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The Federal Communication Commission has information about Lifeline on its website. Lifeline offers a discount on home telephone service, and free cell phones with time and data usage, to low-income Americans. More »

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The Lifeline program provides a discount for landline or cellular telephone service to low-income consumers. Since 2005, the program includes discounts for prepaid wireless service. More »

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The California LifeLine program provides discounts on home phone and cellphone services to qualifying low-income individuals and families. The Public Utilities Commission of the California runs the program and publishes ... More »

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Those wishing to participate in the Lifeline program must have an income that does not exceed 135 percent of the federal poverty level, or else be participating in one of another specific set of government assistance pro... More »

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To qualify for the Federal Communication Commission's Lifeline program for low-income consumers, an applicant must have income less than or equal to 135 percent of the federal poverty level or be a participant in Medicai... More »

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To be eligible for the Lifeline program, a federal program that offers phone service discounts to low-income households, consumers must meet the income requirements or already participate in a qualifying assistance progr... More »

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As of 2015, consumers qualify for the Lifeline wireless program for phone discounts by having an income at 135 percent of the federal poverty line or below. Customers also qualify by taking part in federal or state assis... More »

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