Rural 4G - ACP Plans
Rural 4G is a broadband service provider that does not have its own network. The way it work is it taps into the broadcast signals of nearby 4G LTE towers. Since the wireless signals are already broadcasting, all Rural 4G has to do is use a 4G LTE Gateway to pick up the signal to offer internet service to its customers. Customers can connect devices via wi-fi or hard-wire with Ethernet.
Rural 4G Affordable Connectivity Program Plan
As a participant in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), Rural 4G offers an almost free Android tablet for $10.10 (co-pay). They don't say what type of tablet or the specs are for it, but for $10.10 and a year of free internet, it's worth it no matter the specs.
In addition to the tablet, eligible individuals/families may receive up to a $30 monthly discount to apply for internet services. If the individual/family resides on qualified Tribal lands, the discount increases to $75 per month.
Rural 4G ACP Plan Specs
In addition to the inexpensive tablet, the Rural 4G Affordable Connectivity Plan includes the following:
Home Internet Plans
In addition to the above ACP plan, Rural G4 has the four home internet/wi-fi plans listed below.
Qualifying for ACP
As a federal government program, you must meet the enrollment eligibility criteria. As such, you must satisfy one of the following:
Additional Programs for those living on qualified Tribal lands
For a complete listing of programs, please visit the USAC website.
How to Enroll in ACP
While the ACP enrollment process is straightforward, Rural 4G has different enrollment procedures based on the following conditions:
It is my recommendation that you visit the National Verifier website to apply. Once approved, then apply for service on the Rural 4G website.
National Verifier Opt-Out States
California, Oregon, and Texas residents are not subject to the National Verifier as these states have opted out of using the database. If you live in one of these states, check with your governing authority:
Things to Note:
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Last Modified: 28 March 2023
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