We get lots of comments from readers who are unhappy with the Lifeline Assistance free government cell phone service.
Dave said, “As a result of the Q Link cellphone being a piece of junk, I filed a consumer complaint. They called, we argued and did not resolve anything. I refilled my consumer complaint. The called again [sic], we argued and did not resolve anything. They then cut me off.”
Paulette said, “My month to month account with EnTouch is getting ready to expire and the thought of buying time while they fiddle around just pisses me off. The right hand doesn’t seem to know or understand what the left hand is doing……and I am ready to file a complaint with the agency that handles them plus additional organizations.”
Joan said, “What can I do. I phoned and waited over 15 minutes and no one answered. I can’t find a place on line where to leave a complaint.”
If you are unhappy with anything about your free government cell phone service — maybe your phone stopped working the day you received it, or maybe your unlimited talk and text plan suddenly turned into a 350 minute per month plan, or maybe something completely different has you steamed — we just posted an article telling you how to complain and to whom you should complain.
Our comprehensive guide to complaining tells you who to complain to — the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Universal Service Administration Company USAC), your state’s public utility commission, and even the Better Business Bureau. We provide the names, the phone numbers, the websites, everything you need to know to file that free government cell phone complaint.
It’s the internet’s ONLY comprehensive guide to making a complaint about your Lifeline free government cell phone service. Click here to go to the page.
And by the way, if you are sick and tired of your current Lifeline provider, we’ve also written a new FAQ on how to switch Lifeline providers. We’ve got you covered.
And it’s brought to you by FreeGovernmentCellPhones.net.