Assurance Wireless Maryland
What state has the highest per capital income in the nation? New York? California? New Jersey? No, that honor goes to the state of Maryland (honestly, how many guesses would it have taken you?). Maryland is consistently ranked as one of the best states to live in and to find work for better economic opportunities. It boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation. As always, not everyone has shared in the economic lift however. The state still has over half a million people living in poverty.
Assurance Wireless has been set up to provide service in the state of Maryland. All customers of Assurance Wireless receive a free cell phone and 250 talk minutes every month.
How to Qualify for Assurance Wireless in Maryland
You can qualify for Assurance Wireless service in Maryland under government program-based eligibility criteria as long as no one else in your household currently has a Lifeline phone.
Government Program-Based Eligibility Guidelines
If you are a participant in one or more of the following government assistance programs, you probably qualify for Assurance Wireless phone service in Maryland:
- Medical Assistance
- Food Stamps/ SNAPS
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Temporary Cash Assistance (TANF)
- Temporary Disability Assistance program (TDAP)
- Public Assistance to Adults
- Electric Universal Service Program (EUSP)
- Maryland Energy Assistance Program (MEAP)
If you qualify for Assurance Wireless service under government program-based eligibility guidelines, you are NOW required to send in any supporting documentation at this time. If you qualify under the government program-based eligibility, you do not need to complete the income-based section.
Income-Based Eligibility Guidelines
Unfortunately, there is no income-based provision in the state of Maryland.
For an application for an Assurance Wireless phone as an Maryland resident, please click the link below.
Other free government cell phone providers in the state of Maryland (click the link(s) below to see details about other providers in your state):