Lifeline Program to Make Sure More Low-income Americans Access Affordable Phone Service

Friday, Jul. 1st 2011 6:41 AM

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is reforming its Lifeline program to stop waste and ensure that multiple carriers do not get support for serving the same consumer. The Lifeline program helps low-income Americans get affordable phone service. Consumers are allowed to have only one Lifeline-subsidized phone service and have 30 days to choose which subsidized phone service to keep. Find out more about what steps customers should take. This link opens a PDF document. This information is also in text format.

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