On Medicaid or SNAP? You may Qualify!*

Lifeline

Independence. Family. Safety. Opportunity.

enTouch Wireless is here to help you remain connected and stay in touch.

see eligibility requirements below

See If You Qualify for a Free Plan

RECEIVE FREE LIFELINE SERVICE*



APPLYING FOR LIFELINE IS EASY

How Do I Qualify For Lifeline?

(Most SNAP & Medicaid participants qualify)


You must currently participate in a public assistance program (like SNAP or Medicaid) or your income must be at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.

ELIGIBLE PROGRAMS

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • Veterans Pension of Survivors Benefit
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
  • Tribally Administered TANF
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Tribally Administered Head Start (Meeting the income-qualifying standards of Head Start)

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTS

  • Unemployment Documentation (notice of unemployment benefit payment or notice of successfully submitted application for unemployment benefits) accepted until August 31, 2020 due to COVID-19
  • Program award letter (i.e. SNAP or Medicaid) clearly showing your full name and program name
  • Dated document with your program ID, name and benefit name
  • Letter from State Agency stating you receive the benefit

INCOME ELIGIBILITY DOCUMENTS

  • Last year's income tax return
  • Social Security statement of benefits
  • Divorce decree
  • Child support award
  • Retirement/Pension statement of benefits
  • Veterans Administration statement of benefits
  • Unemployment/Worker's Compensation statement of benefits
  • Federal or Tribal notice letter of participation in General Assistance
  • Other official document showing income information

DON'T FORGET

Your eligibility documents MUST be dated within 12 months of application date and include your full name and benefit program name.

Your application and documents MUST be clear and legible. It won't be processed if it is not.

Learn more about eligibility document requirements here.

You must qualify through the Lifeline National Verifier before starting your enTouch application. (CA, TX, and non-tribal OR can skip this step and apply directly for enTouch Wireless Lifeline Service.)

Have your eligibility documents, government-issued photo ID, and personal information ready. Then use the Lifeline National Verifier website to find out if you qualify.


Now that you are qualified...

How Do I Signup For enTouch Wireless Lifeline Service?

Enrolling online with enTouch Wireless is simple!


  1. Take a photo of your government issued photo ID. You will upload this during the application process.

  2. Fill out our online application here. (It only takes 3-5 minutes) You can also use a paper application.

  3. We will review your application and notify you as soon as you are approved for Lifeline service. Please complete the Lifeline National Verifier process before signing up for enTouch Lifeline service!

Or print a paper application here.


Bring your own phone

BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE


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Bringing it to our network is easy!


Sign Up Today For Your Government Cell Phone Service From enTouch Wireless
enTouch Wireless is a national, wireless phone company. We represent the Lifeline government cell phone service program in many states. Lifeline provides discounted government cell phone service to those who are eligible for the program. We help keep people in touch with their jobs, families, schools and communities. Sign up with enTouch Wireless for discounted voice minutes, texts, and data for low income and government assisted customers in certain states.

Cell phone service keeps people connected to vital parts of their lives, from family and friends to work to doctors, police, and fire fighters. For some people, though, the costs of cell phone service can be too high.

To keep all Americans connected, cell phone companies can get support from the government Lifeline Program. Low-income consumers can receive discounts on initiating and maintaining telecommunications services. Carrying out a policy in existence since 1985, the Lifeline Program is designed to ensure that quality phone services are available to eligible consumers at just, reasonable, and affordable rates. Over 32 million households are eligible to receive free communication services for safety, economic viability, and connection to their families & communities.