Global Connection does not offer free government phones or cell phones, but as a participant in the government Lifeline Program, they are able to offer discounted phone service. If you qualify you can receive discounts ranging from $10 to $13.50 per month depending on the laws in your participating state. If you participate in any [...]
Budget Mobile has joined the ranks of phone companies offering free government cell phone service. In other words they participate in the Federal Lifeline/Link Up phone program. In addition to providing a free phone, Budget Mobile offers 250 free airtime minutes. Currently there offering service in the state of: · Arkansas · Georgia · Indiana [...]
Life Wireless is another phone service provider offering free government phones along with free airtime. They participate in the federal Lifeline/Link-Up program, which allows them to offer free government phones to qualified households. Being a regional provider, Life Wireless currently offers (as of January, 2015) service in the following states: Arizona Arkansas Colorado Georgia Illinois [...]
Georgia residents have a wide selection of free and/or discounted phone services to choose from. Because the free government phone services are approved in the state of Georgia, residents can elect to receive free government phones with free airtime or discounts on their home phone service through the Lifeline/Link Up programs. The Georgia Link Up [...]
TSI through Nexus Communications offers discounted phone service to low income individuals. As a member of the LifeLine/Link-Up program, TSI is able to offer up to 50% off of telephone installation and set up plus discounted monthly phone service. TSI does not offer free cell phones. This service applies to home landlines only. The discounted [...]
As a participant of the government’s LifeLine program, ReachOut Wireless offers both free phones and deeply discounted phone service for low-income individuals. In general, ReachOut Wireless offers free phones, but the free phone option is not available in all states. For those states in which they are unable to offer free phones, they offer discounted phone service through their Simple Plan program.
SafeLink Wireless was created by the folks at TracFone to provide free wireless phone service to folks who qualify. Prior to the advancement in wireless technology, the Lifeline program only pertained to land lines. With advancing technology and societal life style changes, TracFone realized that more and more people would benefit more from a free cell phone than free land line and thus created SafeLink Wireless.