Residents of the State of Georgia can enroll in AmeriMex Wireless free government phones assistance program and receive a handset at no cost. The free mobile handset comes with a number of free minutes given every month. The company primary serves Hispanic customers and has several differences from the other Lifeline programs.
The biggest difference is that a person who wishes to sign up with Amerimex Wireless can use a merchant service for doing so. A merchant can log on online, at the company’s official site, www.amerimexwireless.com, and submit an application for an applicant. It is especially convenient for people who want to get free phones for seniors or have a literacy problem.
No matter the way the person applies, all prospective subscribers have to meet qualifying rules. To enroll with AmeriMex, one needs either to have a low-income level (set by the federal government guidelines) or to be an active participant of one of the authorities’ assistance program. Be ready to provide a proof of your enrollment with those assistances when you apply. You have to be a receiver of at least one program to apply for a free phone from AmeriMex Wireless. The list of the eligible programs along with some examples of documents proving your current enrollment is given below.
- Public Housing Assistance (FPHA) or Section 8 (Award letter from local Public Housing Agency (PHA), Public Housing Assistance Lease Agreement or Section 8 voucher).
- Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) (Award letter from the state agency, Utility bill that reflects the House Assistance credit).
- National School Lunch Program’s Free Lunch Program (NSLP) (Award letter from local Public Housing Agency (PHA).
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) (Award letter from the state agency, Benefit check stub from the Social Security Administration).
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) (Award letter from the state agency).
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) previously Food Stamps (Beneficiary card, Award letter from the state agency).
AmeriMex Wireless has several service plans with a different amount of free minutes or texts in each of them. It also has a Non-Lifeline plan, which can be used by other members of your family, if you all prefer to get the wireless services from the same provider. The company also assists with getting a hearing aid compatible handsets if requested (LG VX8350, Motorola, Samsung SPHM330, and Sanyo SCP2700, all of them having M4 and T4 ratings).
For more information or additional consultations, as well as applying for the service, it is advised to contact AmeriMex Wireless customer service (AmeriMex Communications Corp.) directly.
Recently, AmeriMex Wireless has been re-branded as SafetyNet Wireless. Please, refer to http://www.safetynetwireless.com/ for more info.