Telgoo5 Develops Integrations Connecting Companies to FCC’s EBB Program


Telgoo5, a telecom billing company, quickly responded to the FCC’s $3.2 billion Emergency Broadband Benefit program (EBB). The program, as dictated by Congress, is aimed at helping individuals struggling to pay for bills during the pandemic to cover the cost of their Internet connection.

Considering that so many Americans are now working from home or attending school virtually, this program is an important and sorely needed social service that can help keep many Americans on the path to success.

Federal Communications Commission

The EBB is being administered through the Universal Service Administration Company (USAC). The USAC’s Lifeline program will be used to verify eligibility for the EBB along with handling the processing of reimbursements. Eligible individuals will receive a $50 monthly discount towards broadband services, with Tribal families receiving up to $75.

Eligible households can also benefit from a one-time $100 discount on the purchase of a computer or tablet from a participating provider. In response to the EBB, Telgoo5 established a connection to the USAC’s Lifeline program and integrated with the National Lifeline Accountability Database (NLAD). This quick action will speed up the eligibility process for individuals in need, exemplifying Tellgoo5s commitment to their customers.

Telgoo5’s quick action will help ensure that people struggling during the COVID-19 can stay connected

“We are proud to help support our customers in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. This past year has been difficult for so many. We commend the FCC for taking such bold action and lending financial support to individuals in need, and look forward to helping individuals to maintain the broadband connection.”

Telgoo5 is a telecom billing company that is committed to enabling companies to digitize their products and assets. They provide a stable, cutting-edge platform to support hundreds of clients.

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