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    June 9, 2021
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Verizon Pennsylvania LLC Lifeline Service in Pennsylvania: Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline are government assistance programs that are supported by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and the Federal Communications Commission. Verizon offers the following Lifeline-supported services as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier: $ 7.75 monthly discount S 5.25 monthly discount $ 9.25 monthly discount for qualified customers who subscribe to Fios Internet service Voice Lifeline Voice Lifeline 135 Broadband Lifeline Only eligible consumers may enroll in the programs. You may qualify for Voice Lifeline service if you can show proof that you participate in a certain government assistance program or your annual income is 100% or below the Federal Poverty Guideline. You may qualify for Voice Lifeline 135 service or Broadband Lifeline if you can show proof that you participate in certain government assistance programs or your annual income is 135% or below the Federal Poverty Guideline. If you qualify based on income, you will be required to provide income verification. In addition, the Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline programs are limited to one discount per household consisting of either broadband, wireline, or wireless service. Therefore, you are required to certify and agree that no other member of the household is receiving Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 or Broadband Lifeline service from Verizon or another communications provider. Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline services are a non-transferable benefit. Consumers who willfully make false statements in order to obtain the benefit can be punished by fine or imprisonment, or may be barred from the program. You must meet certain eligibility requirements in Pennsylva- nia in order to qualify for Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 or Broadband Lifeline service. An Application for these services can be obtained by contacting Verizon at www.verizon.com/ lifeline or by phone at 1 800 VERIZON. To find out more information, you may also call the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC), which administers Lifeline for the FCC by calling (800) 234-9473 or by access- ing their website at www.LifelineSupport.org. All Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline rates, terms and conditions included in this notice are subject to change as mandated by FCC rules and are current at the time of printing. Verizon Pennsylvania LLC Lifeline Service in Pennsylvania: Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline are government assistance programs that are supported by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and the Federal Communications Commission. Verizon offers the following Lifeline-supported services as an Eligible Telecommunications Carrier: $ 7.75 monthly discount S 5.25 monthly discount $ 9.25 monthly discount for qualified customers who subscribe to Fios Internet service Voice Lifeline Voice Lifeline 135 Broadband Lifeline Only eligible consumers may enroll in the programs. You may qualify for Voice Lifeline service if you can show proof that you participate in a certain government assistance program or your annual income is 100% or below the Federal Poverty Guideline. You may qualify for Voice Lifeline 135 service or Broadband Lifeline if you can show proof that you participate in certain government assistance programs or your annual income is 135% or below the Federal Poverty Guideline. If you qualify based on income, you will be required to provide income verification. In addition, the Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline programs are limited to one discount per household consisting of either broadband, wireline, or wireless service. Therefore, you are required to certify and agree that no other member of the household is receiving Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 or Broadband Lifeline service from Verizon or another communications provider. Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline services are a non-transferable benefit. Consumers who willfully make false statements in order to obtain the benefit can be punished by fine or imprisonment, or may be barred from the program. You must meet certain eligibility requirements in Pennsylva- nia in order to qualify for Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 or Broadband Lifeline service. An Application for these services can be obtained by contacting Verizon at www.verizon.com/ lifeline or by phone at 1 800 VERIZON. To find out more information, you may also call the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC), which administers Lifeline for the FCC by calling (800) 234-9473 or by access- ing their website at www.LifelineSupport.org. All Voice Lifeline, Voice Lifeline 135 and Broadband Lifeline rates, terms and conditions included in this notice are subject to change as mandated by FCC rules and are current at the time of printing.

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