Access Wireless – Lifeline Cell Phone Provider

By | November 17, 2016

Access Wireless,  is working with the Lifeline Assistance program, to give free phones to qualified low-income consumers.  If you receive, Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, SSI, you may qualify today.

 Access, is one of the top free cell phone providers, covering Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia.

You may also qualify if you are working, as long as your income is at or below federal income standards.  It is good to know these free, and discounted services are available in the U.S.  Those who are accepted into the program,  receive a free mobile phone with a monthly scheduled airtime for one year.

Access Wireless Earning Program

Access Wireless, also offers benefits not offered by other Lifeline providers. Access Wireless gives customers an opportunity to earn free minutes, by using the Loyalty Care in Kroger stores. These benefits offer discounts on accessories upgrades.  With your free service you receive, one free cell phone, free monthly minutes, voice mail, text messaging, caller ID, and 911.

Adding Airtime

You can purchase extra airtime for:


$10 and receive 150 anytime minutes, and text for 10 days and 100 MB of data
$25 and receive 300 anytime minutes, and text  a month and 500 MB of data
$50 and receive unlimited voice minutes, and text a month and a GB of data

Cell Phone available for upgrades

Benefits

The benefits provided  are limited to one per household, by order of the (FCC) or Federal Communications Commission and the (USAC) or Universal Service Administrative Company.   Customers receive 250 free  talk and text minutes and unlimited text messaging each month.

Access also offers  benefits not offered by other Lifeline providers.  Access Wireless gives customers an opportunity to earn free minutes, by using the Loyalty Care in Kroger family of stores.    These benefits entitle you to discounts on accessories upgrades.


How to Qualify

Lifeline service is available to eligible low-income resident with a gross family income,  at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines or participates in one of the following assistance programs:

  • Food Stamps/SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)
  • The National School Lunch’s Free Lunch Program (NSL)

  other government assistance programs may qualify you for the Lifeline phone.

Apply

*Go to the Access Wireless website and call or print out and application to apply.

 Access Wireless
New Customers: 1-888-900-5899
Existing Customers: 1-866-594-3644
Email

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29 thoughts on “Access Wireless – Lifeline Cell Phone Provider

  1. Brandu Hutto

    My phone has been stolen,I just recently joined the program too.please send me another,my name is Brandy Hutto my phone number for access is407)6940169 my address is 560 b.c Terry Rd ocoee FL 34761my alternative number is407)624
    2741

  2. Zachary Cole

    I am a manager for another company at this point that is ending there contract and I’m looking to get with a company that is growing and sustained, Just emailing and looking to hear back from you. My email address is [email protected] will be waiting to hear from you.

  3. Vershae White

    i have lost my phone and im trying to report the lost but everytime i call the 800 numbers theres no option to speak with a repersentaive can u please help me

    1. Free Government Phones Post author

      Hey Vershae. I used to live in the Bronx! Please contact your phone provider to notify them of your situation. Try sending an email if you can reach them. They will let you know if you can get a new phone free or if you have to pay a fee. Good luck!

  4. terry fillion

    my daughters phone is broken and he cannot find a number to call to get it replaced. his number is 813 724 7519. this is making it very difficult for him to stay in touch as well as look for jobs. please let me know who he can contact to resolve this problem.

    1. Pamela Wilson-Lipscomb Post author

      Hello, Terry. We are unable to call you. Please have your son contact the company he his Lifeline phone service with. He can purchase a new phone from the provider or somewhere else as long as the phone is compatible with provider service.

  5. Tricia

    I want to cancel my service how do I talk to a rep to do that

    1. Pamela Wilson-Lipscomb Post author

      Hi Tricia, If you want to cancel your service, you can call the company, not use the service and they will cancel you after a time or do not re-enroll.

  6. Kassy L Wiseman

    I’ve dropped my phone in a bucket of water at my job how do I speak to a human being to fix my problem

  7. Russell Hannaford

    I had phone cell (Coolpad) phone stolen,I was told that another (Coolpad) would be sent on3/14/2016 no luck yet.
    Yours Truly, Russell Hannaford

  8. Crystal cothran

    I was in a Lowe’s store and somebody took my pursue out of my buggy. My phone was in it.So I need a replacement phone. 704-299-6080.was my # Thanks

    1. Free Government Phones Post author

      Hello Jeanne. Just call you phone company to report your phone stolen. If you are a new user you may be able to get it replaced for free.

  9. mindy reynolds

    Need to upgrade my phone to a new phone I already have purchased from the access wireless site

  10. Andrea

    Do you partner with nonprofit organizations to give out the phones?

  11. Shelley Kydland

    My phone was stolen. How can I get a replacement phone?
    Sincerely,
    Shelley

    1. Pamela Lipscomb Post author

      Find a cell phone company working in your city, then go to the site to apply. You will find this information on this site.

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