Consent and Acknowledgement Form

What's happening?

Without additional funding from Congress, the allotted $14.2 billion to fund the ACP is projected to run
out in April 2024 (this date is an estimate and may change). As a result, the FCC has begun taking steps
to wind down the ACP, which means:

  • ACP applications and enrollments will not be processed after February 7, 2024 at 11:59 ET
  • Households who have applied, been approved, and are receiving the monthly internet discount
    before February 8, 2024 will continue to receive their ACP benefit until ACP funds run out, as
    long as the household remains enrolled in the program.
  • After the ACP funds run out (projected in April 2024), households participating in the ACP will no
    longer receive the ACP discounts.
How does wind-down impact enrolled ACP Households?
  • Households that are enrolled in ACP will continue to receive monthly discounted internet service
    through the end of the ACP.
  • During the ACP wind-down period, ACP households will receive notices from their internet 
    company about the impact of the end of the benefit on how the household's bill and service. The notices will tell households: through the end of the ACP.
  1. that the ACP is ending, 
  2.  the impact on their bill, 
  3. the date of the last bill they will receive that includes the ACP benefit, and
  4. that they may change their service or opt-out of continuing service after the end of 
    the ACP
  • ACP households may also switch their internet plans without penalty.
Purpose of this Form

The purpose of this form is to update you about changes to the Affordable Connectivity Program, inform you how this may affect your mobile or home internet bill, and provide you with options for continuing your services with IT&E. Your consent is required to make any changes to your plan once the ACP is officially discontinued. 

IT&E | ACP Wind Down Consent