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Lifeline

Lifeline assistance lowers the cost of basic, monthly local telephone service. Only eligible low-income customers may receive the benefits of discounted telephone service.

How do I Qualify?

To be eligible to receive for Lifeline you must participate in one of the following programs:

  • Food Stamps
  • SSI
  • Federal Public Housing
  • Sales Tax Relief
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Head Start (income eligible)
  • Medicaid (SoonerCare)
  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • TANF
  • Tribal TANF
  • Free School Lunch

For more information on Lifeline, please visit the Lifeline Consumers website established by the Federal Communications Commission

To Qualify for Enhanced Lifeline, you must reside on Tribal Land, which is defined as any federally recognized Indian Tribe’s Reservation (The Osage Nation) or former reservations in Oklahoma or an Indian Allotment. Click Here to see a map of Oklahoma showing Tribal Land.

 

Most of Oklahoma is on Tribal Land, except for the following areas: 

  • The Panhandle-Cimarron, Texas and Beaver counties
  • In the Southwest corner of Oklahoma-Greer, Harmon and Jackson counties as well as the area of Beckham County south of the North Fork of the Red River

 

If you do not live on Tribal Lands, you are still eligible for a discount on local phone service and installation.

Eligibility for Lifeline and Toll Limitation Service (TLS) varies by state.  Individuals who reside in states that have their own discount programs qualify for federal Lifeline, and TLS support is they meet the eligibility criteria established by their state.