Â Safe Link Wireless is a government supported program that provides a FREE Cell phone and airtime each month for income elgible customers.
Â SAFELINK WIRELESSÂ® service is U.S. government supported program for Income eligible households provided by TracFone Wireless, Inc. In order to participate in the SAFELINK WIRELESSÂ® service, persons must meet certain eligibility requirements set by each State where the service is to be provided. These requirements are based on a person's participation in a state or Federal support programs or by meeting the Income Poverty Guidelines as defined by the U.S. Government. SAFELINK WIRELESSÂ® service is limited to one person per household.How to Qualify
The process to qualify for Lifeline Service depends on the State you live in. In general, you may qualify if...
- You already participate in other State or Federal assistance program such as Federal Public Housing Assistance, Food Stamps and Medicaid. OR
- Your total household income is at our below 135% of the poverty guidelines set by your State and/or the Federal Government.
- No one in your household currently receives Lifeline Service through another phone carrier.
- You have a valid United States Postal Address. In order for us to ship you your free phone you must live at a residence that can receive mail from the US Post Office. Sorry, but P.O. Boxes cannot be accepted.
In addition to meeting the guidelines above you will also be required to provide proof of your participation in an assistance program, or proof of your income level.
Safe Link Wireless is currently offering service in parts of Tennessee, with plans to begin offering service soon in the States listed:
Â New York
Â North Carolina
District of Columbia
Service requires income verification. You must currently be receiving State/Federal Public Assitance to qualify. You will receive FREE cellular service, a FREE cell phone, and FREE Minutes every month. SafeLink Wireless Service does not cost anything - there are no contracts, no recurring fees and no monthly charges. Click here for Full Details.