Are you receiving government assistance like:
If you have a low income household, or are enrolled in an assistance program, you can qualify for Lifeline support. Lifeline is a Federal program funded by the Universal Service Fund (USF) that is intended to make telecommunications more affordable to those in need. Lifeline will subsidize an average of $9.25 toward a wireless or wire line phone. Only one benefit is allowed per household. Recently, the FCC released an reform order that now requires applicants to provide proof that they are qualified for Lifeline.
If you're currently receiving Food Stamps, also known as Food Nutrition Service or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), you can get a cell phone service and pay nothing!
You're handset will arrive in about 7 business days, ready to use. In West Virginia you'll get 68 minutes of service each month, in Louisiana, Arkansas, and Maryland you'll receive 100 minutes. In Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, and Washington you'll get 1000 minutes per month. If you run out of minutes before they refresh, you can purchase more minutes at our low rates.
You can make and receive local and long distance calls, call 911, send and receive text messages, get directory assistance, and retrieve voicemail.
There is no contract so you can cancel at any time. But why would you? It's FREE!
No deposit, no activation fee, NO BILL!