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Many Americans need financial help paying their bills. Friends and family members may be struggling just like many you. Where do you go, when you have nowhere else to turn? If you are looking for financial assistance, we want to tell you about a new website just for you. If you are eligible for a free government cell phone, it is likely you are eligible… Read More »

Cell Phone Privacy Issues – Is Anyone Safe?

Cell phone privacy issues have been a troubling issue for several years. While it is true that cell technology is truly convenient, even the use of government phones may bring another issue to the mind. Are our conversations safe and confidential? Or are all our cell phones vulnerable to being hacked? The very fact that every cell phone has a tracking… Read More »

Free Cell Phones for Inmates

There’s a rumor going around that, the Obama administration was providing free cell phones for inmates! I thought I would do a little research on the matter, but was having trouble finding any legitimate resource for this statement. I finally stumbled on the information and found quite interesting. The story stemmed from statements made by Attorney General Eric… Read More »

Free Government Phone Abuse – How It Hurts Everyone

Free government phone abuse, has gotten a lot of press. The free cell phone program was started decades ago, to help rural poor; but not until the recent explosion of people receiving free cell phones, did you hear all the abuse! The truth is, there is a lot of fraud and abuse associated with the program. You mostly… Read More »

Taxpayer Funded Cell Phone Haters

Senator Bill Griffin of Arkansas introduced a bill to stop taxpayer-funded cell phones. The bill’s purpose is to stop universal service support of cell phones through Lifeline. This bill was also introduced in 2011, with no success. Since 2008, when under President Bush, the program has doubled, in 143 million in one year, to $38 million, and again… Read More »