Illinois Telephone Corporation – Discounted Phone Service

| January 15, 2013

Low income Illinois residents can sign up for discounted phone service through Illinois Telephone Corporation.  The discounted price includes local and long distance service along with Call Waiting and Caller ID.

Lifeline/Linkup Plans

To qualify for one of Illinois Telephone Corporation’s discounted plans, you must be a recipient of at least one of the government assistance programs listed below:

  • Food StampsCell Phone
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
  • National School Free Lunch Program
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (Section 8)

You may also qualify if your income is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

Illinois Telephone Corp. Calling Plans

As a participant in the Federal Lifeline Program, Illinois Telephone Corporation offers phone service for as low as $28.99 a month (plus tax).  Their service plans are as follows:

Minutes Monthly Cost
100 minutes $28.99
250 minutes $29.99
500 minutes $30.75
750 minutes $34.00
1000 minutes $36.99

Applying for Service

To apply, download and complete the Lifeline/Link-Up application and return it along with the appropriate payment.  The telephone charges are paid a month in advance.  I takes 7 days to activate service once the application is received.  If you’re anxious to receive your new phone number, you can call (1-800-480-4198) 3 business days after mailing your form to obtain your number.

Be sure to read the fine print on the application.  Although this is a discounted phone service, Illinois Telephone Corporation will automatically disconnect your service if bill payment is 14 days late.

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