Across America, eligible families and individuals are getting discounted and free cell phone service from Lifeline. A government benefit program that is funded by the Universal Service Fund, it's dedicated to helping those of low-income backgrounds connect with the world around them.
In 2011, the U.N. declared internet access to be a human right by condemning countries that were blocking access to specific content or even cutting off whole areas from accessing the world wide web. A 2015 report by the Pew Research Center found that particularly younger adults, minorities, and lower-income Americans depend on their smartphone for internet access. Roughly sixty percent of smartphone owners had used their phone that year to access information about their health and thirty-two percent of lower income mobile holders have used their cellphone to apply for a job.
Having a cell phone allows you to make inquiries about jobs, schedule interviews and appointments, get information, stay in touch with family, and get help in emergency situations. Whether you are in need of a cellphone or you have a friend or family member who could use the help of a cell phone in any way, you can find out if you're eligible for no fee cell service for free. At Simply Free Cellphones, they'll find out if you qualify with no credit check, no hassle, and no obligation.
If you qualify, you could get free texting, free calling, national long distance, free local calls, and free voicemail. See full details on the Simply Free Cellphones website and get the free cellular phone you need to stay in touch.
This offer is only valid for residents of:
- United States