they can get $100 to help pay for a desktop, laptop, or tablet computer.
Thanks to President Biden, nearly 40% of Americans can qualify for free high-speed Internet through this program.
For more information, visit GetInternet.gov.