Assurance Wireless offers its service in Idaho
Assurance Wireless is a Virgin Mobile USA and Sprint’s division, supported by the Lifeline Assistance program, specially designed for providing no-contract wireless service to low-income families. Today, Assurance Wireless has announced that their service is offered in Idaho, in addition to another 34 states where it operates. The list of states can be found on their website.
Anyone who already participates in a Lifeline Assistance programs such as Food Stamps or Medicaid can qualify for the Assurance Wireless service, though, they will need a proof for that or for income. Those who qualify will get a free cell phone along with a 250 free minutes and 250 free text messages per month. Also, customers are eligible to a call waiting, caller ID and access to 911, in addition to a voice mail feature that users get charged for after free minutes are used. Assurance Wireless allows only one account per household.
Assurance Wireless provides additional plans for customers as well. Users can add 250 minutes and 250 texts in addition to free ones and have a total of 500 of both for $5 per month. For $20 per month, customers get 1000 minutes and 1000 texts (250 free minutes and 250 free texts plus 750 minutes and 750 texts) and unlimited talk, text, and web for $30 per month. Assurance Wireless customers can also pay for additional minutes, messages, email, international calling and more at competitive rates.