Affordable Connectivity Program / Connect Arizona

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What is the Affordable Connectivity Program?

The FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program has replaced the Emergency Broadband Benefit. This $14 billion investment in broadband affordability will help people get the internet connections they need for work, school, health care and much more. 

The Affordable Connectivity Program provides eligible households with a discount on broadband service and connected devices. This program provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward the internet for eligible households and up to $75 per month for homes on qualifying Tribal lands. Find out if you're eligible for the program and how to apply at AffordableConnectivity.gov.


Need more help? Try Connect Arizona!

Connect Arizona is a digital inclusion initiative led by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. The Connect Arizona web page provides additonal resources to help community members throughout Arizona access internet services and learn about digital equity.    

Connect Arizona’s Digital Navigators are a team of library staff from around the state who provide one-on-one phone assistance to help Arizona communities get online. We serve as a free tech support hotline for digital learning and information on accessing low-cost internet and computer offers.

Connect Arizona Map of Free AZ Wi-Fi Spots: The locations on this map represent free public wi-fi hotspots at public libraries, schools, businesses, and other sites. Some sites may offer indoor public access during business hours, others provide access in the parking lot only. Each hotspot will have its own security protocol. Some networks may have Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) safe security installed. 

Connect Arizona - Learn about Digital Equity


More Info! Pima County Public Libraries

Our Pima County Public Libraries are a great resource for our community and are working hard with community partners to achieve digital equity and inclusion in our region.  Below are links to their web resource pages.