Affordable Internet

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Affordable Internet Connectivity at Home 

Metro Schools students may be eligible for internet services discounts at home through the Affordable Internet Connectivity Program.

Those who qualify are eligible for:

  • $30 a month discount on Internet service bills.
  • $100 off a new laptop, tablet, or desktop computer.

Program Details 

The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program that helps ensure households can afford the broadband internet service they need for school, work, healthcare and other needs.

  • Registration requires proof a student receives free and reduced lunch.
  • Visit the Nashville Public Library website for all the ways an individual can qualify.


Do You Qualify?

Visit the Metro Nashville website for information on how to qualify. The site includes income requirements and federal program assistance, such as SNAP, Medicaid and whether students receive free and reduced-price school lunch program or are enrolled in a USDA Community Eligibility Provision school.

  • Check our CEP webpage to see the list of Metro School schools listed as CEP schools.


How to Sign Up for Affordable Internet Access

Nashville residents can receive help signing up at Davidson County library branches. A reservation is required.

Visit the Nashville Public Library website for information and to make an appointment.