Broadband Access & Affordability

Lifeline Program 

The Lifeline program provides low-income Wisconsin residents affordable access to essential telecommunications by discounting the cost of phone, cell and internet services. This depends on which type of service(s) you have, but your discount could range from $7.25 – $18.50 per month.

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***Some of the vendor discount programs may be cheaper or have better services than the FCC Lifeline program.

You can check your Lifeline eligibility online using the National Verifier at
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Here is how some providers are increasing access in your area:

New ‘Access from AT&T’ Plan + New Federal Benefit = Free Internet

New low-cost broadband plans with speeds up to 100 Mbps and no data caps

AT&T* is driving down the cost of home internet for eligible households to the best monthly rate possible – $0. Available starting today, this free option is made possible by combining a new plan from our low-cost Access from AT&T program with federal benefits from the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). DETAILS HERE

See if you qualify at this site: