If you haven’t heard that a government supported program call LifeLine is giving away free cell phones and service in Wisconsin. Today you will see how to qualify for a free cell phone. The qualifications you need to be eligible for a new and free wireless phone in 2016. The service called lifeline. Lifeline is a government supported program that offers a cell phone and service to low income families. The program is available in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin cities, townships and communities ( Appleton, Eau Claire, Green Bay, Janesville, Kenosha, La Crosse, Madison, Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Racine, Waukesha, West Allis + more..) All cities are eligible for the free cell phone and service.
Safelink Wireless Lifeline service is powered by Tracfone that offers free perks with your new cell phone. No contract, No cost or fees and you get 250 minutes and unlimited text messages a month for free. The minutes replenish every month. If you run out during that month you can purchase additional airtime. You can buy TracFone cards at a local retailers like Dollar General, Family Dollar, Simple Mobile Solutions, Walmart, CVS, Kmart, Target, Radio Shack, Walgreens, and Rite Aid stores or online.
How do I qualify? If you currently receiving any assistance or participating in programs from the State of Wisconsin you may qualify for the phone.
-Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
-Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
-Federal Public Housing Assistance and Section 8
-National School Lunch (Only Free Program)
-Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
-Food Stamps (EBT)
(noted it could be additional services that qualifies for the Lifeline program)
Resources – visit www.safelink.com.
How do i apply and what do I get when I receive the Free wireless cell phone at No cost in Wisconsin:
250 Free minutes and unlimited Free texts replenish every month for local and long distance within the United States, voicemail, call waiting and caller ID. Remember there is no activation fee, no contract, no fees. However the program is only provided to low income families. Only one cell phone and service is allowed per household in Wisconsin.