Get free or reduced-cost home Internet! Make an appointment at any library location for one-on-one help signing up.
What is the Affordable Connectivity Program?
This is a federal program that helps low income families with the cost of home Internet.
If you qualify, you get:
- $30 a month discount on Internet service bills.
- $100 off a new laptop, tablet, or desktop computer.
Learn about the Affordable Connectivity Program
Learn all about the ACP program with 5 short videos. You'll learn about the program, what you need in order to apply, and how to use the ACP benefit.
Do I qualify?
You automatically qualify for free or discounted Internet if you receive:
- Federal Public Housing Assistance
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Veterans Pension or Survivor Benefit
- Pell Grant
Proof of Household Income (200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines):
- Prior year’s state, federal, or Tribal tax return
- Current income statement from your employer or a paycheck stub
- A Social Security statement of benefits
- Veterans Administration statement of benefits
- Unemployment or Worker’s Compensation statement of benefits
- Divorce decree, child support award, or a similar official document showing your income
- A retirement/pension statement of benefits
- Valid government, military, State or Tribal ID
- Birth Certificate
- U.S. Driver’s license
- Certificate of U.S. Citizenship or Naturalization
- Permanent Resident Card or Green Card
- Government assistance program document
- Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) document (does not need to include date of birth)
- Driver’s license or other valid government, state, or Tribal ID
- Utility bill
- Mortgage or lease statement
- Most recent W-2 or tax return
Proof of Emancipated Minor:
- Court document
- Certificate of emancipation
Nashville Public Library Affordable Connectivity Outreach Program
Funding was provided by the FCC Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau