If you live in Arizona and you are receiving government assistance, you are qualified for free cellular phone service at no charge.
Whether you live in the big cities like Phoenix and Tucson or, a smaller city like Peoria, you can start your application for a free wireless plan today! Just fill out the on-line form, submit it, and you'll receive a handset that is ready to use on a free mobile plan.
AZ residents get 350 anytime minutes per month for no charge. If that's not
enough minutes for you, just purchase more at great low rates on a pay-as-you go basis. This Lifeline plan
allows you to place phone calls both locally and long distance, access voicemail, and do text messaging.
Every month your minutes refresh! You won't get a bill since the plan is FREE!.
There isn't a credit check, or contract, and no obligation. Your free plan is yours to use as long as you remain eligible for Lifeline benefits.
To be qualified for free government cell phone service in Arizona, you'll need to be currently enrolled in one or more of the government programs listed here:
Additionally, Arizona residents may also qualify if their total household income is at or below 150% of the federal poverty level.
All we need is for you to submit the on-line application / Lifeline form along with
any required documentation for identity verification and proof of income or program participation. Additional charges for a smartphone
may apply. Activation fee may apply.
No bills, no contract.
Wireless plans in AZ include Caller ID, Call Waiting, Three-Way Calling, Call Forwarding, and Voicemail.
Minutes on the Arizona 350 minute per month plan expire each month on your service expiration date and do not roll over. Text messages on the 350 minute plan are assessed at a rate of 1 minute per text message for sending or receiving.