Affordable Connectivity Program: Cable & Internet in Ohio

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Helping people stay connected.

As part of our ongoing commitment to keep our community connected, NKTelco is proud to participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). The ACP is a federal program that provides a temporary discount of up to $30 per month (up to $75 per month for Tribal households) on broadband Internet bills to qualified households. The goal is to help households stay connected to Internet service for school, work, telemedicine appointments, and more.

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Who is eligible for the ACP benefit?

Families are eligible for the ACP mostly based on income level. Any household making less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level—$55,500 for a family of four in the continental U.S.—is eligible. Households can also qualify if they participate in certain government programs like SNAP, Medicaid, WIC, Free & Reduced-Price School Lunch Programs, etc. and/or if anyone in your household is already receiving a Lifeline benefit. The White House says that 40% of the U.S. population, about 48 million households, will be eligible to sign up for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).

Apply to Receive Benefits on your NKTelco Account

Step 1: Check Eligibility

You must confirm if your household fits into any eligible categories.

Step 2: Apply for ACP

If your household qualifies, you must apply for the credit through the national program verifier.

Important: When completing the National Verifier form, use the same information as for the primary holder of your NKTelco account. Once the form is complete, you will receive a confirmation of your eligibility for the benefit from the National Verifier. 

Step 3: Contact NKTelco

Once you are approved to participate in the program, call NKTelco at 419-753-5000 with your Application Enrollment ID and we can enroll you into the program through NKTelco.  

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