What is Low Income Home Telephone Service?
Low Income Home Phone is a government assisted home phone program called Lifeline that reduces the monthly phone bill for qualified consumers.
Who Qualifies for Program?
Qualifications vary by state. On February 2, 2012, the FCC released it's Lifeline Reform Order which changed the qualifications in many states. They established a floor of eligibility requirements based on federal guidelines. States can opt to add more permissive eligibility criteria to the Federal criteria. If you're receiving some form of government assistance, chances are that you qualify.
How much can I save on this program?
Lifeline will save you at least $9.25 on your monthly phone bill. The actual savings will vary by state and phone service provider.
What is Link-up?
Link-up is a government assistance program for low income consumers that reduces the cost to activate your phone service. The FCC has ordered that, as of 4/1/2012, it is no longer available.
Where can I get Low Income Home Telephone Service?
Inquire with your local phone service provider or we can provide service for you.
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