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AT&T Offers Low-Cost Home Internet Service to Qualifying Households

In Blog, Featured, Financial Resources, Resources by Beth Storch

If you’re eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits you may also be eligible for low-cost internet service from AT&T. Access from AT&T provides low-cost home internet service to qualifying households. To qualify you must:

  • Participate in SNAP

    Live in a household in which at least one resident participates in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program. SNAP is a Federal program that provides assistance, or nutritional benefits, to low-income individuals and families to purchase food. FoodShare Wisconsin is Wisconsin’s version of SNAP.

  • Live within an AT&T service area

    Have an address in an AT&T service area that offers wireline home internet service.

  • Have no debt with AT&T

    Be without debt for AT&T fixed internet service within the last six months or outstanding debt under this program.

To learn if this program is available for your address and to apply, visit Access from AT&T. Please note that you must provide a copy of your SNAP Benefit card when applying. In Wisconsin this is your Wisconsin QUEST card.

Related Resources;

ACCESS Wisconsin: This online form asks information about your family, finances, and expenses and then calculates if you might be able to get help through programs like:

  • FoodShare
  • BadgerCare Plus
  • Medicaid
  • SeniorCare
  • Medicare Part D
  • Child Care
  • Wisconsin Works (W-2)
  • WIC
  • Emergency Food Assistance Program
  • Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program
  • State Life Insurance Fund

SNAP: Information about the Federal program, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).