Welcome to Utah Lifeline Free Government Smartphones and Free Government Cell Phones Page!
Utah poverty rates showed slight decrease last year. Total 11.3% of Utahns have their annual incomes in the red numbers that are below the poverty level. This percentage makes up almost 332,000 of Americans. Adjacent to it, there are many Utahns who seek financial assistance or benefits from the authorities. Wherever it is a few bucks, a food stamp, or a free phone, all types of help are appreciated by low-income families. Here and there, this help can significantly improve the life of all of us. With this intention, you should consider applying for a free phone/smartphone from the government through Utah Lifeline assistance program.
Lifeline Free Government Cell Phones Program in Utah
Companies providing free government smartphones and cell phones in the Beehive State are numerous. Their features and monthly plans are diverse. Some offer as much as 500 free minutes and unlimited texts for Utah Lifeline subscribers. The list of all free phone companies is written below.
- Access Wireless
- Assurance Wireless
- Blue Jay Wireless
- Budget Mobile
- CHOICE Wireless
- Life Wireless
- Ntua Wireless, Inc.
- Q Link Wireless
- Safelink Wireless
- StandUp Wireless
- Tempo Telecom
- Total Call Mobile
Who is eligible for free government smartphones and free government cell phones in Utah?
You are probably eligible for a free phone from the government if you are a participant of any of the following government-paid programs:
- Food Stamps/ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
- Section 8/ Federal Public Housing Assistance
- Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
- National School Free Lunch Program
You can also qualify based on the household income rule: your household income has to be lower or at the level of 135% of Federal Poverty Guidelines for Utah. For 2016 this number is shown in a table below.
|Household size (number of people)||Eligible annual income per household|
|For each additional person, add||$5,616|
Click here to learn how you can enroll in Utah Lifeline free government smartphones, free government cell phones program.