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Emergency Broadband Benefit Now Available
HTC is excited to announce the enrollment period for the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program is now open.
The EBB Program is a temporary federal program designed to help households struggling to pay for internet service during the coronavirus pandemic. HTC members and prospective members who are eligible for the program can now sign-up to receive a temporary internet credit of up to a $50 on their monthly statement.
HTC members and prospective members can review FCC eligibility requirements and begin the enrollment process at www.htcinc.net/broadbandbenefit. It’s important to note, HTC does not determine a household’s eligibility. The member will receive approval for the program from the USAC’s National Verifier and the member will provide HTC with an enrollment code for verification.
The program will be available until funding runs out or until six months after the federal coronavirus “Emergency Period” as defined by congress, whichever comes first.
HTC is excited to be part of this opportunity and we look forward to serving you.
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