Affordable Connectivity

Bridging the Digital Divide one home at a time.

With the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), eligible customers can get 100 Mbps internet service for free or 1 Gig for just $19.95/month.

Two females sharing a laptop using Vallejo's Internet Provider

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a new federal program that offers income-qualified Vallejo residents the chance to connect to high-speed internet.

Eligible participants may receive discounts of up to $30 per month on their home internet service, allowing a FREE 100-megabit connection or 1 Gig service for $19.95/month.

Properties (MDUs) covered:

  • Blue Oak Landing – 2118 Sacramento St
  • Project Homestead – 2441 Broadway

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Affordable Connectivity Program?

The Affordable Connectivity Program is an initiative aimed at providing low-cost internet access to households with limited financial means. In other words, with the internet becoming increasingly important in our daily lives, access to this service is essential for education, job hunting, healthcare, and other basic needs. The program offers affordable and reliable internet services, as well as discounted devices to households that qualify. All things considered, this program is especially important for families with children who need internet access for remote learning or individuals who are seeking employment or need to access healthcare services. As a result, by increasing access to affordable connectivity, the program seeks to bridge the digital divide and ensure that everyone has equal opportunities to thrive in our increasingly digital world.

The Affordable Connectivity Program works by partnering with internet service providers and offering discounted rates for households that meet certain income requirements.

You must meet these two requirements:

(1) The service address must be in a fiber-enabled area
(2) You must be in one of the following:

  • CAReS
  • Free or reduced school lunch program
  • Medicaid-MSP or SLMB (Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary)
  • CARE (California Affordable Residential Energy Program)
  • California Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)
  • WIC SNAP Pell Grant (California Tax, Rent, Heat Rebate Program)
  • Pell Grant
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Vallejo Housing Authority resident

 

Properties (MDUs) covered:
Blue Oak Landing -2118 Sacramento St
Project Homestead- 2441 Broadway

Once you have the two items, you can submit a request to enroll into the ACP program by clicking the apply now button.

Your application will be sent to a SyberFiber representative to review your documents and reach out with any questions.

If you have questions or would like to talk to a SyberFiber representative before applying, please call (877) 792-3734 or (877)SYBERFIBER

How is it funded?

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a new long-term program created by Congress to provide income-qualified Vallejo residents the chance to connect to high speed internet! Nationally, the new ACP will maintain the existing discounts of up to $30/month for eligible customers. As a matter of fact, VIP & SyberFiber will subsidize another $10/month for these customers. Therefore, this will allow residents access to 100 megabit internet for free or 1 gigabit for $19.95/month.

Henceforth, the funding for the Affordable Connectivity Program is essential for ensuring that low-income households have access to affordable internet services and can participate fully in our increasingly digital society.

You are eligible if you meet these two requirements:

(1) The service address must be in a fiber-enabled area
(2) You must be in one of the following:
  • CAReS
  • Free or reduced school lunch program
  • Medicaid-MSP or SLMB (Specified Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary)
  • CARE (California Affordable Residential Energy Program)
  • California Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP)
  • WIC SNAP Pell Grant (California Tax, Rent, Heat Rebate Program)
  • Pell Grant
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Vallejo Housing Authority resident
 
(3) Required documents
You’ll need a letter of enrollment or acceptance in one of the programs listed in step two. The letter MUST include the participant’s name, service address, program name, and acceptance date. A picture of a Medical or EBT card is not acceptable as it does not prove current enrollment. Proof of enrollment must be provided annually.
You will also be asked to provide an acceptable form of ID, including: 
  • US Driver’s License
  • Other Government-issued IDs, such as a state ID
  • US Military ID
  • Foreign ID, such as a Matricula Consular
  • Passport
  • Individual Taxpayer Identification Number Document