The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved guidelines Thursday for a new internet subsidy program that would provide low-income families with funds for their internet bills during the pandemic.

Under the FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, low-income families who qualify can receive a $50 monthly credit toward their internet bills through their internet provider.

Families that live on Tribal lands will be able to receive $75 per month and eligible families will also be given a one-time $100 discount on a tablet or computer, according to the FCC.