Life Wireless is another phone service provider offering free government phones (Android Smartphone) along with free airtime/text and data. They participate in the federal Lifeline program, which allows them to offer free government phones to qualified low-income households.
With a presence in over 30 states, there’s a good chance Life Wireless is available where you live. If not, click on the “State Listing” on the above menu to find a phone company that provides free phones in your state.
What Life Wireless Offers
For eligible individuals, Life Wireless currently offers $1,000 free talk minutes, unlimited texting and 1 GB of data. If you require additional talk time or data, you can purchase more on their website, from the free phone, call customer service at 1-888-543-3620 or at any MoneyGram agent.
Be aware, however, that the the talk and text limit is for domestic calls/texts only. International calls/texts are not included.
To participate in the free government phone program you must participate in one of the following government assistance programs or have a household income at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines:
In addition to the above government assistance programs, if you live on Tribal lands recognized by the Federal government and participate in any of the programs outlined below, you qualify:
Signing up for Service
To sign up for Life Wireless, just visit their site, enter your email address and zip code and click “Start Now.” Make sure you have gathered the appropriate documentation before beginning the application. You’ll need proof of participation in any of the above federal assistance programs. You’ll also need proof you are who you say you are such as a state issued drivers license, passport or other government issued ID. You’ll be required to upload and submit the proof on the website.
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Last Modified: 17 May 2019
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