How to get Lifeline service in Wisconsin

Wisconsin FREE Lifeline

Wisconsin, known as the dairy capital of the United States, is one of the nation’s leading dairy producers and is particularly famous for its cheese. It’s also nicknamed the Badger State. However, the badger doesn’t refer to the animal but instead to the 1820s lead miners. These men traveled for work and dug tunnels to sleep in and keep warm, much like a badger.

The Noah’s Ark in Wisconsin Dells is the nation’s largest water-themed park, while Milwaukee, the largest city in the state, is the home of world-famous Harley Davidson Motorcycles.

TAG Mobile is proud to be associated with the state of Wisconsin through the Lifeline program. The TAG Mobile Wisconsin Lifeline Service is a government program that offers discounted phone service to eligible low-income families and individuals.

Citizens of the state can get the discounted cell phone service if they meet specific eligibility requirements. As per the Program guideline their household income should be at or below 135% of the federal poverty level. The Lifeline service is restricted to one per household and cannot be combined with any other Lifeline offering.

The Wisconsin Lifeline discounts help consumers lower the cost of their phone bills. TAG Mobile Wisconsin Lifeline Services offers a variety of flexible prepaid plans to fit the customers’ needs. They can change their plan every month as per their requirements, and can also add minutes anytime at their convenience.

Eligible customers signing up for TAG Mobile Wisconsin Lifeline service receive:

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

Moreover, TAG Mobile Wisconsin Lifeline Service Plan has many advantages for the subscribers, which include:

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

Apart from the low-income criteria, customers can also sign up for the Lifeline program if they are participating in any of the government subsidy programs given below:

• Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
• Medicaid “Badger Care” (not Medicare)
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
• Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)
• Veterans or Survivors Pension
• Wisconsin Works (W-2)
• National School Lunch Program’s free lunch program (NSLP)
• Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
• Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
• Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
• Head Start (meeting income qualifying standards)
• Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)

For more details, you can contact us at: 1-866-959-4918 (Customer Service).