Free Unlimited
Talk, Text & Data

For eligible customers through the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

10GB High-Speed Data, Unlimited additional data

What is the Affordable Connectivity Program?

The ACP is a new government program that provides free internet service and discounted tablets.

Who is Eligible?

If you or someone in your household is a recipient of Medicaid, Lifeline, SNAP, Section 8, WIC, or other Government assistance, you are eligible for the ACP. Limit 1 per household.

Have Questions? 

Call us at 1-833-367-4667 and one of our agents will be glad to assist you.

Free Unlimited Talk,
Text & Data


10 GB High-Speed Data, unlimited additional data

Bring Your own Phone

Keep Your Number

We’ll deliver a Hoop sim card with 3 sizes, for easy installation

No contract, cancel at any time

We Make it Easy

Step 1

Enter your information

Step 2

We’ll verify your eligibility
with the FCC

Step 3

Enjoy your service

We’re Here to Help

Have a question? Need help applying?




Why is Hoop the
Best Choice for Mobile?


Free 5G on America’s Most Dependable Network


No contract – Cancel at any time


Attentive Customer Service


Transparent Pricing – No hidden fees, gimmicks or tricks


Is there an end-date to the ACP?

No, as long as funding is provided, the program will continue.

Can I receive both the Affordable Connectivity Program and Lifeline benefits at the same time?

Yes. If you are currently enrolled in Lifeline, you are automatically eligible for the ACP.

What is the Enhanced Benefit for Tribal Lands?

If you live on Tribal Lands, you are eligible to receive 30GB of High-Speed Internet at no cost.

Can I change plans or add data?

Yes. The monthly $30 discount can be applied to any plan you choose. Additional data can be purchased at any time.

How can I check the status of my order or application?

You can check the status of your application or order here.

Is my phone/tablet compatible with your service?

Check compatibility here

Is there service coverage in my area?

Check coverage map here