application of the ACP benefit to Access from AT&T plans.
ACCESS FROM AT&T
Stay connected with affordable internet
Access from AT&T provides low-cost internet service for eligible households.
- Free installation and in-home Wi-Fi®
- No annual contract
- No deposit
Internet service for $30/mo. or less based on the maximum speed available at your address up to 100Mbps.*
Get approved for the Affordable Connectivity Program
Check if you qualify and apply at checklifeline.org The federal government’s National Verifier determines eligibility.
Sign up for Access from AT&T
Call us at 855.220.5211 (English) or 855.220.5225 (Español) to discuss your options and order service. Have your National Verifier application ID handy.
Frequently asked questions
- What do I need to do to get Access if I already have ACP?
If you’re already ACP-qualified, call us to order Access to apply the ACP benefit. Once we confirm your ACP eligibility, we’ll complete your order.
If you have already applied your ACP benefit to your wireless service and don’t want to transfer it to Access, you will need to apply for Access through AT&T here.
- What is the Access from AT&T program and how do I know if I’m eligible?
Access from AT&T is a low-cost program for home internet access in the 21 states where we offer wireline home internet services to limited income households who participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for California residents only, National School Lunch, or with a household income below 200% of federal poverty guidelines.
All households that qualify and enroll with AT&T for ACP will also qualify for Access from AT&T.
- Can I get Access from AT&T without ACP?
Yes. Apply through AT&T here.
Access is available to households who participate in the following programs:
• Supplemental Nutritional Access Program (SNAP)
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for California residents only
• National School Lunch Program
It is also available to households with income below 200% of federal poverty guidelines. View the table below for maximum household income based on the number of people who live in your household.