What is a Household?
Only one monthly service discount and one connected device discount is allowed per household.
A household is a group of people who live together and share money even if they are not related to each other.
If you live together and share money, you are one household. If you either don’t live together or you don’t share money, you are two or more households.
- A married couple who live together must share one ACP benefit
- A parent/guardian and child who live together must share one ACP benefit
- An adult who lives with friends or family who provide financial support must share one ACP benefit
- 4 roommates who live together but do not share money are 4 separate households. All 4 could receive the ACP.
- 30 seniors who live in an assisted-living home but do not share money are 30 separate households. All 30 could receive the ACP.
- A student who receives a Federal Pell Grant and lives alone is a different household than his or her parents. Both the student and their parents are separate households and could receive their own benefits.