Free Cell Phone and Minutes

Safelink is giving away a Free cell phone and 250 Free minutes. I believe it is a gov’t sponsored program for those that are income eligible.  Currently offering service in Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, DC, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia and Wisconsin

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  1. Shelley says:

    Ok, I love a great deal and love couponing, but should the government really be in the business of giving people cellphones? I am not sure this is how I want my tax dollars spent. For many years while most of my friends had cell phones, I did not. It just was nit in my budget. I would’ve never expected the government to buy me one either.

    • I TOTALLY agree! I’ve been seeing the commercials for a while now and have wondered where the money to pay for this comes from. Cell phones are not a necessity! I’m a little disappointed that it’s being ‘advertised’ here

    • I’m on this program and it truly is a blessing. The government wastes money on plenty of other things, but I really think this is a great program. Some people just cannot afford a cell phone, let alone a landline phone. I’m not able to afford a cellphone, but what if I get into an accident or break down one day while driving? Thanks to this phone, I’ll be able to get help.

    • Shelley says:

      As I mentioned, I went without a cellphone for a long time, because I could not afford one. While everyone is entitled to there own opinion, I think a cell phone is a luxury, not something someone has to have, like food.

  2. stephanie rishel says:

    it says on the safelink website “for income eligible”

  3. go to that website and read the details. You have to give up the LifeLine credit on your landline phone bill in order to get this cell phone, also, if you or your family member gets any government assistance like Food Stamps (45 million US residents get them), Medicad, Section 8 housing assistance, you can apply and get a free cell phone, a very basic one (not the Iphone) :) and up to 250 minutes per months. So, at least 45 million Americans are getting food stamps to buy the food are most likely eligible to get that cell phone. No a shame with this, if the government offers it. You don’t steal it. Good luck for those who’ll get that service.

  4. can we trust this website because we need to give them our social for that so….. please reply on that email

    • Check it out further if you want to do it. I believe that they ask for your SSN because you have to income-qualify. Always do your homework and only do a deal if you feel comfortable.

  5. It is faster if you apply online, but if you do not feel comfortable with that you can apply over the phone. It will take longer to get your phone. Of all the “free” cell phone plans, I thought this one was the best. I received a Samsung T105…no camera and it is not a Smart Phone. I found the antenna weak and it is hard to hear so maybe you can ask them about other phone alternatives. The phone you receive may vary state to state. Your minutes WILL NOT Roll over if you don’t use them. The 250 free minutes start at the beginning of each month. If you have not owned a cell phone before, just remember, one conversation can use up 20 minutes very fast. Save your phone for necessary phone calls rather than chit chat. Always remember to recharge your battery at very opportunity. This phone comes with a home charger, but not a car charger. I got a car charger cheap doing this: Dollar General had a sale over the Holidays on the same model phone pack for $5.00. For $5 I got a car charger, an extra phone battery, a phone case, and another phone..(you cannot use this phone on the program), but you can use the replacement parts if yours ever breaks. I think these phone packs sell regularly for $10/$15 but it is a better deal than buying a generic car charger for $15 or higher. Happy pinging !

  6. Spartacus Terrier says:

    Give a man a fish, and you’ve feed him of a day. Teach a man to fish and you’ve fed him for life.

    The government should spend money on things like job creation and training, not giving out cell phones, so people can buy thier own.

    Just because they are giving people cellphones doesn’t make this right. Where then does this stop? Should the government provide me with internet service or perhaps a car? Where does personal resposibility fit in to today’s world??

    • The gov’t already provides internet service. I saw it on TV.

      • Spartacus Terrier says:

        Well, I find that very sad. I have a daugther that works part time at a department store. We (her siblings and I) struggle to get her to and from work because she does not have a car. I cannot afford to buy her one, but we are all working together to help her out. Using this logic, why doesn’t the government buy her a car. She needs it to get back and forth to work… maybe if I had free cell and internet from the government, I could put the money I would save towards helping her with the car — This is today’s thinking I guess, but to be quite honest, I feel government help should be everyones very last resort, and only for things like food. The rest, is up to you.