The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) was created by Congress and is managed by the FCC. Designed to make the internet more affordable, the ACP provides up to $30 per month toward a household’s internet bill, or up to $75 per month for Tribal households. In addition to the ACP monthly discount of up to $30 provided by the FCC, Brightspeed will also provide an additional monthly discount of up to $30 for ACP qualified customers to create a maximum total savings of up to $60 per month on qualifying plans. If the monthly statement for an ACP qualified customer is less than $60, the total discount will not exceed the statement amount. The additional Brightspeed discount can not be combined with $75 Tribal household discount. The FCC and Brightspeed ACP discounts are available to customers on a monthly basis so long as they continue to meet the ACP program eligibility requirements. The FCC and Brightspeed ACP discounts will end 1) with termination of subscription to eligible services or 2) when a household is no longer eligible for the ACP program. Customers no longer eligible for the ACP program will be subject to the Brightspeed’s regular rates, terms, and conditions.