How to Add Minutes to Free Government Phones

By | March 2, 2012

Do you need to know how to add minutes to your Reachout, Safelink , or Assurance Wireless phones?  We can help!  If you have a free government phone, you need to know how.  It  is pretty easy, though the process may vary slightly from company.  Some people will not need more than the 250 minutes, but  if you are someone who, talks  and texts a lot, you will need to know how to add time to your account.

 Below are links that will help you add air time to the three major phones.  Click on the link of the your phone provider, to find out how to purchase and add time.

How to Add Minutes to a Safelink Wireless Phone

To add air time to your Safelink phone, enter the,  key “Menu,”  which will take you to the “Prepaid” menu and press, “Select;  which will take you to “Add Airtime.”  Follow the promptings add your card number and pin which will be found on the back of the card.  If you have a special promotional code add that; if not click no.  If you have any problems with this process. [more]

How to Add Minutes a ReachOut Wireless Phone

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The allotted time for ReachOut phone is 250 minutes.  That’s a little over 4 hours.  Do you realized how easy it is to talk a half hour or hour on the phone?  That is why they offer their customers a variety of plan, and ways to get the most out of your phone. Don’t be intimidated by the process.  It is very easy to do. [more]

How to Add Minutes a Assurance Wireless Phone

Adding time to your Assurance phone is simple.  You can purchase a Virgin Mobile Top-Up card in most supermarkets, drug stores, department and phone shops.  The plan includes 250 minutes monthly.  If you want to add more time, pay $5 to get a total of 500 minutes a month. [more]

 

2 thoughts on “How to Add Minutes to Free Government Phones

  1. Alicia friou

    All I want to know is how to check my mins on my phone

    1. Pamela Wilson-Lipscomb Post author

      This depends on the company you have your phone service with. Some will show right on you cell phone. Call you provider to find out how many minutes you have left on your phone.

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