Life Wireless Free Phones

By | December 30, 2011

Life Wireless, is working with Lifeline to provide free cell phones to the residents of  Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois,  Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island  and West Virginia.   It is go to know that the Lifeline program is working to make sure affordable phone service is available to every state.  Each year more areas are covered by the free government cell phone program.

Life Wireless is not as well known, or large as providers such as Safelink, Assurance, or Reachout Wireless; but there presence in the states is much appreciated in the areas they cover.  You may qualify for the Life Wireless phone if, your income is or at below 135% of federal poverty level.  If you are unemployed or receiving, Food Stamps, WIC, SSI, Medicaid, Disability, or help from another government assistance program, you are eligible for a free Lifeline phone. * See Federal Poverty Guidelines

The features of the programs are 123 monthly minutes, and the roll over of unused minutes a month.  You can send and receive a text, for 1/3 a minute per text.  If you are not eligible for the free phone and service, you can purchase affordable phone services, for a one time charge of $20 and  $12.75  for 250 minutes.  Text messaging will cost 1/3 a minute per text.

Life Wireless Features

  • call waiting
  • caller Id
  • voice mail
  • nationwide long distance service
  • and international calls for a fee

 Purchasing Extra Time

You can add time, by going to  the Life website directly, or through MoneyGram.  The MorneyGram and a long protracted process, so the online process is most practical.

Finally, If you live in Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois,  Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island  or West Virginia, and feel you may be eligible for these services, contact Life Wireless, to apply.  Good luck with your search for affordable phone service.


Life Wireless
Phone:  1-888-543-3620
e-mail:[email protected]

Apply Here

3 thoughts on “Life Wireless Free Phones

  1. Donna Johnstone

    I would like to know what I would need to send to see if I qualify for a free cell phone and minutes?
    I am living in a residential care facility and I am disabled so a cell phone is important when I leave the house for appointments.

    1. Pamela Wilson-Lipscomb Post author

      Donna, If you are receiving disability, or any other assistance, such as Snaps, fax your disability letter or any documentation that you are receiving Food Stamps.

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