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for the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

National School Lunch Program

The American Assistance
Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

On December 27th 2020, the President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.  This spending bill contains $900 Billion specifically for Corona Virus stimulus relief.   Please click here to review important Terms and Conditions about this new program. From that spending bill, Congress has specifically carved out $3.2 Billion to provide Emergency Broadband relief to qualifying eligible households. Questions? See our FAQ page.

How Do I Qualify?

Any student in your School District that participates in the Free and Reduced Price Lunch Program under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act qualifies for the benefit.

What a "Qualifying Household" Will Receive

Each Qualifying Household is eligible to receive the following benefits:

  • A free Computer Tablet – Tablet will be the standard 8” screen size. There will be a small shipping and handling fee for $14.95. This Tablet will support any cloud based educational applications – Google Classroom etc.

  • Free Internet access – Internet access will be provided free of charge and will be mobile service, so homework and remote learning can be completed anywhere or on the go.

  • Free Parental Control App that is available for download.

  • Free Customer Support

  • No Monthly invoices, No Credit checks

Who is American Assistance?

American Assistance is the Government Subsidized Services division of American Broadband & Telecommunications. The company was founded in 2003, operates in 21 States and Puerto Rico and has enrolled and serviced over 2 million customers into various Government supported telecommunications programs.  

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