Verizon is discounting to their Fios Forward plans, making the entry 300Mbps plan FREE for eligible low income customers. If you were previously eligible for the Emergency Broadband Benefit, you should be rolled in to the federal Affordable Connectivity Program which offers offers a $30 credit each month. Verizon’s Fios 300 Mbps plan is normally $39.99 but customers get an automatic $10 discount for auto pay and with the ACP subsidy, it FREE. Currently, Verizon is also offer new customers 6-Months of Disney Plus for FREE (then $13.99/mo after). Fios customers are also eligible to save $10/mo on Verizon’s Unlimited Wireless plans. If you need faster speeds, Verizon offers eligible customers their 500 Mbps connection for $24.99/month (regularly $64.99/month) and a Gigabit connection for $49.99/month (regularly $89.99/month). New Gigabit connection also get 12-Months of Disney Plus for FREE (then $13.99/mo after), Verizon router rental included (regularly $20/month), 2TB Verizon Cloud storage (regularly $14.99/month) and $20 off /mo on Verizon’s Unlimited Wireless plans.
The Affordable Connectivity Program is FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service. Qualifying U.S. residents can take advantage of the government program which gives a $30 monthly subsidy on your internet broadband cost (up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands). The subsidy are directly paid to your service provider. A household is eligible for the Affordable Connectivity Program if the household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or if a member of the household meets at least one of the criteria listed here.