Safelink Wireless: Free Cell Phone Government Supported Program

Safelink wireless offer a great program. A free cell phone – Which is a good thing because it is government program. Many people don’t even know about it. Many can’t afford a cell phone and all its features. Many people scrambling to keep there place, job and car,etc. Program Breakdown: Lifeline Assistance is part of a program that was created by the government to provide discounted or free telephone service to income-eligible consumers. SafeLink Wireless is the carrier-Powered by Tracfone.

Safelink Wireless Lifeline service is powered by Tracfone that offers free perks with your government phone. No contract, No cost or fees and you get 250 minutes and 1000 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.

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Safelink wireless lifeline service (Government Supported) providing a free cell phone to low Income Families

How to Qualify for a free safeLink wireless cell phone and service? It depend on the state you live. To Qualify:

1. You already participate in other State or Federal assistance program such as Federal Public Housing Assistance, Food Stamps and Medicaid.

2. Your total household income is at or below 135% of the poverty guidelines set by your State and/or the Federal Government.

3. No one in your household currently receives Lifeline Service through another phone carrier.

4. You have a valid United States Postal Address.

See if Safelink Wireless in your state:

Arkansas*, Louisiana*, Illinois*, Mississippi*, Missouri*, Nevada*, Rhode Island*, South Carolina*, Pennsylvania*, Wisconsin*, Maine*, Maryland*, *Ohio, * Puerto Rico,* Texas, * DC,* Virginia, * Delaware, * Connecticut,* Alabama,* West Virginia,* New Hampshire,* Massachusetts,* Wisconsin,* North Carolina,* Georgia,* Tennessee,* New York,* Florida,* New Jersey,* Michigan plus more…


-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
(noted it could be additional services that qualifies for the Lifeline program).

Qualifications: call 1-800-SAFELINK ,
or visit

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Thursday, March 26, 2015