Get a free government lifeline service in Minnesota

Minnesota Free Lifeline program

The mid-western state of Minnesota is known as the ‘Bread and Butter State’ because of its numerous flour mills and butter-making plants. It is also known as the ‘Land of 10,000 lakes’ as it contains more than eleven thousand water bodies. The ‘twin cities’ of Minneapolis and state capital Saint Paul, boast of many cultural landmarks such as the Science Museum of Minnesota and Walker Art Center.

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the largest urban sculpture garden in the country, whereas the Guthrie is the largest regional playhouse in the nation. Minneapolis’ famed skyway system that connects 52 blocks and spans over five miles of downtown, allows people to live, eat, work and shop without having to go outside.

TAG Mobile is proud to be associated with Minnesota through Lifeline Service, which is usually ranked high on most progressive parameters. The TAG Mobile Minnesota Lifeline Service is a government program that offers free Lifeline service to eligible low-income families and individuals.


The discounted cell phone service is for customers who meet specific eligibility requirements such as, government assistance or a household income that is at or below 135% of the federal poverty level. An individual can find out his or her eligibility to get benefits of the program and apply online. As per Program Guidelines, the Lifeline service is restricted to one per household and cannot be combined with any other Lifeline offering.

TAG Mobile provides various flexible plans to fit the customers’ needs. Subscribers can also add minutes and data anytime at their own convenience.

TAG Mobile Minnesota Lifeline Services Eligible Customers Receive:

• 1000 FREE Voice minutes every month
• Unlimited FREE Global texts every month
• 1GB LTE Data every month

TAG Mobile Minnesota Lifeline Service Plan Benefits:

• No Contracts, No Cost
• Nationwide Coverage
• Caller ID
• Call Waiting
• Voicemail

Eligible Subsidy Programs:

• Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) “Food Support”
• Medicaid “Medical Assistance Program (MN) / Prepaid Medical Assistance Program Plus” (not Medicare)
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
• Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
• Veterans or Survivors Pension
• Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
• Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
• Head Start (meeting income qualifying standards)
• Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)