Food Stamp Cell Phone

Many food stamp recipients are unaware that they are eligible for free food stamp cell phone service. Receiving food stamps automatically qualifies you for a FREE government cell phone and 250 Free minutes every month.

This is made possible by the Lifeline program, a program created in 1983 by the Federal Communications Commission. This program was designed to enable low-income households to receive basic telephone service. Individuals may claim their free cell phone if they receive food stamps or participate in any other assistance program.

Applying for your free food stamp cell phone is simple, just go to a Lifeline program provider website and submit your email address and zip code to start the application process. It takes less than 5 minutes to apply.

One of the fastest growing companies to offer this service is Q Link Wireless. The Q Link plan includes caller ID, call waiting, and voicemail. Recipients must be re-qualified for the program every year. Service is limited to one plan per household. The Q Link Wireless program is supported by the U.S. government.

You may get your FREE cell phone with 250 FREE monthly minutes today if you participate in:

  • Food Stamps, or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  • Medicaid
  • Section 8 or Federal Public Housing
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  • National Free School Lunch Program
  • Many Other Government Programs (varies by state)

Don’t wait to claim your FREE cell phone with 250 FREE monthly minutes! Get connected today and keep in touch with your friends, family, work, doctor’s appointments or for use in case of emergencies. Apply for your FREE cell phone on the right by entering your email address and zip code now!

Lifeline is an outstanding program
that's now helping 8 million lower income Americans in 37 states, Washington, DC & Puerto Rico, but we won't be satisfied until it's available for those who need it in every state. - Mark Henry

"I don't really feel having a telephone in your household these days is a luxury, it's really a necessity." - Cheryl is not affiliated with the United States Government and is a privately operated web site.