There are many questions you might have about free government phones. Below there is a list of frequently ask questions on government -subsidized phones. Our hope is to supply you with the answers you have about the program. Below, we have listed, many of the question’s readers are asking, about this assistance program. Hopefully, you will find immediate answers to your questions here. Question can also be asked through out comments section. “If you don’t find the answers you are looking for, leave us a comment, and we will help you!”
Since the rising popularity of Assurance Wireless, ReachOut Wireless, and Safelink Wireless, there have been many new providers added the LifeLine Assistance Program. All offer similar benefits and option for purchasing airtime. There have been upgrades where providers have gone from an offer of 67 minutes a month to 250. It is official; the program is a success and reaching many people who need and appreciate this help. The providers who don’t offer free service, charges from $1 to 5 to a month, and of course, you can also get a prepay plan, if you are a heavy phone user. Because of abusive practice, you are now required to present proof of your income or of your enrollment with a federal assistance agency.
FAQ – Free Government Cell Phones Program
- The Government Phone Program
- What is Lifeline?
- What is the Obama Phone
- Is the Program Really Free?
- What are the Federal Poverty Guidelines?
- Is the Free Phone Program Going to End Soon?
How to Qualify
- How do I Apply for a Government Phone
- How do I Qualify for the Free Government Program
- How to Apply and Qualify for a ReachOut Cell Phone
- How to Choose a Free Provider
- Do you Qualify?
- What do I do when I lose my Phone?
- How do I Upgrade my ReachOut Phone
- How to Purchase Airtime
- How to Add Minutes to your ReachOut Service