Enrollment for FREE Government Supported Cell Phone Service

You can complete your Enrollment online or by phone (through Schedule a Call Back). Your completed application will be put into Pending status until your Documents are received.

Identity and Eligibility Proof Documents Processing

Once you complete your Enrollment you'll be required to send us Proof and ID Documents for verification. With six (6) different ways to submit copies, it couldn't be easier!

Carrier Service Enrollment and Pre-Activated Cell Phone Shipment

After we recieve and review your Documents we'll process your Enrollment into your chosen Carrier's system, arrange for the shipping of your new phone and update you via email.

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Questions? FREE Government Supported Cell Phone Service

Lifeline Landing partners with leading National Wireless Carriers to provide a FREE cellular phone, as well as FREE minutes every month without sacrificing the features you would typically use with any other cell phone such as Caller ID, Texting, and Voicemail. These services do not require a credit check or deposit and there is absolutely no contract involved.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I have to pay any money up front to activate?

No. If you qualify you will receive a package in the mail that includes your wireless handset which will be preloaded with free minutes of airtime.

How do I activate my free cell phone?

When you receive your new cellular phone, inside the package will be instructions on the activation procedure as well as important information about your Lifeline Landing service and the Lifeline program. Make sure you read all of the information provided to ensure that you maximize the benefits of your new cellular phone.

Will I have to buy minutes every month to keep my account active?

No, you can purchase additional minutes of airtime to add to your account if you want. However, you do not need to buy any additional airtime to keep your lifeline phone active!

How many minutes do I get every month?

The number of free minutes added to your account varies by state and service plan you select. What about my unused minutes, will they roll over to the next month? Only valid with certain plans if you select a rollover plan all unused free minutes will automatically roll over to the next month.

If I had Lifeline before but my phone is off. Can I get Lifeline again?

If you had Lifeline before you may still qualify as long as you meet the eligibility requirements. If your Lifeline account is still active with your previous carrier then you will be required to contact that carrier to cancel service prior to re-enrolling with Lifeline Landing. However, Lifeline benefits are strictly limited to one per household.

I have Lifeline on my home phone. Can I get a wireless Lifeline phone?

No. If you are receiving Lifeline benefits now on your home phone you may not receive Lifeline benefits on any other telephone (land-line or cell phone). Only one Lifeline benefit per household is permitted.

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How do I apply for Lifeline service with Lifeline Landing?

To apply for Lifeline Landing service, just click here and follow the instructions for your state. To find out if you live in an area where Lifeline Landing will be able to service you, Click Here.

How do I renew federal Lifeline benefits?

Renewal rules may vary somewhat by state. Federal regulations require that you annually re-certify your continued eligibility to receive wireless Lifeline benefits. Therefore, each year, Lifeline Landing must confirm your continued eligibility for the Lifeline program. This process only takes a few minutes of your time. We must have your cooperation in order to continue to provide you with discounted wireless service.

Can I activate/sign up for service through the Lifeline Landing website?

Yes, you can activate with Lifeline Landing online by clicking the activation link under the field labeled Enroll From here, you must enter your zip code to see if we service your area. On the next page, you will enter your full address including: street number, street name, apartment or floor you live on, city, state and zip code. You will also be required to enter some personal information, such as date of birth and a good telephone number we can contact you with. On the next page, you will identify which government programs you receive, and then you will use your mouse like a pen to provide a digital signature in the field provided. Once it is downloaded, you will need to close and then reopen your browser and try again. Once you have digitally signed, hit submit. Now that your application is completely filled out and digitally signed, you still have one more step to go to complete your enrollment with Lifeline Landing Wireless, and receive your free phone. Once you hit submit, your application will automatically come up one the screen. From there, you can save the application file to your desktop and send your documentation to us via the multiple methods listed. Once Lifeline Landing has received you application, please allow 5-7 business days for processing and shipping. Your Lifeline Landing phone will arrive ready to use, with your free minutes already loaded on it.

Does Lifeline Landing support hearing aid compatible phones?

Yes. Lifeline Landing supports wireless phones that are Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC). What makes a phone hearing aid compatible? Hearing aids operate in one of two modes – acoustic coupling or telecoil coupling. Hearing aids operating in acoustic coupling mode receive and amplify all sounds surrounding the user; both desired sounds, such as a telephone’s audio signal, as well as unwanted ambient noise. Hearing aids operating in telecoil coupling mode avoid unwanted ambient noise by turning off the microphone and receiving only signals from magnetic fields generated by telecoil-compatible telephones. In the United States, about 25-30 percent of hearing aids contain telecoils, which generally are used by individuals with profound hearing loss.

What are the standards and ratings for hearing aid compatible phones?

The standard for compatibility of digital wireless phones with hearing aids is set forth in American National Standard Institute (ANSI) standard C63.19. ANSI C63.19 contains two sets of standards: an “M” rating from one to four for reduced radio frequency (RF) interference to enable acoustic coupling with hearing aids that do not operate in telecoil mode, and a “T” rating from one to four to enable inductive coupling with hearing aids operating in telecoil mode. A digital wireless phone is considered hearing aid-compatible for acoustic coupling if it meets an “M3″ rating under the ANSI standard. A digital wireless handset is considered hearing aid-compatible for inductive coupling if it meets a “T3″ rating under the ANSI standard. A subscriber may request to receive either an “M” or “T” rated cellular handset depending on which they require. However, the mobile phone you receive is random according to Lifeline Landing inventory.

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