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The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) may end April 2024.

On January 11, 2024, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it is taking steps to end the Affordable Connectivity Program by April 2024 due to possible depletion of federal funding. 

They are referring to the end of the program as a “wind-down” period, as indicated in the official FCC website. You can download the complete Fact Sheet here.

At VARCOMM, we are saddened to see the program end, especially after providing so many households with affordable high-speed internet access.  Please know that we are working on alternative methods to help our customers to stay connected.

While we may not have the power to extend ACP, you do as a voter. We encourage you to contact the Congressional representative for your district and let your voice be heard about the importance of not allowing ACP to expire.

For those in Ducor, you can reach out to Congressman David G. Valado at his Handford office at 559-460-6070, Congressman Kevin McCarthy at his Bakersfield office at 661-327-3611 and in Rancho Tehama you can reach out to Congressman Doug Lamalfa at his Redding office at 530-223-5898.   

Once again, thank you for being a VARCOMM customer — we value your business!

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