You may qualify for
FREE 300 Mbps Internet

Enjoy FREE high-speed Internet with the Affordable Connectivity Program

Suddenlink is proud to participate in this Federal Government program, which offers a subsidy of up to $30 per month to help qualifying households pay for Internet service. This program is available to new and current Suddenlink customers and can be applied to any Suddenlink Internet plan.


Only eligible households may enroll. Benefit is up to $30 per month.


Steps to get FREE Internet

Step 1

Get verified  


Verify eligibility and make sure the person who gets verified is the Suddenlink account owner.

Step 2



Already a customer and verified? Move on to Step 3.

Step 3



Once approved, your credit will appear within two billing cycles.


300 Mbps Internet
$39.99/mo. FREE

With the Affordable Connectivity
Program, Auto Pay & Paperless Bill


Not available in all areas. Wired connection. WiFi speeds
may vary. HBO Max: After 3 mos., only $14.99/mo.
Visa Card: Terms apply.

  • No taxes, no fees, no annual contract
  • $50 Visa® Prepaid Card included
  • HBO Max™ included for 3 mos.
  • WiFi 6 Gateway and extender included
  • Free installation with online orders

Current Suddenlink Internet customers call 877.838.2403
and ask for the ACP FREE OFFER

Do I qualify?

Eligible households can qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) if someone in your household meets one of the following criteria, which are based on U.S. Government rules:
  • Receives SNAP/food stamps, Medicaid or eligible to participate in another one of the FCC’s Lifeline qualifying programs
  • Receives Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) benefit
  • Receives free or reduced-price school lunch or breakfast through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • Enrolled in a school that offers free school breakfast and lunch to all students through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
  • Federal Pell Grant recipient in the current award year
  • Gross annual household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
Each household can only receive one affordable connectivity benefit. The benefit is portable from one participating provider to another, but cannot be transferred to another individual or household even if they qualify. Qualifying households will be subject to Suddenlink’s undiscounted rates and general terms and conditions if they disqualify, de-enroll, transfer their benefit to another provider without cancelling service, or if the program ends. For more information, visit

FAQs about the Program

  • What is the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)?
  • I’m switching to Suddenlink. Does Suddenlink offer plans that are fully covered by the Affordable Connectivity Program?
  • I’m a current Suddenlink Internet customer. Are there any special offers for ACP eligible customers?
  • How do I apply for the ACP?