SafetyNet Wireless Free Smartphone Lifeline/ACP Plans
According to their website, SafetyNet Wireless offers not only Lifeline wireless plans but they participate in the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and as a result, can offer the additional benefits afforded by both programs. The interesting thing about it is their website clearly outlines the Lifeline programs they offer. However, one has a search hard and deep to find out how they comply with the Affordable Connectivity Program.
They do list the terms and conditions of the Affordability Connectivity Program but what is difficult to find on their site is how they comply with it and what they offer to their customers.
States of SafetyNet Wireless Operation
It is easy to see from their website that they operate in the following states:
And in those states, these are the Lifeline monthly plans they offer:
*Plan available after 90 days of Lifeline service with SafetyNet Wireless
Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Colorado, New York, Missouri, and Non-Tribal Oklahoma
In addition to their lifeline plans, they do have a prepaid program. As such, they offer refills in the event you run out of Data or need additional talk time. Since all of the programs include unlimited texting, there should not be a need to pay for additional texting.
If you do find the need to refill your plan, the schedule of refills are listed below:
Qualifying for the Lifeline Plans
To qualify for the SafetyNet Wireless plan you must be enrolled in the Lifeline and/or the Affordable Connectivity Programs. To enroll, you must meet at least one of the outline requirements below:
Sign Up with Lifeline
If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to sign up with SafetyNet Wireless to receive a free smartphone along with wireless service, you must first enroll in the Lifeline program. To do so, visit the National Verifier website to apply for Lifeline benefits. You will need to have the necessary current documentation to prove that you are eligible for the program. After you’ve completed your application and have been approved, the next step is to apply for service on the SafetyNet Wireless site.
Applying for SafetyNet Wireless Service
When you go to sign up with SafetyNet Wireless the one thing you will note is they make sure to explain that your identification must match exactly the information you put on your application. If it does not, your application will not be approved.
Once your application along with the necessary documentation has been approved, you'll receive your free phone and minutes in according to the plan that you selected.
If SafetyNet Wireless offers additional benefits as a result of the ACP program, it's difficult to find the information on their site. You probably need to contact a customer service representative to request the additional ACP benefit.
Things to Note
There are other wireless companies offering Lifeline and ACP benefits that do not include a $25 activation fee. Do your homework. We list several phone companies on this website that provide free service in your state. Make sure you choose the wireless provider that works best for you.
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Last Modified: 20 November 2022
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