Free Government Phone Guide – Infographic


This free government phone infographic details important benefits that make it possible for disadvantaged Americans to get free cell phones and landline service.  Americans have been receiving this government assistance for almost 30 years!  Down through the years, the program has changed and grown to keep up with the times.  They have gone from landline service to cell phones and beyond.  

All benefits funded by the Universal Service Fund



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1. The cell phone providers who participate in the program have also multiplied.  The top three providers, that were recognizable brands were Assurance Wireless, Safelink, and Assurance Wireless. 

(Links located in the infographic below) You might have seen the television commercials advertising their services.  Keep in mind these are not government phone companies, but major telecommunications brands, that have registered to work with the Lifeline government program.

2. There are also phone providers who don’t offer free services but do offer a special discount paid for by Uncle Sam. If you are not eligible for a no-cost government phone, you can still purchase low-cost affordable phone plans and other basic plans.

Another great thing about Lifeline, the same program that provides a free government phone, and minutes, also offers a discount on high-speed Internet for $.9.99! So as you can see, they’ve come a long, way.

3. They just don’t give always for the sake of giving; they are tools, if used properly can help, the poor and disadvantaged, find jobs, improved research and study projects, keep in touch with friends and family. Can you imagine life without a phone, or the Internet and the privileges they afford?



Oh, one more thing; the same companies that offer discounts on the Internet, have plans where you can purchase refurbished desktop or laptop computers for as little as $150. So, check out the infographic below and if you need help, our site is filled with great information.

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