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Affordable Connectivity Program

Save Up To $30 Per Month On Your Internet Bill

Everyone deserves reliable ultra-fast Internet. We’re keeping people connected by participating in the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). 

ACP is a long-term, $14 billion program, created to assist households in affording the broadband they need. The benefit will provide qualifying households with a discount of up to $30 per month toward Internet service and a one-time $100 credit towards a tablet.

Learn about more ACP benefits and how to apply below.

  • I understand the following:

    • This is a U.S. government program that reduces my internet bill.
    • Should the program end or I leave the program otherwise, I will have the option to continue to receive services subject to Buckeye Broadband’s regular rates, terms, and conditions.
    • This program is limited to one per household. A household is defined as anyone living at the same address who shares income and household expenses.
    • The program credit I receive cannot be used by any other individual or household.
    • I may choose to participate in the program from any participating provider.
    • I may transfer the benefit to another participating provider at any time during this program.
    • I allow Buckeye Broadband to transmit my information to the National Lifeline Accountability Database to enroll into the program.
    • At the conclusion of the program, the last month’s discount may be reduced based on availability of funds, as determined by the FCC.
    • If subscriber goes into non-payment, Buckeye may downgrade you upon a reasonable notice and may disconnect you after 90 days of non-pay
    • ACP complaints may be submitted either to Buckeye Broadband at 419-724-9800 or the FCC's consumer complaint center at or by calling 877-384-2575.

ACP Frequently Asked Questions