Airwalk Wireless is a phone provider working with the Affordable Connectivity and Lifeline federal programs. Airwalk offers free iPhone 7, Galaxy, and other smartphones unlimited monthly talk, text, and fast-moving data. Families that receive government benefits or who work and are low-income are candidates for this program.
AirTalk Wireless, an AirVoice Wireless affiliate, has offered no-contract wireless services to consumers since 1999. The mission is to deliver the best customer service, the most affordable rates plans, over the best network in the country, and the current cellular phones. Their service area has expanded to 50 states through four brands used by many consumers: AirVoice Wireless, NewPhone Wireless, Airtalk Wireless, and Cintex Wireless.
This free cell phone program has grown so much since its conception. The first government phone was so small you could quickly lose them in your purse. Today they offer phones you could only dream about ten years ago. Read more about their phones and phone plans below.
- What is the Affordable Connectivity Program
- How to Qualify for AirTalk Wireless Phone
- Airtalk Wireless ACP Lifeline Combo Phone Plans
- How do I Replace A Lost or Stolen Phone?
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What is the Affordable Connectivity Program
The Affordable Connectivity Program helps to give broadband access to households that need to get to their jobs, schools, health care, etc. The benefit provides an Internet service discounted rate of up to $30 a month to eligible households.
You get up to $75 for families on qualified tribal land. Eligible households also may get a one-time discounted purchase price of up to $100 toward a laptop, desktop, or tablet computer from participating providers when they contribute over $10 and under $50 towards the purchase price.
How to Qualify for AirTalk Wireless Phone
The qualifications to receive a government phone have changed. No longer are these programs qualifiers for eligibility for Lifeline assistance,
- State-created criteria
- National School Lunch Program
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
- Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
You can, however, qualify if you receive assistance from,
- Government Housing
- Tribal Head Start
- Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance,
- Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR),
- Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TTANF),
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
- Income at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines
- Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit Programs
How to Apply for an ACP Phone
Visit www.airtalkwireless.com and fill out your personal information. To fill out an application, go to (https://airtalkwireless.com/),
- Click Apply
- Enter your household financial information
- Prove proof of eligibility
- Select your free phone
- Confirm your order
Airtalk Wireless ACP Lifeline Combo Phone Plans
- The Lifeline plan offers
- Bring your phone
- 1 SIM card
- 4.5 GB of Data
- 1,000 mins talk
- Unlimited SMS
- Caller ID
- 3-Way Calling
The Lifeline & ACP Combo
Cell Phones Include iPhone 7, iPhone 6 + Galaxy S8, etc.
The Plan Includes
- Caller ID
- Unlimited Talk
- Unlimited Messaging
- Call Waiting
- 3-Way Calling
- Unlimited talk
- 15 GD of Hight-Speed 4G Let/5G Data
- Update to 25 GB for $12 per year or 1 Month.
- 8 GB of Data
- Call waiting
- Free Basic Smartphone
- Unlimited Talk & SMS
- 3-Way Calling
How do I Replace A Lost or Stolen Phone?
If an Airtalk subscriber has their phone lost or stolen, notify them immediately. AirTalk has the right to terminate you from the phone program if they determine terms and conditions are violated. Customers must provide valid personal information to receive a new mobile device from Link Wireless. Therefore, customers who wish to replace their lost or stolen device must contact Airtalk Wireless within forty-five (45) days and agree to pay any applicable fees associated with returning the device through Link Lifeline.
Temporary Deactivation of Your Lost or Stolen Phone
Airtalk will deactivate the account of any subscriber who loses their handset and suspends their account if they fail to notify Airtalk Wireless of the missing device. Airtalk will provide subscribers with a free replacement device and a new SIM card. The customer must then activate the new phone and can continue to use their Airtalk service. Suppose a malfunctioning phone is sent back to Airtalk Wireless within thirty (30) days of delivery. In that case, they will send out a replacement device free of charge. However, more than thirty (30) days have passed since the delivery date.
Reactivation of your New or Recovered Phone
Link Wireless also reserves the right to terminate your own from the ACP phone program at any time without notice. The use of mobile devices on Airtalk Wireless’s Lifeline Program is limited to one per customer. Additionally, the customer must then activate the new phone and can continue to use their Airtalk service. Suppose a malfunctioning phone is sent back to Airtalk Wireless within thirty (30) days of delivery. In that case, they will send out a replacement device free of charge. However, more than thirty (30) days have passed since the delivery date.
In that case, there will be an additional fee for replacing the device. Additionally, suppose a lost or stolen phone is found within thirty (30) days after its reported missing or stolen. In that case, the subscriber can activate it again on their Airtalk plan. Report a lost or stolen wireless phone by calling Airtalk Customer Service at +1 (855) 924-7825.
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