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Oklahoma: Listing of Free Government Phone Providers

Thanks to the Federal Lifeline program and the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), eligible low-income Oklahoma residents can get help with their phone bills.Oklahoma

In the past, prior to the creation of the Affordable Connectivity Program, there were only two options:

  • Receive a monthly discount on a landline phone
  • Receive a free government phone with free talk/text, and data.

Now, with the Affordable Connectivity Plan (formerly the EBB), qualified residents can either receive a free device or a discount on the purchase of a device such as a tablet, laptop, or computer. In addition to the discounted or free device, the ACP affords free unlimited talk, text and data (sometimes the data is not unlimited, depending on the phone company participating in the government programs).

While most landline phone service providers can offer the discounted landline option (call your current landline company and ask), not all offer free government phones. Below is a listing of the phone companies servicing Oklahoma that participate in the Lifeline and/or Affordable Connectivity Programs:

This list may not contain all phone companies offering free cell phones. We will continue to update the list as we find more free phone service providers in the Oklahoma area.

Oklahoma Lifeline Fact: As of October 2022, according to the Universal Service Administrative Company USAC, Factonly a little over 147,000 eligible Oklahoma households are taking advantage of Lifeline benefits. That sounds like a lot until you compare it to the 487,439 total households that are eligible. In other words, only about 30% of the eligible households are utilizing the savings they can enjoy by signing up with Lifeline.

If you know someone who would benefit by signing up, please share this with them.


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Last Modified: 22 November 2022

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