LHTC Broadband offers a program to help our low-income residential customers keep their communication service. This Federal program is called Lifeline 135 Service. If you are a low income residential customer you may qualify.

Lifeline 135 gives a monthly credit off your service. Customers have a choice on where to apply this credit. The credit may be applied to Voice Only Service or Internet Service, which may be part of a bundle. Discount is valid with only one provider.

How to Qualify for Lifeline 135 Service:

Lifeline 135 Service:

You can get Lifeline 135 if: No one claims you as a dependent on their Federal Income Tax Return, unless you are 60 or older and you are in one of these programs:
  1. General Assistance (GA)
  2. Supplemental Security income (SSI)
  3. Temporary Assistance for needy Families (TANF)
  4. Food Stamps
  5. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
  6. Medicaid
  7. National School Free Lunch Program
  8. Federal Public Housing Assistance
  9. Your yearly household income is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines

How to apply for these programs:

You can apply for Lifeline 135 by calling your local LHTC Broadband Business Office.