Some 10 million rural African Americans lack broadband internet, primarily in the South. They cannot use such essential services as online doctor visits, church services, school assignments, family connections, and voter registration. Thankfully, the Federal Communications Commission launched the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), providing nearly 18 million low-income households nationwide with resources to pay for necessary broadband service. The ACP offers eligible families a $30 monthly discount on high-speed internet services, making access free for many participants.
To Apply Call 1 (877) 384-2575 or Visit www.GetInternet.gov/apply
Visit: https://www.skinnerleaders.org/getconnectedto download the “Get Connected Toolkit.”