The first commercial broadcast station in the world was KDKA in Pittsburgh.
The first all-motion-picture theater in the world was opened in Pittsburgh.
The first U.S. zoo was built in Philadelphia in 1876.
The first baseball stadium was built in Pittsburgh.
The first automobile service station was opened in Pittsburgh.
The first daily newspaper was published in Philadelphia on Sept. 21, 1784.
In 1775 in Philadelphia, Johann Behrent built the first piano in America.
Betsy Ross made the first American flag in Philadelphia.
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Government assistance for wireless service under Pennsylvania Lifeline Service. Eligible low income families and individuals can get discounted cell phone service. Lifeline Service discounts are offered to qualified Pennsylvania customers who meet certain eligibility requirements such as, government assistance or a household income that is at or below 135% of the federal poverty level. An individual or family can check their eligibility online either on the federal website or TAG Mobile's website. Customers can also apply online.
The Pennsylvania Lifeline discounts help consumers lower the cost of their phone bills. As per Program guidelines, the Lifeline service is limited to one per household and cannot be combined with any other Lifeline offering. Each household must choose to get the discount either on a home phone or on a cell phone, but not on both.
TAG Mobile Pennsylvania Lifeline Service offers a variety of flexible prepaid plans to fit your needs. Whether you talk a little or talk a lot, we have a plan for everyone. You can change your plan every month to fit your lifestyle or you can add minutes anytime at your convenience. For more details, please contact us or have your queries answered here (FAQs).
Eligible Customers of TAG Mobile Pennsylvania Lifeline Free Phone Service Receive:
6.5GB LTE Data every month
1000 FREE Voice minutes every month
Unlimited FREE Global texts every month
TAG Mobile Pennsylvania Lifeline Free Phone Service Plan Benefits:
No Contracts, No Cost
Eligible Subsidy Programs:
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Medicaid “Medical Assistance Program / HealthChoices” (not Medicare)