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Free Government Cell Phone Service in Indiana

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Indiana residents can get this free wireless plan and a free handset.

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Indiana residents who qualify can get a wireless phone and cellular service with 500 minutes automatically renewing each month and pay nothing.

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To qualify, you just need to be receiving some form of government assistance like medicaid, food stamps, SSI, Federal Public Housing, etc, or earn less than 135% of the Federal Poverty Level. A full list of qualifying programs is on the left of this page. They are also listed during the on-line order process.



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Indiana residents on the Lifeline 500 plan will receive a handset and 500 minutes of anytime usage per month. Each month your 500 minutes will automatically be added and any unused minutes will expire. If you need more minutes, you can purchase them at low, low rates.

With those minutes you can receive or place local and long distance calls, send or receive text messages, access 911, and check your voicemail.

You won't receive a bill because the service is FREE! There is no credit check, no deposit, and no contract. You can cancel at any time.



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Lifeline allows low income households in Indiana the opportunity to have a cell phone for no cost. Only one Lifeline subsidized phone is allowed per household, either wireless or wire-line. Your free monthly minutes are paid for by the government subsidy.


 

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To get this Lifeline FREE 500 plan, just follow the "Order Now" to submit your application on-line. and we'll send you your handset with government cell phone service right away.
You'll receive your phone in about 7 business days.

  • No Bill
  • Local and Long Distance
  • Voicemail
  • Texting
  • 911

To qualify for gov't supported service in Indiana, you must have a household income that doesn't exceed 135% of the federal poverty level or be participating in one of the following programs:

  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP or Food Stamps)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)
  • Veteran’s Pension or Survivor’s Pension Benefit
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