Blue Jay Wireless Lifeline Free Phones Program

Blue Jay Wireless helps all under-income eligible U.S. citizens residing in many states to get a free wireless phone packed with all the needed for quick and reliable communication features and use it with costless monthly plans. It is an excellent opportunity for all those counting every buck since with one of Blue Jay Wireless phones it is easy to stay in touch all the time with no charges whatsoever. This initiative is carried out as a part of the federal Lifeline Assistance program specially created for low-income people across the country. The phones given under Lifeline terms are often referred to as “Obama phones,” though Lifeline has been around since 1985.


Blue Jay Wireless

As of the moment of writing this post, Blue Jay Wireless serves regular and tribal plans to residents of twelve states and Puerto Rico. The current list is:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Hawaii
  • Kentucky
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Nevada
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Wisconsin

One of the best sides of this company is that it has a few Blue Jay Wireless plans for its consumer to subscribe to. In every state it serves, the carrier offers a set of totally free (life line) and prepaid monthly plan options. Every subscriber can then choose a plan to use the free gov phone sent by the BlueJay. For specific plans available in each state, it is advised to check at www.bluejaywireless.com, which is an official carrier’s web. Some of the plans are shown below just as examples of what you can get with this free government cell phone provider.

The three complimentary Blue Jay Wireless plans are Lifeline free plan 125, Lifeline free plan 250, and Lifeline free plan 350. The first one is given in all servicing states (except for the Tribal areas). 125 free voice minutes are transferred to every account monthly, with unused minutes rolling over to the next month (in other plans they expire). The price of one text messages is 1 voice minute, i.e. with this simplest plan you can send 65 texts and make calls for 60 airtime minutes at no cost within one month. If you run out of minutes/texts, additional ones can be bought with the refill cards. Besides, it is possible to switch to other plans with small monthly fee and more minutes, or even get one of the unlimited plans for some extra cash.

Blue Jay Wireless Eligibility

To qualify for a free cell service from BlueJay Wireless, it is necessary to meet state-specific and federal requirements. There are program and income eligibility options. Under the first one, prospective applicants, before filling in the Blue Jay Wireless application online or on paper, have to make sure they are receivers of help through assistance programs like Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (also called the Food Stamps), 8th Section of FPHA, Medicaid (and not Medicare!), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), and some others (the complete list is given at blujaywireless.com.) Income eligibility options enable you to enroll Blue Jay and get its free wireless phone by having your income within some limits of Federal Poverty guidelines. The last one change every year for the U.S. government.

To become a Blue Jay Wireless subscriber, download, print and complete its application online, then send it by mail, email or fax with proof of your under-banked status.