Residents of Maryland receiving some form of government assistance like the National School Free Lunch Program or Food Stamps are qualified for a free cellular phone plan
Get started right away! Just fill out the on-line form, submit it with any required documentation, and you'll get your free government cell phone in just a few days.
Is this the "Obama Phone" you've heard of?
You may have heard people talk about a free cell phone service that is referred to as the Obama Phone. This service is indeed what that term is referring to. However, it isn't quite accurate. First, President Obama didn't create the plan. The plan is called Lifeline and was around long before Obama became president. The Lifeline program is intended to make phone service affordable for low income households by providing a subsidy to those who qualify. Until recently, it was mainly applied to wire-line service. The second misconception is about the free phone. The "Obama Phone" doesn't provide a free phone. It provides only a subsidy toward phone service. That subsidy allows provides like us to give the customer free minutes of use. The free phone is actually at the expense of the provider.
Get 100 rollover minutes per month for no charge. If that's not enough minutes, you can purchase
more at great low rates on a pay-as-you go basis. You can place local and long distance calls, access
voicemail, and send and receive text messages.
Every month you get a fresh 100 minutes! You won't get a bill because the service is FREE!.
There is no credit check, no contract, and no obligation. Cancel your service whenever you want. But, there's no reason to cancel because it's FREE.
To qualify for free government cell phone service in Maryland, you must be currently enrolled in one of the following government assistance programs:
Residents of Maryland may also qualify based on Income. If your household income is at or below 135% of the federal poverty level, you can qualify for lifeline benefits.
All we need is for you to submit the on-line Lifeline certification / application form, and any required proof of assistance program participation (like a picture of your SNAP card) or proof of income. We'll get your phone out to you right away!
No bills, no contract.
Pay nothing! EVER!
Wireless plans in MD include Caller ID, Call Waiting, Three-Way Calling, Call Forwarding, and Voicemail.
Low income families in Maryland can get free wireless phone service.