StandUP Wireless Free Cell Phone

| December 6, 2012

StandUP Wireless is offering free cell phone along with airtime in the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Maryland and Missouri.

As part of the Federal Lifeline/Link-Up program, StandUP Wireless offers 100 anytime minutes along with 100 texts per month. If you don’t use your allotted time, it is rolled over for use the following month.

If 100 airtime units is not enough you can sign up for their Premium Lifeline service plans and purchase 500 more units that comes along with 500 text messages for $14.95 a month. If 500 units is not enough you can purchase twice as much, 1000 units with 1000 text messages, for $29.95 per month. The Premium Lifeline minutes cannot be rolled over, so you must use them or lose them.

Eligibility Requirements

The eligibility requirements may vary slightly by state but in general if you participate in one of the following government assistance programs you can sign up for StandUp’s service:

  • Snap Food Stamps
  • Section 8 Housing Assistance
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • Medicaid
  • Free Lunch Program
  • Home Energy Assistance ProgramStandUp Wireless
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • General Assistance Programs

Applying for StandUp Wireless

To apply and go to the website and click “APPLY” or you can call them at 1-800-544-4441. Before starting the application process make sure you have proof of eligibility. Once accepted, you must recertify annually.

Standup wireless also has a referral program. For every person you refer to their program, you get 100 free airtime minutes.

Ancillary Features

If you want to check your account balance, download the manual for your phone or add more time we have to do is go to their to the standup wireless website and click on the “MANAGE” button.

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Category: Arkansas, By State, Free Service Carriers, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, StandUP Wireless

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