Wisconsin free cell phones

Wisconsin has major problems in its economy. It has lagged behind most of the other states in business development, income growth and the development of talented young people. Residents of the Badger State have suffered as a result. The state’s share of national income has declined from 2.1% back in 1963 to just 1.7% in 2008.

The Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance says that Wisconsin consistently ranks near the bottom of the fifty states in creation of new companies. Combine these issues and you end up with a lot of people who qualify for the Lifeline free government cell phone program.

Luckily, Wisconsin state has all these mobile phone providers who offer free government cell phones:

You are eligible if you receive benefits from any of these programs in Wisconsin:

  • Badger Care
  • Food Stamps
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
  • Medical Assistance (MA)
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • WI HomesteadTax Credit (Schedule H)
  • WisconsinWorks (W2)

You may also qualify if your Total Household Income is at or under 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (see eligibility)

Latest News for Wisconsin:

Business booming at TAG Mobile: Company offers free government cell phones in six new states - Tag Mobile is now offering free government cell phones to in six more states (Kansas, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin).
Assurance Wireless now offering free government cell phones in Wisconsin - Eligible residents of Wisconsin can now receive a free government cell phone and 250 free voice minutes per month from Assurance Wireless.

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