Oklahoma

Lifeline Program

Oklahoma is a midwestern U.S. state whose diverse landscape includes the Great Plains, hills, lakes and forests. Oklahoma City, the capital, is home to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, recognizing the state's pioneer history, and the Bricktown entertainment district, popular for dining and nightlife. The poignant Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum commemorates the bombing here in 1995.

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Oklahoma Coverage

enTouch Coverage in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Lifeline Cell Phone Service


enTouch Wireless offers government assisted wireless services to low income families and individuals in Oklahoma. Qualified customers receive Free cell phone service. Certain residents may be eligible for a Free cell phone. We offer Lifeline discounts to qualified Oklahoma customers who meet certain eligibility requirements such as government assistance or a household income that is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Your FREE Lifeline benefit is limited to one per household and cannot be combined with any other Lifeline offer.

enTouch Wireless Lifeline Free Monthly Minutes

Feature 1000 Minute Plan1 Tribal Unlimited & 1.5 GIG Plan2
Voice 1000 Unlimited
Texts Unlimited Unlimited
Local Calls Y Y
National Long Distance Y Y
Voicemail Y Y
Nationwide Text Y Y
Free 411 Y Y
3G / 4G Data 100 MB 1.5 GIG
Carry Over Month To Month N N

All plans are 30 day plans. All plans subject to Acceptable Use Policy.

Designated Tribal Lands

Effective June 8, 20163 the FCC redefined tribal land boundaries. This redefinition impacts the type of Lifeline benefit plan you may be eligible to receive.


OKLAHOMA TRIBAL LAND REALLOCATION FOR Lifeline

Eligible residents living in the pink & green areas above qualify for enhanced Tribal Lifeline Offerings.

Eligible Programs for Lifeline in Oklahoma

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

NOTE: All new applicants will need to submit proof of government assistance in order to complete enrollment. There are several easy methods to submit proof eligibility; you will be able to select what method is best for you later in the signup process.


You may also qualify based on income

Income Guidelines*

Persons in Household Income
1 $16,389
2 $22,221
3 $28,053
4 $33,885
5 $39,717
6 $45,549
7 $51,381
8 $57,213
For each additional person, add $5,832

*Based on 135% of the 2018 Federal Poverty Guideline.


Contact Oklahoma Commission

If you have unresolved issues after contacting enTouch Customer Support, you may contact:

Public Service Office:
P.O. Box 52000
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2000

  • Phone:405.521.2331
  • Toll Free in Oklahoma: 1.800.522.8154



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Dial 611 on your Lifeline phone.

SUPPORT HOURS

Monday - Friday: 8am - 10pm CT

Saturday: 8am - 8pm CT

Sunday: 10am - 7pm CT


For the complete Terms of Service go to www.entouchwireless.com or call Customer Service at 866-488-8719 or dial 611 free from your Lifeline phone.

"Lifeline is a government assistance program. enTouch Wireless represents the Lifeline service in your state. PLEASE NOTE: You have to be eligible to receive Lifeline services. A current government benefit card or income document and your government issued ID is needed to sign up. Willfully making false statements to obtain the Lifeline benefit can result in fines, imprisonment, de-enrollment or being barred from the program. Only one Lifeline benefit per household. A household is defined, for the purposes the Lifeline program, as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses. Violation of the one per household limitation constitutes a violation of the Federal Communications Commission's rules and will result in your de-enrollment. The Lifeline is a non-transferable benefit and you may not transfer this benefit to any other person, regardless of if they qualify for Lifeline. Lifeline is available to only one person per household. When you receive the service, you cannot transfer it to another person. 911 Emergency Service is available where wireless service is located, which can be reduced by buildings, weather, mountains, etc. If your phone is out of range in an emergency dial 911 from a landline phone."

3 On June 18, 2015, the Commission adopted the 2015 Lifeline Reform Order which addressed the areas of Oklahoma that were eligible for the enhanced Tribal Lifeline subsidy. The FCC Wireline Competition Bureau released a map identifying the boundaries of the "former reservations in Oklahoma" that qualify for the enhanced tribal subsidy on February 2, 2016. This did not include a final decision about the "Cherokee Outlet" being defined as eligible Tribal land. As of March 31, 2016, the "Cherokee Outlet" will be included in the "former reservations in Oklahoma." Residents within the boundaries of the "former reservations in Oklahoma" will continue to receive enhanced Tribal Lifeline support.