ACP Enrollment and Claims Tracker
Scroll down to see ACP enrollment data, or click on the links below to jump directly to a specific table:
- Total Enrolled Households – Weekly
- Enrollment by State
- Enrollment and Claims by Zip Code and County
- Additional ACP Data
Note: On December 31, 2021 the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) replaced the Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) Program. The EBB Program ended on December 31, 2021 with 9,048,536 households enrolled. For more information on EBBP enrollments, please visit USAC’s EBBP Enrollments and Claims Tracker.
Total Enrolled Households – Weekly
|December 31 (partial week)||9,048,536||8,909,227||139,309|
Enrollment by State
|District of Columbia||41,271|
|Northern Mariana Islands||2,982|
This tracker will be updated on a weekly and monthly basis. Newly enrolled households and state enrollment data will be updated weekly, zip code data will be updated monthly, and county data will be updated quarterly. Support claimed will be updated on a monthly basis.
The tracker was last updated on May 23, 2022.
Enrollment and Claims by Zip Code and County
The following files include EBB and ACP households and claims by zip code and county. USAC will continue to update the data on a monthly basis.
Providers begin certifying claims on the 1st of the month for the prior data month (i.e. for example, on May 1 providers can begin to certify claims for the April 2022 data month). To be reimbursed within the current month, providers must certify the claims by the 15th of that month. Currently, these files reflect claims submitted through the March 2022 data month. Claims for the April 2022 data month are still in progress.
ACP providers have up to six months to submit original claims or upward revisions of previous claims (starting with the March 2022 data month). The claims information in these files is as of May 2, 2022. Therefore, any new or revised claims for the March 2022 data month certified on or before May 2 are reflected. Each month, we will update the data to reflect claims certified during the six month window.
Links to the Data
- EBB Households and Claims by Zip Code (May 2021 – December 2021)
- EBB Households and Claims by County (May 2021 – December 2021)
- ACP Households and Claims by Zip Code (January – March 2022)
- ACP Households and Claims by County (January – March 2022)
All files include verification method, which refers to the process used to verify consumer eligibility for the EBB/ACP. The methods are defined as follows:
- Lifeline: Lifeline subscribers are eligible to participate in ACP. If a Lifeline subscriber wants to enroll in ACP, USAC systems verify their Lifeline status before completing the ACP enrollment.
- National Verifier Application: Consumers can apply to participate in ACP via National Verifier.
- Alternative Verification Process (AVP): Providers have the option to obtain FCC approval for an AVP that they can use in addition to, or instead of, the National Verifier. Providers with approved AVPs may verify eligibility directly.
- Verified by School: Providers may rely on schools to verify eligibility under the free and reduced price school lunch or breakfast program.
For more information on the households and claims data fields, refer to the Data Dictionary.
Zip Code Data
This Zip excel file allows users to view the total enrolled households by zip code as of May 1, 2022.
The Zip Code files allow users to view the total enrolled households by zip code and data month with a breakout by verification method. The columns that represent new enrollments for each category reflect the change in subscribers from the prior month, which include all newly enrolled subscribers net of subscribers who may have been de-enrolled. The file also includes claims by zip code and data month with breakout between monthly broadband service and connected devices. A small number of claims may occur via manual processes outside of the system due to FCC-issued waivers or other ad-hoc processes. Those claims are not reflected in this table.
ZIP code-level data is redacted in some cases to protect the identity of ACP subscribers. USAC redacts any ZIP codes meeting the criteria developed by the FCC to protect subscriber privacy and to reduce the risk of identification of enrolled households. ZIP codes are excluded if their estimated population is below 50, if a population estimate for the ZIP code is not available in the American Community Survey, if there are fewer than 1,000 enrolled households in a ZIP code and those households comprise most of a ZIP code’s estimated population, or if the number of households in a ZIP code equals or exceeds the population estimate range for that ZIP code. Enrollments in redacted ZIP codes are consolidated and labeled as 00000 in the file.
This County excel file allows users to view the total enrolled households by county as of May 1, 2022.
The County files allow users to view the total enrolled households by county and data month with a breakout by verification method. The columns that represent new enrollments for each category reflect the change in subscribers from the prior month, which include all newly enrolled subscribers net of subscribers who may have been de-enrolled. The file also includes claims by county and data month with breakout between monthly broadband service and connected devices. A small number of claims may occur via manual processes outside of the system due to FCC-issued waivers or other ad-hoc processes. Those claims are not reflected in this table.
Note: Federal Information Processing System (FIPS) codes are numbers that uniquely identify geographic areas. The number of digits in FIPS codes vary depending on the level of geography. State-level FIPS codes have two digits; county-level FIPS codes have five digits–of which the first two are the FIPS code of the state to which the county belongs.