GCI Alaskan Lifeline Plans
GCI’s provides phone service to some of the most remote locations. As such, they are able to offer eligible Alaska residents the benefits of the federal Lifeline program. The Lifeline program offers free and discounted phone service to low-income households who would otherwise have a difficult time affording phone service.
What GCI’s Lifeline Offers
Currently, GCI offers two different Lifeline plans. There’s the wireless mobile plan (Lifeline Mobile) and the wired plan (Wireline) as explained below:
Lifeline Wireline Plan
While the wireless Lifeline plan is available throughout Alaska, the Wireline plan is not. Therefore, before choosing a plan, check to see what is available in your area
The above plans are not free (but very close to free). The monthly charge for either plan is $1 per month.
How to Qualify
If your household income is at or below 135% Federal Poverty Guidelines or you or a member of your household participates in any one of the following government assistance programs, you qualify to receive Lifeline benefits:
If you either participate in one of the programs or have a qualifying household income, the next step is providing documented proof. If you qualify based on income, provide any one of the following documents:
Or any other official document containing income information.
Similarly, to prove program participation you can provide one of the following:
If you are unsure of what type of documentation to provide, visit the USAC website for more information.
How to Apply
Since Alaska participates in the National Verification program, you can begin the application process by visiting CheckLifeline.org. By receiving approval through the National Verification program, you then are eligible to approach any Lifeline provider and aply for service. If you prefer, you can contact GCI directly via phone 800-800-4800, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit one of their store locations.
A few Lifeline Stipulations:
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Last Modified: 7 June 2021
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