U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-GA, is pushing Federal Communications Commission (FCC) nominees on how the commission can best ensure all qualified Georgians have access to broadband internet through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). According to Warnock, ACP has helped over 600,000 Georgians afford internet access, while more than three million low-income households in the state are eligible for the program.
Those who meet the ACP’s criteria are eligible to receive monthly discounts on internet services and discounts on laptops, tablets, and desktop computers.
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