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Internet is a utility and our mission has always been to provide affordable internet to Boston. We are a proud participant of the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to help bridge the digital divide.

What is the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)?

The ACP is a long-term replacement for the Emergency Broadband Benefits. Funded by the federal government, qualified households can receive a monthly credit of up to $30/month towards internet services.

Who is eligible for the ACP discount?

To qualify, a member of your household must meet certain criteria. Qualifying criteria include a household member's qualification for the Lifeline program (such as Medicaid and SNAP), free and reduced-price school lunch program, or your household income.

What will my plan look like with the ACP discount?


How to join


Apply for the ACP

Verify your eligibility on the ACP website.


Sign up for service

Choose a Netblazr plan and get the service installed.


Apply the discount

Email your Lifeline Application ID to our team.

Top Questions

You will be eligible for an ACP credit for so long as you continue to qualify for the Program. The federal government may periodically seek to confirm continued eligibility. The Program will last for as long as the Federal Government provides funding which is expected to last several years. Enrolled customers will be notified at least 30 days before the Program ends.

Yes, you can change your Internet services to any eligible tier and still retain the ACP credit up to $30/month ($75/month in Tribal lands).

Enroll in the ACP program and email [email protected] your Application ID and Date of Birth.

The benefit is limited to one per household and can only be applied to one provider at a time. You may choose to transfer your ACP benefit to another participating provider; however, you may only transfer once per service month with limited exceptions. You can obtain broadband service subsidized by ACP from any participating provider of your choice.

Have more questions? Check out the ACP FAQ: