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for the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

National School Lunch Program
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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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