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Total Wireless is owned by Verizon Wireless and both networks offer Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) discounted services for eligible customers. So what's the difference between Total Wireless ACP and Verizon ACP service? Let's check it out here.
Total Wireless ACP Program:
Many peoples have asked for ACP discount services on Verizon Wireless as the largest telecom network in America has planned to provide internet service discounts on their leading network and discounted phone benefits on its subsidiary, Total Wireless.
ACP Program on Total Wireless:
So, Verizon made their plans clear but many people aren't aware of this move by the company.
|Plan Name||Total Free Phone|
|High Speed Data||1 GB|
|4G LTE, 3G||Yes|
|Network used||Verizon Wireless|
|ACP Internet Service||No|
For anyone who is eligible for the ACP benefits, can be a part of this program by applying or moving to Total by Verizon Wireless for claiming these benefits. Once approved, you will get a $30 monthly discount on your phone services. If you are on a higher plan, it will be added as a discount to your billing. (Learn how to get MetroPCS bill paid for free)
Most of the ACP plan benefits offer 5 GB of data on SFone or Excess Telecom or Cintex but here you only have 1 GB of high-speed data per month free, after that it's unlimited but at a very slow speed.
So that's all about the Verizon aka Total Wireless ACP program. It offers all the benefits but the data limit per month is 1 GB as compared to the usual 5 GB/month on ACP-approved other networks.
This post was last modified on July 17, 2023 6:00 PM