Other Important Information:
Total household income does not exceed 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines listed here; OR Participation in one (or more) of these Programs:
Phone Discounts for Low-Income Users
Lifeline - provides qualified users a discount on monthly charges for the primary home phone line, even if it's a cell phone. Depending on the phone company, you can save up to $10 a month. Tribal lands residents may receive up to $35 under the discount, but must pay at least $1.00 per month.
Link-Up - pays up to 50% (up to $30) of a qualified user's home phone installation/connection charges (even if it's a cell phone). You may ask for a year to pay the other half of connection or activation charges, interest-free.For tribal lands residents, Link-Up will cover 50% of
installation costs up to $60, and all of costs between $60 and $100. Link-Up will NOT cover the cost of a phone or wiring your home.
Telephone Assistance Plan (TAP) -provides a monthly discount of $2.50 on home phone service (excludes cell phones). Download TAP Application
Caller ID Spoofing Customer Awareness Information at the time of Purchase: