FREE Government Cell Phone by SAFELINK WIRELESS, for Low Income.

May 28, 2009

The government and Tracfone – (Safelink Wireless) have stepped up to the plate and hit a homer with this one.

You get a basic, free cell phone complete with a wall charger and they supply you with a certain amount of roll over minutes per month, every month, to use as you wish. All Free and No Contracts Involved.

You can also buy extra minutes on a phone card, sold at local convince stores, shopping centers and many gas stations to add more time to the phone if you ever run out, or want more time before the next month.

The qualifications and amount of minutes change by state. You can see if you qualify for the free phone and sign up at their site listed below.

It’s real easy to sign up and not to bad of a deal, considering that it doesn’t cost you a dime and provides you with your very own 24-7 cell phone to use as you need.

The only catch is you can only get one per household. If you have two people in the same house who need them, then one of you just go purchase a pay as you go phone for $19 bucks and pay for your own minutes or split the cost. This is a very affordable way to have phone service between two people who really can’t afford contract phones.

So get them, but use them sparingly, keeping down the chit chat and you will never be without a phone again. It’s a real help and money-saver.

I haven’t heard of a cutoff date for getting the phones or a date when the free usage will stop, so go to SAFELINK WIRELESS.COM and see if you qualify.

You can completely register by calling them at 1-800-SAFELINK, or on their site at one of the links provided here. It’s Free, Completely Confidential, And A Big Help To Anyone Who Is Having It Tough.

Thanks for this one TracFone and Uncle Sam.

Reachout Wireless has just come up with the free phone offer also.

To get your Free Phone, CLICK on one of the following links. Then follow their instructions. SIMPLE!


Here’s a few more HOT TIPS

Those old unused cell phones are perfect for older more responsible kids and teens who have been taught how to use 911. Let them carry one with them when they go out and you will feel a little more at ease while they are gone.

They are great to keep as a spare emergency phone in your vehicles, or to take when you are on vacation also.

Give them to visiting out-of-town relatives who don’t have a cell phone to carry during their stay, and they will never forget it.

Give one to an older relative who doesn’t want a cell phone. Explain to them that 911 is free and they can keep it charged at home for an extra phone to use in emergency’s or they can carry it with them when they go out and it won’t cost them a dime. It could save their life!

You can also donate them to charities and recyclers. There are even a few organizations that take used cell phones and in exchange provide our active duty service men and women with free phone cards to use as they want. These programs may be hard to find locally, but are definitely worth donating to. Search “used cell phone donations’ in your search engine to find one near you.


Now Here is a Little Stress Reliever to Ease your Day.

  1. angela
    January 27, 2010 at 5:22 PM

    Im trying to fill out an application for a free phone im not able to get to the website

    • bankruptnooption
      January 27, 2010 at 5:59 PM

      If the page ( FREE PHONE!!! ) at the top isn’t working for you, please borrow someones phone and call Reachout Wireless direct to register by phone. Their number is 1-877-870-9444. You can call Safelink Wireless if you prefer. Their number is 1-800-SAFELINK.
      It’s the easiest way to sign up for one.

  2. willie j
    January 24, 2010 at 5:09 AM

    Hello my name is willie j and i was wondering if you could send me a application so that i could apply for a phone my address is il 62002

    • bankruptnooption
      January 24, 2010 at 1:22 PM

      There isn’t a printed form to apply. Just go here to the top of any page and click the FREE PHONE!!! tab and then choose by clicking on a provider to sign up with.
      Hope this helps you Willie.

  3. heather
    January 15, 2010 at 6:27 AM

    can i get a new phone as soon as possible

    • bankruptnooption
      January 15, 2010 at 7:07 AM

      Go to FREE PHONE!!! at the top of the page.

  4. heather
    January 15, 2010 at 6:24 AM

    wanna upgrade the phone

    • bankruptnooption
      January 15, 2010 at 7:09 AM

      Call your service provider.

  5. Bever Oregon
    November 4, 2009 at 9:51 PM

    wow this is great the rest of us have to work for luxuries that the government is handing out at tax payers expense

    • bankruptnooption
      November 4, 2009 at 11:52 PM

      Bever Oregon,
      I fully agree with you that there are mooches and then there are those who have fallen on hard times. After working 33 years of paying wage earned taxes that have gone to mooches and the unfortunate, I am now one of the unfortunate, who has lost their job, home, home phone, cell phone, credit, and still have to pay taxes on collected unemployment.
      If it weren’t for those who have been fortunate enough to retain their jobs like you, who can pay taxes to a government that is willing to institute programs that help fellow Americans through tough times when they are down, (discard the mooches), then there would be nothing in this country for Americans to fall back on, in hard times.
      I hope you never fall back on hard times and thank you for the luxury of 68 free minutes a month, which is allowing me to find another job, so I can get rid of the darn taxpayer phone and get back my Blackberry that I can no longer afford, putting me back on your tax paying side of the fence once again.
      Funny how things work, isn’t it!

  6. tempimpact
    November 11, 2009 at 10:29 AM

    lets see. one phone for each household. i guess i live next door now… what happens if you loose the phone? or if it breaks? can I get a new one? my neighbor has one. he has retired. collects ss. he has his own cell phone, so he doesnt use the government phone. now the phone has over 1000 minutes.

  7. bankruptnooption
    November 11, 2009 at 6:42 PM

    Wow, over 1000 minutes. That’s more than 14 months of time. He must have been the first to get one, although I thought the offer is less than a year old yet, because you have to renew at the end of a year and I haven’t heard of anyone ready to do that yet….
    You are entitled to one replacement per person if anything happens to it, so do not let the kids use it for a puck in their hockey game! Take care of it.

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