Indiana is in better shape that most of the states. It’s government has resisted the urge to spend too much money. Nevertheless, the state has faced more than its fair share of problems.
The devastating floods forced many businesses to close. Lives were thrown into turmoil. On top of that they had even more tornados than usual. More businesses were destroyed. And more lives turned upside down.
Combine these natural tragedies with an unemployment rate of 8.5% and you have a lot of people who need help. The kind of help that Lifeline cell phone service can provide.
Free Cell Phone Providers in Indiana:
Here’s a list of all the Lifeline Assistance free government cell phones in Indiana. They all offer different plans with different numbers of minutes, different refill options, and serve different geographic areas. So click through them all and find the plan that’s best for you.
- Access Wireless
- American Assistance
- Assurance Wireless
- Budget Mobile
- EnTouch Wireless
- Life Wireless
- Q-Link Wireless
- Reachout Wireless
- Safelink Wireless
- Terracom Wireless
- Tempo Communications
Lifeline Discount Companies in Indiana
If you qualify for Lifeline Assistance, but you find that none of the companies offer free government cell phones where you live, you have another option. The companies below, while not offering free cell phone plans, do offer substantial Lifeline discounts off their regular mobile phone plans in Indiana:
Lifeline Eligibility in Indiana, for free and discounted programs:
You are eligible if you receive benefits from any of these programs in Indiana:
- Food Stamps/SNAP
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
- Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA) or Section 8
- Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
- National School Lunch Program’s Free Lunch Program (NSL)
- Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families>
Residents of Indiana may also qualify if your Total Household Income is at or under 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. These calculations reflected in the chart below:
[eligibility 135 state=”Indiana”]
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