Starting February 20, 2021, you will need to have two-step verification enabled to use your account.
Learn why FCC Online Services uses Two-Step Verification and how it better protects your account.
A new way to protect your account
FCC Online Services has added Two-Step Verification as an extra layer of security. Anytime we need to confirm your identity online, you’ll receive a verification code by text, call or authenticator app.
Why you need it
If someone gets access to your account, they won’t be able to change your contact information or make unwanted transactions or transfers.
How it protects you
Extra layer of security
After your password, it serves as a second check to make sure it’s you accessing your account.
Multiple ways to protect
Receive codes by text, voice call or authenticator app.
Unique 6-digit verification code
You're only required to enter it when you've changed your device, browser or not signed in for the past 60 days.
How it works
All Online Services and FCC Mobile App customers must enable Two-Step Verification to access their account information. You’ll receive a prompt when you log in to follow these simple steps: