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Upon confirmation of your enrollment, the ACP credit could be visible on your upcoming billing statement. Nonetheless, depending on your enrollment timing, the credit may not be reflected until your second bill following enrollment.
A household is eligible if the entire household income is at or below twice the federal poverty level (for example, $60,000/year for a family of four, $29,160/year for an individual) or if any member of the household meets at least one of the following criteria: Participates in certain government
The Program's duration is contingent on continued funding from the Federal Government, and it is anticipated to extend for several years. Customers enrolled in the program will receive notifications at least 30 days prior to its conclusion. Eligibility for an ACP credit will persist as long as customers remain qualified
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is aimed at assisting lower-income households in accessing and maintaining their internet connectivity. This initiative offers qualified customers of participating broadband providers a credit of up to $30 per month (or $75 per month for those residing in Tribal lands) to offset the costs
Once the splicing is complete, the construction portion of our fiber optic installation is over! When we no longer need to have access to the conduits underground, we will be sure to do our best to make your yard or surrounding area look just like it did before we
Splicing means fusing two fiber optic cables together to form one continuous line that can transmit an uninterrupted signal. We do this so we can branch our mainline internet to as many locations as possible and still provide the fastest internet available. Our talented splicers come through and find
After the ground and the conduit are prepped and ready to go, it’s time to roll-out the fiber! We have to fish the line long distances underground, through the conduit to the other side and connect it to a central hub that houses the cables that are then split
To keep our community safe and our surrounding areas beautiful, our entire fiber network must be laid underground. Obviously, we cannot dig a trench and bury the entire length of the miles and miles of cables that make up our network, so we must use a more complicated and