About SafetyNet Wireless

SafetyNet Wireless is a cell phone service provider that participates in both the Lifeline and ACP government benefit programs. Lifeline provides monthly telephone service discounts to income-qualifying consumers. With SafetyNet Wireless you have no monthly bills and no contracts. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides discounts on monthly broadband Internet service.

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SafetyNet Wireless offers Prepaid wireless services as well as wireless service subsidized by the Federal Lifeline program and state programs where applicable. Safetynet now participates in the FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). When you qualify for Lifeline, we’ll give you a FREE* phone to get started, plus you’ll get FREE Talk, Text, and Data** EVERY month!

Currently, SafetyNet provides Lifeline in several states, including California, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

*Free phone not available in all states and plans. **With qualifying Lifeline service. The amount and cost of data vary by state.

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Not Sure if You Are Eligible for Lifeline? See More About How to Qualify!

Annual Lifeline Recertification

To remain eligible to participate in the Lifeline program, each calendar year, all subscribers must verify that they are still eligible for the program. Subscribers who fail to recertify their eligibility will be de-enrolled from the program and will lose their Lifeline benefit.

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1 Who needs to recertify?

Lifeline recertification is required annually. All subscribers who originally enrolled in the Lifeline program in a year prior to the current year are required to recertify.

2 When can recertification be done?

The rules have changed. Recertification must be done prior to your Lifeline anniversary date each year. And it can’t be done until you are within 150 days of that date.

3 What if I don't recertify by the end of the year?

Subscribers who don’t complete successful recertification by the end of the year will be de-enrolled from Lifeline and will no longer receive Lifeline supported service.

4 I live in Pennsylvania and I submitted my recertification online. What else do I need to do?

Pennsylvania requires Lifeline participants to submit proof of continued eligibility each year. To complete your certification and maintain continued Lifeline service, you will need to submit proof of your qualifying program.


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States Were We Provide Lifeline







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Our Customers

We are passionate about helping people through the products and services we offer.
Here's what our customers are saying about SafetyNet Wireless.

Antonio H.
Oceanside, CA

I receive benefits and I'm on a very tight budget. Without SafetyNet and the Lifeline program I wouldn't be able to afford a phone. This one was free for me!

Marcos T.
San Jacinto, CA

I couldn’t believe it was true, but it was. I got a free phone and even upgraded my plan and added a little extra text and talking time.

Camila S.
Bakersfield, CA

SafetyNet Wireless helped me get a free phone and that gives me peace of mind. I don’t know what I’d do if I had an emergency and didn’t have any way to call 911.

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