Free Cell Phones For Welfare Recipients - How to qualify today - EASY Wireless

Free Cell Phones For Welfare Recipients is here! 

Be one of the 40% of Americans who qualify for the new government assistance program and get a free cellphone today!

Have you heard the rumors about free cell phones for welfare recipients? People have been talking about how millions of Americans can now get a free cell phone and even free talk, text, and data.

The rumors are true. The federal government recently approved billions of dollars to help low-income Americans get fast, cheap internet. In addition, the government is working with internet providers to make these benefits widely available.

How Do I Get a Free Cell Phone? - EASY Wireless

How Do I Get a Free Cell Phone?

EASY Wireless is one of the cell phone approved by  the U.S. Government to bring these benefits to deserving Americans. For over 20 years, they have made cell phone service available through government programs using America’s fastest and most reliable network.

This article will help you find out if you are one of the 48 million Americans who can qualify for free government benefits and how to get your free cell phone with free internet data.

Who can qualify for the Lifeline Program? - Easy Wireless

What are the programs?

Two government programs assist Americans who may need help paying their cell phone bills. They are called the Lifeline Program and The Affordable Connectivity Program.

What is the Lifeline program?

The Lifeline Assistance Program is a benefit that assists low-income Americans to have access to voice services. Providers offering this service can provide talk, text, and data to eligible consumers.

If you are already receiving one of the following benefits or meet the income requirements, you can easily qualify for the Lifeline Program:

Qualifying programs for the Lifeline Programs:

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Medicaid
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance
  • Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit Programs
  • Tribal-specific programs: Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TTANF), Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), Head Start
  • Income at or below 135% of the income threshold for assistance.
The Affordable Connectivity Program - EASY Wireless

The Affordable Connectivity Program

This newest program is designed so that all Americans have access the internet. The federal government recognized that access to the internet is a necessity and they have made it even easier to qualify for this benefit. It is estimated that 40% of the households in the United States can qualify for this program. Providers offering this benefit can offer data services to eligible households. Qualify For the ACP

While many of these programs are the same for both Lifeline and ACP, there are some programs below unique to the ACP Prog .

Qualifying Programs for the ACP:

  • Qualify for Lifeline
  • National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
  • Pell Grant Awards
  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps or SNAP)
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance
  • Veterans and Survivors Pension Benefit
  • Tribal-specific programs: Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TTANF), Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR), Head Start
  • Income at or below 200% of the income threshold for assistance.

While many of these programs are the same for both Lifeline and ACP and can qualify you for either or both programs, there are some benefits listed that are unique to the ACP Program. If you qualify using National School Lunch, WIC, Pell Grant, or Income at the 200% level, you won’t qualify for Lifeline, but you will qualify for the ACP, which provides you with much of the same benefit. Keep reading for plan information.

Here is a chart that shows you the income levels you need to be under to qualify for the programs.

2022 ACP Federal Poverty Guidelines-for website
The ACP ONLY Offers from EASY Wireless

The ACP ONLY Offers from EASY Wireless

EASY Wireless has recently expanded to 38 new states, and has taken the government credit from the Affordable Connectivity Program and doubled down on it with two exciting offers for those that qualify. You can get a brand new smartphone for free, or if you want to keep your phone, you can choose the Unlimited Data Promo and get free unlimited internet data.

1. Free Smartphone Plan

  • FREE SMARTPHONE
  • FREE Monthly Talk & Text
  • FREE Monthly 5 GB Data

2. Free Unlimited Data Promo

  • Keep Your Own Phone & Number
  • FREE UNLIMITED Data
  • FREE Unlimited Talk & Text
  • FREE Sim Card
Qualifying for both programs - EASY Wireless

Qualifying for both programs

If you live in Oklahoma, Missouri, Kentucky, or Arkansas  you may be able to qualify for both benefits!

When you qualify for both programs, you get a FREE smartphone and FREE unlimited talk, text, and data!

  • FREE Smartphone
  • Unlimited Text
  • Unlimited Talk
  • Unlimited Data

At EASY Wireless, we are known for our top-notch customer service. We pride ourselves on being able to help people qualify so they can get the assistance they deserve.

Get your FREE Smartphone or FREE Unlimited Data, and stop worrying about paying your cell phone bill today.

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FAQ - EASY Wireless

FAQ

What If I Already Have Lifeline?

If you are getting Lifeline benefits through Easy Wireless, text 5115 to opt in to the Affordable Connectivity today!

If you are receiving Lifeline from another provider, transfer to Easy Wireless by entering your zip code and email address, and we will quickly help you receive the programs you select.

How long will these government programs be available?

As long as the government keeps funding the assistance programs, EASY Wireless will continue to offer these services to qualifying households.

The government has currently committed to funding the ACP for five years, and there are no current plans to stop the program.