We are proud to expand TruConnect’s Lifeline service to the state of Nevada and hope to expand to more states in the near future.
May 18, 2017
TruConnect Communications, Inc., is expanding its federal Lifeline services to more states in the U.S. and has announced that it will service low-income customers in Nevada. Currently, TruConnect offers Lifeline to households in the states of California and Texas.
Consumers who qualify for the federal Lifeline program will have a choice between two free plan offers:
Unlimited texting, 100 voice minutes, and 500 MB of data, or
- Unlimited text and 500 voice minutes (without data).
They will also have the option to upgrade to a Pay As You Go plan at a reduced cost.
Nevada Lifeline is a federal government program that provides free wireless service to qualifying low-income consumers. The Nevada Lifeline program offers Lifeline service to consumers who can provide documentation for eligibility based on either income level or participation in public assistance programs including SNAP, Section 8, and Medicaid. Consumers may submit proof of eligibility for Lifeline online at truconnect.com or to a local TruConnect Lifeline representative, and only one account is allowed per Nevada household.
Chairman and Co-CEO of TruConnect, Nathan Johnson, commented on the new Nevada Lifeline by stating: “We are proud to expand TruConnect’s Lifeline service to the state of Nevada and hope to expand to more states in the near future.”
TruConnect is one of the nation’s fastest growing providers of Pay As You Go wireless telecommunications services, with an emphasis on providing affordable, flexible technology solutions to low-income communities and budget-conscious customers. To…