What is Lifeline Program?

The Lifeline Program was created in 1985 to help ensure all Americans are able to connect through phone service. Life Wireless® is supported by the Federal Lifeline program and provides free cellular service each month for eligible customers. Life Wireless also offers plans for those who do not qualify for Lifeline assistance

Qualifying individuals enrolling in Lifeline will receive free minutes, text and data and even a free cell phone. Customers qualify through programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, Federal Public Housing and Veterans Pension, or based on your household income.

How to get a free cell phone and free service?

1. Apply Online

It’s easy to apply!

You’ll need to enter the zip code and a few personal details and let us know if you’re receiving any governmental assistance.

Lifeline phone service provides free cell phones to America's financially disadvantaged.

2. Upload Your Documents

You may be asked to verify your eligibility by uploading proof of your identity, benefit information, and income.

Don't worry, we don't require a lot of documents.

3. Bring Your Phone or Pick a New One

You can keep your GSM-compatible or unlocked smartphone, or choose from a list of new devices.

Lifeline Landing partners with Leading National Wireless Carriers to provide a Free Cell Phone and Free Monthly Minutes to qualified Lifeline participants.

Enjoy your life and stay connected with your family members.

4. Start Use Your Phone & Services

Once we approve your enrollment, we’ll ship your SIM card or pre-activated phone in the mail.

After you received, only one step is required, to call on number that is inside the box to activate your free service.

Check your eligibility and start enroll today.

Check if you are qualify for lifeline program free government cell phone.

Government free government cell phones & wireless service by State

Medicaid & CHIP

Medicaid & Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) provide health coverage for low-income children, families, seniors & people with disabilities. Unfortunately, Medicare does not qualify.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides benefits to individuals and families in order to increase their food budget, purchase healthy food, and move towards self-sufficiency.

Supplemental Security Income

The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program provides monthly benefits to disabled or blind adults & childrens who have limited income and resources.

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Americans Enrolled in Lifeline Program for FREE Government Supported Cell Phone Service!

11 Ways to Qualify

44 States

1 Household Limit

Department of Veterans Affairs
Social Security Number USA
us department of housing and urban development
department of health and human services
supplemental nutrition assistance program

Sign Up for FREE Lifeline Program

Unemployed due to COVID-19?

Verify your income-based eligibility for Lifeline wireless services with proof of your unemployment benefit payments or successful unemployment application.

*Income must be 135% or less than the federal poverty guideline to qualify.