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The Internet has changed our way of life and with all the new technologies; it continues to change every day. ITC works hard to provide our members with the high-speed Internet they need to run their computers, tablets, game consoles, etc. Vroom High-Speed Internet from ITC can provide the capability for you to work from home.

Vroom High-Speed Internet offers speeds up to 500 Mbps for your home or office.

ITC also offers 24/7 Internet Help Desk (1-888-217-5718). 

ITC provides access to advanced broadband services (Internet and Television) based on the purchase of telephone services. Customers who do not want to subscribe to telephone service can check out our broadband-only Internet packages. 

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Telephone/Broadband Assistance Programs:

The Federal Lifeline program and Minnesota’s Telephone Assistance Program (TAP) help make communication services more affordable for subscribers.



Lifeline is a federally-funded discount on broadband internet service or landline telephone service for qualified residents. The program offers a $5.25 per month discount on home landline or cell phone voice-only service OR a $9.25 discount on Internet service.

If you live on Tribal lands, you may qualify for additional discounts. Tribal Lands Link Up offers a one-time credit of up to $100 on installation or activation charges. Tribal Lands Lifeline offers a monthly credit of up to $34.25 on your landline or wireless telephone service plan.

For South Dakota: CLICK HERE

For Minnesota: CLICK HERE

Print Application or Worksheet:

Lifeline Application

Household Worksheet


How do I find out if I’m eligible for assistance?

You may be eligible for assistance if your income is at or below federal guidelines or if you receive benefits from certain assistance programs.

The telephone or broadband service must be in your name. You must show proof that you or a member of your household participates in at least one of the following programs or is income-eligible:

  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Medicaid/Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Veterans Pension or Survivors Pension Benefit Programs
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)
  • Tribally-administered Head Start (for those meeting income-qualifying standards)
  • Tribally-administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TTANF)

If you do not participate in any of the programs listed above, you may qualify if your income is at or below 135% of the 2021 Federal Poverty Income Guidelines:















For each additional person, add


Eligibility approval and requests for documentation will come via email or mail from Universal Service Administration Company (USAC), Lifeline Support, or National Verifier. Once qualified you will need to contact us with approval information for the discount to be added to your ITC bill.



The Emergency Broadband Benefit program (EBB) is an FCC program to help households struggling to pay for Internet service during the pandemic. This new benefit provides a temporary discount on monthly Internet bills for qualifying low-income households. I will help families with challenges suck as working from home, distance learning, telehealth services, or simply connecting digitally with loved ones.

ITC has been approved by the FCC as a provider for this EBB program to help lower the cost of high-speed Internet.

CLICK HERE for more info.