Category Archives: Free Cell Phone Providers

Free Cell Phone Providers help low-income families keep up with the world around them.  Free government cell phone providers can be found in every state in the U.S.Keep in mind when providers send out phones they do not send the same phone to everyone.  When you are approved for the free cell phone program, you are not guaranteed to get a specific phone.

You will receive what phones are available, and they are not necessarily the latest models.  But can you complain when you are getting something for free?   Under the Lifeline, free phone program phone plans and benefits vary, but all offer a free phone and free minutes.

There is a new push to get Smartphones in the hands to new and upgrading clients.  You may be eligible to receive a free regular cell phone or Smartphone if you qualify financially.   Find out more about this great program.

T-Mobile Lifeline Plans End for 7 States

T-Mobile lifeline cell phone service is coming to an end for Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire, New York and Tennessee, and the District of Columbia.  This major cell phone provider is pulling out of Lifeline program altogether. They will no longer provide free government phone service to the disadvantaged, but will still offer a variety of phone plans. T-Mobile… Read More »

American Assistance Government Phones

American Assistance is a one of the many Lifeline Assistance, free cell phone carriers serving qualified low-income customers.  They are now provided phone service to Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Like most regional free government providers, American Assistance is expanding their territory, and will soon be providing free and affordable services in… Read More »

Entouch Wireless Lifeline – Unlimited Talk & Data

enTouch Wireless or Boomerang Wireless, is one of the many Lifeline phone providers, working with the FCC to provide free government phones to the poor.   enTouch is quickly gaining popularity and now covers 20 U.S. states.   To date, you can get phone service in, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota,… Read More »