The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible low-income households with a credit up to $30 per month toward the cost of their Internet and/or mobile services. Eligible residents can visit one of 30+ Xfinity Store locations across Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey for assistance enrolling in the ACP and applying their credit to any tier of Xfinity Internet service including Internet Essentials, which provides home Internet service at no cost when combined with the ACP.
Comcast also recently introduced two additional ways for customers to benefit from the ACP:
Internet Essentials Plus: A new tier of service that offers twice the download speed of traditional Internet Essentials for $29.95/month. Customers who subscribe to Internet Essentials Plus and enroll in the ACP will effectively get broadband for free after the $30/month government discount is applied.
Xfinity Mobile: Comcast’s top-rated mobile service, which includes 5G, is also available to customers enrolled in the ACP. Internet Essentials customers can use their $30/month ACP discount to pay for both Xfinity Internet and Xfinity Mobile service. For example, an Internet Essentials customer (paying $9.95/month) can add one line of Unlimited on Xfinity Mobile ($45/month) for $24.95/month after applying the ACP discount.