Take Advantage of the Emergency Connectivity Fund
45 Day Application Window Now Open. The deadline is Friday, August 13, 2021!
The FCC has provided a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help schools and libraries close the homework gap and digital divide. The Emergency Connectivity Fund (ECF) will provide 100% funding for schools and libraries to connect students and patrons off-campus. This includes funding hotspot devices and mobile broadband service.
Mobile Beacon is poised and ready to help customize a plan for your organization. With a wide range of CIPA-compliant devices available and our reliable, unlimited, and uncapped mobile broadband service we are a great choice to connect your students and patrons at home! Additionally, we offer a number of hotspots and tablets that are 100% reimbursable under the ECF program. Mobile Beacon’s affordable mobile broadband service is unmatched in the commercial space.
Customers who order their devices after August 1, 2021, will have the benefit of the combined Sprint and T-Mobile network, which doubles the number of LTE sites and provides access to the country’s largest 5G network. Mobile Beacon is proud to be one of the first to provide reliable 5G service at the most affordable price!
- The application window is only 45 days! June 29, 2021 – August 13, 2021
- The FCC is providing $7.171 BILLON to fund off-campus connectivity for schools and libraries.
- This is a ONE TIME funding opportunity!
- All K-12 schools and libraries are ELIGIBLE to apply.
- Expenses will be 100% REIMBURSED up to the device cap.
- Reimbursement Time Frame is July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022
Additional Resources About ECF
Already a Mobile Beacon customer? Did you know your current service plan and/or renewal rates are eligible for reimbursement? Contact our customer service team to learn more at [email protected].
Don’t take just our word for it!
In fact, 75% of our customers are VERY satisfied with our service. Mobile Beacon is currently serving over 3,000 schools and libraries across the country. Here is what they have to say: