Point Broadband Offers Free, Discounted Internet to Qualifying Households


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Tuesday, May 17, Point Broadband announced a new tier of service for its participation in the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

Through this federal program, customers who subscribe and qualify can get up to $30 a month toward payment of their internet service. Point Broadband is now offering the ACP100 plan for $30 per month, which includes 100Mbps download and upload speeds, and is free after the government’s ACP credit is applied. Participation in the program is based on financial need, and there are several ways to qualify for the ACP’s benefits.



There are several ways to qualify for the program:

1. Your income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines;

2. You already qualify for and participate in programs like Medicaid, Federal Public Housing Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, commonly called Food Stamps), Federal Public Housing Assistance, SSI, WIC or Lifeline;

3. You already receive benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program or the school breakfast program;

4. You received a Federal Pell Grant (for higher education) during the current award year.

How to Enroll in the ACP

If you qualify, enrollment is simple. Once completed, your discount will be automatically applied to your monthly broadband internet service bill.

New and existing customers can visit www.point-broadband.com/acp and follow the steps to complete and submit an application or call 844-407-6468 for more information.

About Point Broadband

Point Broadband has a history of providing innovative communication solutions to its customers. We are focused on delivering superior, fiber-based internet with best-in-class customer service, in addition to being actively engaged in the communities we serve. Point Broadband currently operates in 10 states and is continuing its vision of improving lives through fiber technology with the expansion of its networks in rural and small-town USA.

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