Do you need help paying for your telephone service?
Through cooperation with the Public Service Commission, Ardmore Telephone Company offers the Lifeline program to help eligible customers with the cost of their bill.
You are eligible to enroll in the Lifeline program if you participate in one of the following:
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
- Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Veterans Pension or Survivor Pension
OR have a household income at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines (annual income before tax) AND you have paid or made payment arrangements for any outstanding balance for telephone services provided to you or any member of your household at your current address. Please visit the Universal Service Administration website for more information.
Lifeline support (voice): $7.25
Lifeline support (broadband): $9.25
Latest changes effective December 1, 2019
Call ATC’s Customer Service Department to enroll or to ask more questions concerning Lifeline. 1-800-830-9946
You may also contact the local PSC office at 1-800-882-3919 for more information about Lifeline.
*To register for Lifeline support, go to the National Verifier database and check your eligibility status.
NOTE: According to FCC regulations, only one Lifeline program benefit is allowed per household. Falsifying information in order to receive Lifeline benefits will result in loss of benefit and possible criminal penalties.