Reachout Wireless Maine
Maine has had a decrease in the amount of unemployed people in the past year. Maine is now only short about 25,000 jobs since the US recession started, a very solid comeback. Most recently, the unemployment number has shown a slight increase, but this might not necessarily be unwelcome news as it shows that some job seekers who were on the sidelines are beginning to look for work again, a sign of greater confidence in the economy. The state as a whole, has a lower rate of unemployment than that of the nation itself, a position it has maintained for quite some time.
How to Qualify for Reachout Wireless in the State of Maine
You can qualify for Reachout Wireless service in Maine 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 ReachoutWireless phone service in Maine :
- Food Stamps/ Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
- National School Lunch (Free Program Only)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Federal Public Housing Assistance/Section 8
- Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
If you qualify under program based-eligibility, you may print out the Reachout Wireless application for Maine by clicking on the link below. If you believe you qualify under income guidelines (maximum household income of 135-150% of the US Federal Poverty guidelines), please visit the Reachout Wireless website and apply online to see if an income provision is available in your state.
Other free government cell phone providers in the state of Maine (click the links below to see details about other providers in your state):