Apply for the Affordable Connectivity Program
Cricket is excited to bring you the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), a federal program that helps lower the cost of service for qualifying households. ACP provides a benefit of up to $30/mo., or up to $75/mo. on eligible Tribal lands, on your Cricket service. See below for details on eligibility and how to enroll.
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The federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), administered by the FCC, helps eligible households pay for wireless service with a monthly benefit of up to $30 (or up to $75 on eligible Tribal areas). You may qualify based on your household income or if at least one member of your household participates in a qualifying federal assistance program. To see if you qualify for ACP, go to the federal government’s National Verifier site at acpbenefit.org. Once qualified, go to cricketwireless.com/acp to get the ACP benefit added to your Cricket service. The ACP benefit is non-transferable and is limited to one benefit per household. ACP eligible households are subject to Cricket’s otherwise applicable general terms and conditions. If the Affordable Connectivity Program ends or you are no longer eligible to participate, standard rates will apply. Cricket reserves the right to remove the monthly discount at any time. If your monthly service charge is $0 after the discount, you must use your service each calendar month, or the discount will be removed. Eligible Consumers: To establish eligibility, you must enter your eligibility information into the National Verifier at affordableconnectivity.gov, then visit a Cricket Wireless store or cricketwireless.com/ACP to complete your enrollment. You must show, with documentation as needed, that your household income is at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Guidelines for a household of that size; or that at least one member of the household participates in a qualifying federal assistance program (Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Supplemental Security Income, Federal Public Housing Assistance, WIC, or Veterans and Survivors Pension Benefit); or receives benefits under a certain Federal free and reduced price lunch program or school breakfast program; or received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year; or, if on eligible Tribal Lands, participates in certain eligible Tribal-specific federal assistance programs. See the National Verifier for details.