It's our priority to ensure that more people in Hawaii have access to reliable services -- that's why we offer financial assistance programs to support those in need. If you or someone you know could benefit from discounted internet or phone service, learn more about the special programs offered below and how to apply: ACP or Internet Kokua for Internet or Lifeline for Home Phone service.
Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a federal government program that will provide a discount of up to $30 per month for broadband services for eligible consumers. Consumers who live on qualifying Tribal lands (e.g. Hawaiian Homelands) can receive enhanced support of up to $75 per month toward broadband services. Click here to see if you meet the income eligibility requirements to qualify for ACP.
The Lifeline program provides discounts on your local Home Phone service if you meet certain federal and/or state qualifications. Discounts are available on Basic Service and Go Local Plus. Click here for more information on the Lifeline program.
Internet Kokua Program
The Internet Kokua program provides discounts on Internet service for those who meet certain qualifications. If your service address is copper-served, you may be eligible to receive High-Speed Internet Basic (up to 7 Mbps download) for $9.95/month, which includes the Wireless Gateway Service Fee.
If your service address is fiber-served, you may be eligible to receive High-Speed Internet Ultimate (up to 25 Mbps download) for $12.95/month, which includes the Wireless Gateway Service Fee.
Click here to learn more about the Internet Kokua program and see if you are qualified.