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The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a government program that reduces the customer's broadband Internet access service bill.
If you are currently enrolled in the FCC’s Lifeline program, you are eligible to participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program and do not have to submit a separate application to determine your eligibility for the ACP. The ACP is separate from the FCC’s Lifeline Program. If your household qualifies for both programs, you can apply for and receive both benefits. You may continue your existing Lifeline service without enrolling in the ACP.
Your household cannot receive the ACP benefit from more than one service provider. You are only allowed one ACP benefit per household, not per person. If more than one person in your household participates in the ACP, you are breaking the Federal Communication Commission’s rules and will lose your benefit.
You may choose to receive your ACP benefits from any broadband Internet access service provider participating in the ACP, and you may transfer your ACP benefits to another service provider at any time.
You may choose to apply your ACP benefit to any internet service offering that is currently available at your address at the same terms available to households that are not eligible for the ACP.
If you no longer qualify for the ACP benefit (such as your income exceeds the income level or you no longer participate in a qualifying benefits program), you must notify Zirrus or the ACP administrator within 30 days.
You will be subject to the Zirrus undiscounted rate, terms and conditions if the Affordable Connectivity Program ends, if you transfer your ACP benefit to another service provider but continue to receive service from Zirrus, or if you are de-enrolled from the ACP.
Zirrus may disconnect your ACP-supported service after 90 consecutive days of non-payment. This 90-day begins the first day the bill for your ACP-supported service becomes delinquent and subject to late fees.
You may file a complaint against Zirrus via the Federal Communication Commission’s Complaint Center.
I am a Zirrus customer and wish to be enrolled in the Federal Communications Affordable Connectivity Program. I agree that Zirrus can transmit my information to National Lifeline Accountability Database (NLAD).