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Hadado Wireless ACP Plans

Hadodo Wireless, a small California-based wireless company, participates in the federal Affordable Connectivity Program. According to their website, they offer the standard ACP discount of up to $30 per month for eligible low-income families. Hadodo WirelessThe monthly discount increases to $75 for eligible families living on qualified Tribal lands. In addition to the monthly discounts, there’s a one-time $ 100 discount toward purchasing a desktop computer, laptop, or tablet. The discount requires a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50.

Or, if you have a device and wish to use it with the Hadodo Wireless plan, you can bring your own device as long as it is compatible with their service. Visit the Check Device Compatibility page on their website to ensure you can use your device on their plans.

Hadodo Wireless Plans

Currently, as of August 2023, Hadodo Wireless offers three plans as follows:

Premier (Most States)

Cost: $30 per month less the ACP discount
Data: 5GB

Ultimate (For Maryland Residents Only)

Cost: $45 per month, less the ACP discount
Data: 7.5 GB

Unlimited (For Tribal Lands Only)

Cost: $75 per month, less the ACP discount
Data: Unlimited

The three plans listed above offer high-speed data, no monthly contracts, and you can cancel anytime.

Hadodo Service Locations

Hadodo Coverage Map

Hadado offers 4G and 5G coverage throughout the United States. To see if they offer coverage in your state, go to their Coverage Map. The areas in green indicate that coverage is available. Areas in white indicate no coverage.

Qualifying for Hadodo Wireless ACP Plan

If you want to sign up for Hadodo’s ACP Plan, you must first meet the qualification criteria. To do so, you must satisfy at least one of the following:

  1. Have a household income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or,

  2. You or someone in your household participate in one of the following government assistance programs:

    • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
    • Reduced-Price for School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program
    • Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year
    • SNAP / Food Stamps / CalFresh
    • Medicaid / Medi-Cal
    • Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
    • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
    • Section 8 / Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
    • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit

For more information on qualifying programs, visit the “Do I Qualify” page of the Affordable Connectivity Program website.

Applying for Benefits

After meeting the qualification criteria, the next step is to apply for benefits. The most secure way to do so is to visit Getinternet.gov. It is an official US government website, so you know you’re dealing with a reputable website.

To apply, you’ll need proof of eligibility but proof of your identity. The type of proof necessary varies depending on how you qualify. To clarify what types of documents are acceptable, check out the Affordable Connectivity Program Acceptable Documentation Guide. It’s a six-page document with all the information you’ll need to complete your ACP application successfully. I recommend you refer to the guide before starting your application.

The Approval Process

The approval process should take about 30 minutes. On occasion, some documents require additional verification. If that happens, approval could take 3 to 4 days.

Once the government approves your Affordable Connectivity Program application, the next step is to apply for service through Hadodo Wireless. When completing the Hadodo application, use the same (exact same) information on their form as you did with the government form. Any difference in information will cause your application to be rejected, and you’ll have to apply again.

A Little About Hadodo Wireless

It has become my habit to look a little deeper into some of the wireless companies. The more I write about them, the more I want to know. I found that Hadodo Wireless is a relatively new, privately owned company. It was founded in 2021 and has (according to what I’ve found on Moody's Analytics) 1 to 5 employees.

Hadodo Business Profile

I could not find information about Hadodo Wireless on the Better Business Bureau website, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad company. However, before signing up, do your own research to make sure this company can meet your internet/phone needs.

Things to Know about ACP

  1. To maintain your service, you must use it at least once every 30 days. Not doing so will deactivate your service.

  2. You are required to recertify annually to prove you still meet the eligibility criteria.

  3. Only one ACP benefit per household.

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Last Modified: 25 August 2023

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