Budget Mobile Free Cell Phones

Budget Mobile will give you a phone and 250 minutes each month. Options for more minutes. California gets 1000 minutes and unlimited texts!

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Budget Mobile offers government-subsidized cell phones through the FCC’s Lifeline phone service program. They serve needy people in many states. The Budget Mobile phone program is available now in Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Washington, Utah, Texas, West Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. They are working on certification for other states.

You will be able to get a free cell phone and up to 250 free minutes of airtime (varies by state) each month. If you qualify under the Lifeline Assistance program guidelines. Unlike other major Lifeline phone suppliers you do not get text messaging unless you pay to get a better plan. You can re-certify after a year if you are still eligible for the phone.

Here are the various plans:

All states but California:

Free: 250 minutes and no texts
$5/month: 350 minutes and 1,000 texts
$10/month: 500 minutes and 5,000 texts
$20/month: 1,000 minutes and 4,000 texts
$30/month: 2,000 minutes and 6,000 texts

California Plan:

Free: 1,000 minutes and unlimited texts.
$17.60/month: Unlimited minutes and unlimited texts.

If you’re not in California, you’re probably not to happy about your usage limits. But California gets more because both the Federal government and the state of California kick in with the subsidies.

Do you qualify?

Are you eligible for a new Budget Mobile phone? Guidelines vary by state but these are the general guidelines:

  1. Low income Home Energy Assistance Program
  2. Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  3. Federal Housing Assistance Section 8
  4. Food Stamps
  5. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  6. Medicaid
  7. National School Lunch
  8. SNAP
  9. You may also qualify if your total household income meets government guidelines in your state.

There’s no contract to sign. Just submit your application online or by traditional methods.

Here’s a look at all the features you can get with a free Budget Mobile cell phone:

  1. Free popular features such as Caller Id, Call Waiting and Voicemail.
  2. National long distance.
  3. Caller ID
  4. Call Waiting
  5. Voicemail

Be sure to compare budget mobile with other options in your state

Budget Mobile is just one of the many Lifeline Cell Phone providers in your state. Some states have over a dozen cell phone providers to choose from. Plans and phone choices often vary substantially between providers and you owe it to yourself to look at them all. To begin your comparison shopping, please go to our States page and click on your state.

Contact Budget Mobile

Budget Mobile
1325 Barksdale Blvd.
Bossier City, LA 71111
info@budgetmobilelifeline.com
Toll Free: (888) 777-4007
Website: www.budgetmobile.com

Please note: there are almost a dozen other companies that participate in the free cell phone program. You should take a look at all free cell phone providers before making a decision.

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Comments

  1. Ramon Morales says

    I have a budget phone but, it has been disconnected and it needs up grading could you please contact me at cellphone ********* or thru my email.

    Thank you,

  2. Brandie says

    I would like to know who to contact if I’m having an issue with a lifeline phone company (budget Mobile).

  3. Sophia says

    My phone was working , now it says initial programming needed what do I do and all I get is a busy signal I can’t make phone calls from the cell phone

  4. Travis Keith says

    I recently got approved for a free lifeline phone thru another distributor,since receiving phone been having some problems with them. I heard something aboht switching providers. Is that true, and what providers allow you to switch .

    • Free Government Cell Phones says

      You can always switch. We are looking into this, but I believe that if it’s within 60 days of a new contract, you must first contact your current company to de-enroll, and then contact a new company. If after the 60 days, you can go directly to the new company. But make a call to the company to be sure.

    • Free Government Cell Phones says

      Call your cell phone provider and ask them. If they won’t contact a different company in your state (click our States menu link)

    • Free Government Cell Phones says

      Please read the page above. We are not the phone service, we tell you where to get the phone.

  5. Cheryl Townsend says

    I need to find a free cell program that includes a free phone. I qualify for free service, but I do not have a cell phone. Are there programs that include a phone?

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