One Human Community
Oct 052013
 

For most of us a cell phone is the way of connecting with the world. Some of us no longer have landline phones at all. Once a financial hardship strikes and you can no longer afford to pay for your cell phone usage, you’re cut off from the world, even in the event of a life-threatening emergency.
Don’t let it happen to you!

If you can’t afford your cell phone bills, you may qualify to receive a free cell phone and free cell phone service as a part of California Lifeline. Eligibility is income or governmental program-based. So if your income is low or if you’re receiving some type of government assistance you might qualify for a free cell phone and a free cell phone service!

You can apply on one of these Websites:
https://www.reachoutmobile.com/ca_enrollment/contact_info/91605

http://www.assurancewireless.com/public/ValidateZip.aspx

Here is the latest exciting addition to low cost connectivity: seniors, the disabled and other low income individuals may qualify for a low cost Internet access from AT&T! (Just $10 a month!)

Try this link to learn more: https://www.att.com/shop/internet/access/#/

 

Human

I’m Avo Keshishyan, the guy who survived the shift into the “new economy” and in the process discovered – and attempted to meet to the best of his ability! - the needs of his neighborhood. That’s how One Human Community came about. My personal “state of emergency” is over, but the community still needs help.

  3 Responses to “Can’t Pay Cell Phone Bills in Los Angeles”

  1. I am all about the man paying for my bills because I cannot–I am disabled.

  2. intriguednow771@gmail.com'

    How can I get a cellphone I am disabled and can’t afford one how does that work

  3. Hello Sandy,
    If you live in SoCal, please click on one of the links provided above. The first link leads directly to an enrollment form. You’ll have to document your neediness but yes: if you qualify, you’ll receive a free cell phone and cell phone time.
    If you live outside of Southern California, type on Google search: “free cell phone” + your State and chances are that similar programs are available in your area.
    Good luck,
    Avo / One Human Community