100% FREE Data, Talk, and Text!*

Our Lifeline plan is a great option for cell phone service. Assist is flexible and works with you to get you the best services, phones, and features to fit your needs!

Enroll with FREE monthly Data, Talk, and Text online or by visiting your nearest Assist Wireless store.

$0

ACP + Lifeline Plan1

Unlimited Talk

Unlimited Text

Unlimited Data*

$0

ACP Only Plan2

Unlimited Talk

Unlimited Text

18.5GB Data

$0

Lifeline Only Plan3

Unlimited Talk

Unlimited Text

4.5GB Data

1Promotional offer subject to eligibility for Affordable Connectivity Program and Tribal Lifeline; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes. 2Promotional offer subject to eligibility for Affordable Connectivity Program; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes. 3Promotional offer subject to eligibility for Tribal Lifeline; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes.

Online Tribal Offer Only

Get A FREE Samsung A11*

With FREE Monthly Data, Talk, & Text

  • CPU Speed – 1.8GHz
  • Rear Camera – Resolution (Multiple) 13.0 MP + 2.0 MP + 5.0 MP
  • Size (Main_Display) – 6.4″
  • Resolution (Main Display) – 720 x 1560 (HD+)

*Promotional offer subject to new Tribal online enrollment only; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; while supplies last; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes.

What Is Lifeline?

Assist Wireless offers a FREE Phone and FREE Lifeline service if you qualify for SNAP/Food Stamps, Medicaid, SSI, or other government programs.

You May Qualify For A FREE PHONE* and FREE SERVICE!

Lifeline is a government benefit that lowers the cost of cell phone service For consumers – most customers stay connected at NO COST!

*Offer subject to eligibility for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and Lifeline for Tribal residents only. Offer may vary by location and ACP Terms & Conditions apply.

Do You Qualify for Oklahoma LifeLine?

If you’re based in Oklahoma, you and your family could qualify for a free phone and free government phone service in Oklahoma today. Determining your eligibility for low-cost service and a free smartphone takes only minutes.

To receive free government phone service in Oklahoma, you must qualify through participation in government assistance programs, tribal programs, or your household income.

By Program Participation

The first way to get Oklahoma government phone service is through an approved government assistance program. To sign up for free government phone service in Oklahoma, your must qualify or participate in the programs below. Examples of qualifying programs for households include:

  • SNAP
  • Medicaid
  • Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
  • Veterans Benefits

You may be eligible for additional free government cell phone service in Oklahoma if you live on tribal lands and participate in tribal programs. Qualifying tribal programs include:

  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
  • Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance to Needy Families

Keep in mind, when applying for subsidized or free cell phones and mobile service with Lifeline, you must provide proof of program participation.

By Income

You may also qualify for free cell phones in Oklahoma if you are considered low-income. Qualified households must prove their annual income is at or below 135% of the current Federal Poverty Line or the poverty guidelines set by Oklahoma.

Income thresholds change by year and vary based on the number of people in your household. The 2022 thresholds for free government phone service in Oklahoma include:

Persons in Household Annual Income
1 $19,683
2 $26,622
3 $33,561
4 $40,500
5 $47,439
For each additional person $6,939

*The table above reflects 135% of the 2023 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

Be sure to check income guidelines annually, as your eligibility status may change for government phones in Oklahoma if your income crosses the outlined thresholds.

If you want to learn more about general qualification requirements and acceptable proof of documentation, click here for more information. All applicants for free government phone service in Oklahoma must provide suitable documentation to support their claims.

Lowest Data Refill Prices

Our refill options are available on an as-needed basis for whenever you may need additional data. Customers can add data to their account by logging in or registering for the online customer portal.

Data

Refills

100MB

$4

500MB

$12

1 GB

$15

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See If You Qualify For Lifeline

Lifeline Program

Due to sharing many of the same eligibility requirements those currently enrolled in the lifeline program may qualify for The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) also.

Medicaid / Medi-Cal

Program Approval Letter, Benefit Statement, or Verification of Coverage Letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program or state equivalent,
  • Name of the beneficiary,
  • Address of the beneficiary, and
  • Date of the award

OR

Eligibility Screenshot or printout from an online portal or website tool, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program or state equivalent,
  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Medical Identification number, OR
  • Case number,
  • Eligibility dates, OR
  • Current participation status

Federal Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans & Survivors Pension Benefit

Pension Grant Letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Participant’s name
  • Address
  • A decision about the participant’s monthly entitlement amount
  • Payment start date

Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA)

FPHA award letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program,
  • Date of the award,
  • Name of the beneficiary, and
  • Award amount.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Approval Letter or Benefit Statement issued by the SSA, or on SSA letterhead.

  • Consumer’s name
  • Date
  • Eligibility Date
  • Claim number OR Other consumer identification number
  • Payment amount

SNAP / Food Stamps / CalFresh

Program Approval Letter, Benefit Statement, or Verification of Coverage Letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program,
  • Name of the beneficiary,
  • Eligibility dates, OR
  • Current participation status

OR

Eligibility Screenshot or printout from an online portal or website tool, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program or state equivalent,
  • Name of the beneficiary,
  • Case number,
  • Eligibility dates, OR
  • Current participation status