Annual Recertification

I. Please enter your TAG Mobile Lifeline information to begin the online recertification form.

PROCESS OVERVIEW
All Lifeline beneficiaries, regardless of their Lifeline service provider, must recertify at least annually that they are still eligible to receive the Lifeline benefit by answering a few simple questions and confirming their continued understanding of and compliance with program rules. This process can be completed with TAG Mobile either online, over the phone with our automated system, on the phone with a live agent, or by mailing or faxing in a copy of the Annual Lifeline Recertification Form.
Lifeline Phone Number*
SSN*
OTHER RECERTIFICATION METHODS

24 hr. Automated Hotline:
1-866-302-5348
Customer Service Agent: 
1-866-959-4918
TAG Mobile is proud to be able to offer the Lifeline benefit to our qualifying customers. By completing the Annual Lifeline Recertification process, you are giving us the opportunity to continue to provide you with free or discounted wireless service with great features and benefits.

II. Please review the information below to ensure it's accuracy.

Name:
Address:
Last 4 SSN:
Date of Birth:
PHONE NUMBER:
Current Eligible Program:
Process overview.
Requirement overview: In order to continue receiving Lifeline benefits with TAG Mobile, LLC (f/k/a dPi Mobile, LLC) you must recertify as to your continued eligibility for Lifeline service and your understanding of the rules and regulations related to participation the Lifeline Program. This Certification is only for the purpose of verifying your continued eligibility for the Lifeline service program and will not be used for any other purpose. Lifeline benefits are federal benefits and making false statements in order to obtain the Lifeline benefit can be punishable by fine or imprisonment, de-enrollment or being barred from the program. Lifeline is a government assistance program and only eligible consumers may enroll in the program. Lifeline service is a non-transferrable service and therefore may not be transferred to any other individual, including another eligible low-income consumer. Only one Lifeline service is available per household. A household is defined, for purposes of the Lifeline program, as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses. A household may not receive multiple Lifeline benefits from multiple providers.
Remember to make at least one phone call each month to prevent your phone from being cancelled. Texting does NOT count.
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