Published: July 27, 2022
Reviewed by: Seana Kenefick

Arguably nothing is more important for seniors who live on their own than staying connected to friends and family. . In the modern world, that usually means you need a mobile phone. A mobile phone helps you keep in touch with family and friends and can be a critical link that keeps you safe if you’re ever locked out of your home, lost in a strange place or if you’ve fallen and need help right away. Being able to call for help in seconds gives seniors peace of mind, helps prevent and manage emergencies and encourages the social interaction that can help keep independent seniors active and engaged with others.

Keeping a mobile phone active can be a challenge for many seniors. Unfortunately, over 15 million seniors, more than 1 in 3 overall, face economic insecurity. That often comes as a result of trying to make ends meet on a fixed income, with little or no margin of savings left at the end of the month. Under these conditions, a single unforeseen event could result in missed bill payments. When this creates a risk that the phone might be disconnected, you might need help to keep the service active. Fortunately for many seniors, help is available from several sources. 

Assistance From Lifeline: Free Phones for Seniors

The Lifeline program is one of the ways the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) supports seniors and people with low income with discounted phone, internet and broadband service. According to the FCC’s description of the program, Lifeline’s purpose is to help keep low-income Americans connected for health and safety, job search and general social benefits. The program can apply a $9.25 monthly discount to most phone services, or up to $34.25 a month for people who live on tribal lands. 

Lifeline is paid for through the Universal Service Fund, which disburses assistance through private phone providers, such as Assurance Wireless, Access Wireless and Safelink. Depending on the state you live in and your income, these companies might be able to set you up with a free or steeply discounted mobile phone in addition to the monthly discount. Under some circumstances, qualifying beneficiaries can get a limited number of voice minutes at no monthly cost.

Lifeline at Home

Lifeline service isn’t limited to just mobile phones. The program began as a discount on home landline phone service, and that benefit is still the core of what Lifeline provides for customers. The FCC has adopted a long-range goal of expanding the program into home internet service across the country, but in 2022, this mostly takes the form of encouraging voluntary expansion by private sector internet and broadband providers.

Lifeline Program Eligibility and Limitations

The help you get from Lifeline comes with some limitations. Like any assistance program, Lifeline has income and other eligibility requirements. When you apply for the program, an intake worker with your local agency will ask you some questions to establish your eligibility for Lifeline. Depending on your situation, you may be asked to provide some documents to prove you have a financial need for the assistance Lifeline offers. 

Financial need is defined as having a household that earns less than 135% of the federal poverty line. This figure is a financial baseline used by state and federal government agencies to determine what benefits you are financially eligible to receive. States are allowed to set a higher threshold than the federal figure if they have a higher cost of living than the national average. Three states do this for their Lifeline programs: Alaska, California and Hawaii.

The income limit you have to meet depends on the number of people in your household. For the purposes of Lifeline enrollment, a household is defined as the number of people who live together and share the same income and bills. Thus, a married couple is considered a two-person household, as is a single adult with one dependent they care for. A single adult with a roommate who has a job would be counted as two separate households.

Income requirements for households are listed in this table:

Household size:All states except
CA, HI, AK
CAHIAK
1$17,226$26,400$19,818$21,533
2$23,274$26,400$26,771$29,093
3$29,322$32,600$33,723$36,653
4$35,370$39,700$40,676$44,213
5$41,418$46,800$47,628$51,773
6$47,466$53,900$54,581$59,333
7$53,514$61,000$61,533$66,893
8$59,562$68,100$68,486$74,453
For each additional person, add:$6,048$7,100$6,953$7,560

You can still get limited Lifeline assistance if your income is higher than the guideline for your state, but you may have to ask a program worker about the details that apply to your area. One advantage of the program’s use of federal poverty limits as a baseline is that you might be fast-tracked into acceptance if you already receive a means tested government benefit. Because you have to establish a low income to participate in some assistance programs, your acceptance into these can be taken as evidence of need when you apply for Lifeline, sometimes without further verification.

Programs that may automatically qualify you for Lifeline include:

  • SNAP, sometimes called Food Stamps
  • Cash Aid, sometimes called Welfare
  • Social Security Income/Social Security Disability Income
  • Veterans’ low-income support
  • Medicaid (not Medicare, which is not based on income or assets)
  • Federal Housing Assistance, sometimes called Section 8

Rules for Using Lifeline

In addition to the eligibility requirements you have to meet when you sign up for Lifeline, the FCC also has rules for how the program is to be used. For example, only one Lifeline enrollment is allowed for each household. If you live with another person and both of you need help with your phones, check with your intake worker to see if you can both still sign up. Depending on how your finances work, you might be considered as living in different households by program standards.

You’re only allowed to have one Lifeline service at a time. If you are already getting assistance with your landline phone, for instance, you will have to cancel that benefit before you can start Lifeline service on a mobile phone. If you’re not able to unenroll from the old program right away, speak with a program worker and ask about what you can do. The program may impose penalties for dual enrollment. 

After your initial intake certification, you may have to recertify your financial eligibility every year or so. If you are contacted by the National Verifier’s database or your state’s Lifeline administrator, be sure to respond as quickly as you can. Delays can result in the cancellation of benefits.

Lifeline is intended for people who need phone service for their daily lives. Because of this, Lifeline customers must use their service at least once a month. If you have to go more than 30 days without making or receiving a call, you might get a letter from the program warning you your benefits might end. In practice, this is not necessarily a difficult requirement to meet. Because the program doesn’t track the nature or content of your calls, you can generally meet the once-monthly requirement by calling any number at least once a month.

Free and Low-Cost Phones for Seniors Through Private Service Providers

The Lifeline program is funded by the Universal Service Fund, but the benefits are distributed through a national network of providers. Providers have to be approved for service by the FCC before they can administer Lifeline accounts for their customers. A list of approved providers is available from the FCC to help you choose your carrier. You can also ask your intake worker for advice about which local providers are authorized to set up a Lifeline account in your area. 

For quick reference, you can look up your state on this table to find a provider you may be eligible to sign up with.

StateFree phone providersDiscount service providers
AlabamaAccess Wireless
Assurance Wireless
North American Local
Safelink Wireless
AT&T Mobility
SouthernLINC Wireless
T-Mobile
AlaskaAlaska DigiTel
Arctic Slope Telephone Association Cooperative 
Copper Valley Wireless
AT&T Mobility
Cordova Wireless Communications
Arizona 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom
Truconnect
Total Call Mobile
Arkansas 
Absolute Mobile
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Assist Wireless
Cintex Wireless
Conexion Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q-link Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
True Wireless
AT&T Mobility
U.S. Connect
Viaero Wireless
California 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Entouch Wireless
Feel Safe Wireless
Life Wireless
Safelink Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
TruConnect (formerly Telscape)
None
Colorado 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
None
Connecticut 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Life Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
District of Columbia
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
Delaware
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
Florida 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
Georgia 
Access Wireless
Amerimex Mobile * Designed for Spanish-speakers
Assurance Wireless
Entouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q-link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
SouthernLINC Wireless
T-Mobile
Hawaii 
American Assistance
EnTouch Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
None
Idaho 
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Q Link Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
Illinois 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Life Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Terracom Wireless
U.S. Cellular
Indiana 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q-Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Terracom Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
T-Mobile
Iowa 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
iWireless (Iowa Wireless Services)
U.S. Cellular
Verizon Wireless
Kansas 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
Epic Touch/EpicPCS
U.S. Cellular
Viaero Wireless
Kentucky 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
Easy Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
Louisiana 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Conexion Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
NewPhone Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile  
Maine 
Assurance Wireless
Cintex Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Tag Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Maryland 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assist Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Cintex Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
True Wireless
T-Mobile
U.S. Connect
Massachusetts 
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
T-Mobile
Michigan 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
Minnesota 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assist Wireless
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
Terracom
Truconnect
T-Mobile
Mississippi 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
Missouri 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assist Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Easy Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
T-Mobile
Total Call Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Nebraska 
EnTouch Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
U.S. Cellular
Viaero Wireless
Nevada 
Absolute Mobile
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
None
New Hampshire
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
Total Call Mobile
U.S. Cellular
New Jersey
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
New York
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Truconnect
T-Mobile
Verizon Wireless
New Mexico
Safelink Wireless
Assurance Wireless
None
North Carolina
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
North Dakota
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Tempo Communications
AT&T Mobility
Nemont Wireless
Verizon Wireless
Ohio 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
i-Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Oklahoma
Assist Wireless
Easy Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Feel Safe Wireless
Infiniti Mobile
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Sprocket Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
True Wireless
Epic Touch/EpicPCS
U.S. Cellular
Oregon 
EnTouch WirelessAT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Pennsylvania 
Amerimex Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
T-Mobile
Puerto Rico
Absolute Mobile
Entouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Standup Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
Claro de Puerto Rico
Centennial de Puerto Rico
Open Móvil de Puerto Rico
Total Call Mobile
T-Mobile
Rhode Island
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
Cintex Wireless
EnTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Standup Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
True Wireless
None
South Carolina
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
ClearTalk Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Feel Safe Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
None
South Dakota
EnTouch WirelessAT&T Mobility
Tennessee 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Cleartalk Wireless
Safelink Wireless
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Texas 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Terracom
Truconnect
True Wireless
AT&T Mobility
Utah 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Standup Wireless
Tempo Communications
Truconnect
None
Vermont 
Q Link WirelessNone
Virginia 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
Safelink Wireless
AT&T Mobility
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Washington 
Access Wireless
Assurance Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
Inland Cellular
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
West Virginia
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
Cintex Wireless
enTouch Wireless
Gulf Coast Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
U.S. Cellular
Wisconsin 
Access Wireless
American Assistance
Assurance Wireless
enTouch Wireless
FeelSafe Wireless
Life Wireless
Q Link Wireless
Safelink Wireless
SafetyNet Wireless
StandUp Wireless
Tag Mobile
Tempo Communications
Terracom Wireless
Truconnect
AT&T Mobility
Element Mobile
U.S. Cellular
Verizon Wireless
Wyoming
EnTouch Wireless
Tempo Communications
Nemont Wireless

State-by-State Lifeline Program Guidelines and Eligibility

Click on your state below to find the Lifeline guidelines and eligibility in your state.

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Alabama may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Alabama by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Alabama

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Alaska may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Alaska by visiting the state’s Regulatory Commission. 

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Alaska

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Arizona may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Arizona by visiting the state’s Corporation Commission. 

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Arizona

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Arkansas may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Arkansas by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Arkansas

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in California may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in California by visiting the state’s Public Utilities Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in California

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Colorado may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Colorado by visiting the state’s Broadband Office.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Colorado

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Connecticut may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Connecticut by visiting the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Connecticut

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Delaware may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Delaware by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Delaware

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Florida may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Florida by visiting the state’s Office of Public Counsel.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Florida

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Georgia may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Georgia by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Georgia

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Hawaii may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Hawaii by visiting the state’s Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Hawaii

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Idaho may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Idaho by visiting the state’s Federal Communications Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Idaho

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Illinois may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Illinois by visiting the state’s Commerce Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Illinois

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Indiana may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Indiana by visiting the state’s Office of Utility Consumer Counselor.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Indiana

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Iowa may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Iowa by visiting the state’s Utilities Board.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Iowa

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Kansas may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Kansas by visiting the state’s Corporation Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Kansas

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Kentucky may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Kentucky by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Kentucky

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Louisiana may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Louisiana by visiting the state’s Department of Children and Family Services.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Louisiana

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Maine may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Maine by visiting the state’s Public Utilities Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Maine

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Maryland may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Maryland by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Maryland

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Massachusetts may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Massachusetts by visiting the state’s Department of Telecommunications and Cable.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Massachusetts

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Michigan may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Michigan by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Michigan

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Minnesota may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Minnesota by visiting the state’s Commerce Department.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Minnesota

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Mississippi may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Mississippi by visiting the state’s Public Utilities Staff.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Mississippi

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Missouri may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Missouri by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Missouri

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Montana may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Montana by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Montana

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Nebraska may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Nebraska by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Nebraska

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Nevada may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Nevada by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Nevada

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in New Hampshire may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in New Hampshire by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in New Hampshire

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in New Jersey may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in New Jersey by visiting the state’s Department of Human Services and Division of Aging Services.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in New Jersey

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in New Mexico may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in New Mexico by visiting the state’s Public Regulation Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in New Mexico

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in New York may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in New York by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in New York

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in North Carolina may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in North Carolina by visiting the state’s Department of Health and Human Services.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in North Carolina

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in North Dakota may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in North Dakota by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in North Dakota

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Ohio may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Ohio by visiting the state’s Office of the Consumers’ Counsel.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Ohio

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Oklahoma may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Oklahoma by visiting the state’s Corporation Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Oklahoma

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Oregon may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Oregon by visiting the state’s Public Utility Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Oregon

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Pennsylvania may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Pennsylvania by visiting the state’s Public Utility Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Pennsylvania

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Rhode Island may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Rhode Island by visiting the state’s Public Utility Commission and Division of Public Utilities and Carriers.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Rhode Island

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in South Carolina may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in South Carolina by visiting the state’s Office of Regulatory Staff.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in South Carolina

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in South Dakota may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in South Dakota by visiting the state’s Public Utilities Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in South Dakota

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Tennessee may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Tennessee by visiting the state’s Public Utility Commission

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Tennessee

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Texas may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Texas by visiting the state’s Public Utility Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Texas

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Utah may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Utah by visiting the state’s Division of Public Utilities.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Utah

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Vermont may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Vermont by visiting the state’s Department of Public Service.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Vermont

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Virginia may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Virginia by visiting the state’s Corporation Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Virginia

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Washington may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Washington by visiting the state’s Health Care Authority.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Washington

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in West Virginia may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in West Virginia by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in West Virginia

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Wisconsin may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Wisconsin by visiting the state’s Public Service Commission.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Wisconsin

The Lifeline program provides discounted or free phones to qualifying individuals. Seniors in Wyoming may be eligible for a free landline or mobile phone through the program. You can learn more about the Lifeline program in Wyoming by visiting the state’s Department of Family Services.

Lifeline Program Eligibility in Wyoming