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Spectrum Internet for Low Income Households

Get affordable Internet with Spectrum Internet Assist. Learn how your household could qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program that would give you Internet at NO COST.

  • In-home WiFi service available

  • FREE modem and Security Suite

  • Limited-time offer

  • No data caps and no contracts

How to Apply for Internet Assist

Spectrum makes it simple for qualified households to sign up for low-income Internet assistance.

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Check Qualifications

Your participation in certain programs could qualify you.


You Could Qualify for NO COST Internet

If you qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist then you could save up to $30/mo on your Internet service with the Affordable Connectivity Program. See if you qualify.


Spectrum offers two options if you are looking for low-cost Internet service: Spectrum Internet Assist and the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program. 

If you qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, gather your documentation and fill out the online application.

For a monthly credit on your home Internet, see if you qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program.

Spectrum Internet Assist is an affordable, reliable Internet option for low-income households. Review the list of eligibility criteria above and submit your application if they apply to you.

No, but you can add Spectrum Advanced WiFi to your Internet plan for just $5/mo.

Seniors, age 65+ who receive Supplemental Security Income are eligible for the Spectrum Internet Assist program and the Spectrum Affordable Connectivity Program.

Spectrum participates in the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program, which provides a discount up to $30/month on Internet service for qualifying households.

Yes. Spectrum offers the two Internet assistance programs for families with low income. For more information about how to apply for low-income Internet, click the links below.
Spectrum Internet Assist
Affordability Connectivity Program

In order to qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, a household member must be receiving one of these assistance programs:

  • 1. National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • 2. Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP
  • 3. Supplemental Security Income (for applicants age 65+ only)