Assurance Wireless service now available in Arizona
Assurance Wireless has announced today that they have added Arizona to the list of states where they offer their service and products to qualifying low-income families. Arizona is 38th state where Assurance Wireless service is available.
Assurance’s service is limited to one account per household. Qualifying users are entitled to a free handset, free 250 voice minutes and free 250 text messages per month. In addition, the free service includes a call waiting, caller ID and access to 911.
For additional $5 per month, users can add 250 minutes and texts to free service and double their allotments to 500. For $20 per month, they can add 750 of both, raising their allotments to 1000 minutes and 1000 texts while for $30 per month, they are entitled to unlimited talk, text and data. There are also add-ons available for voice minutes, text, email and international calling.
To qualify for Assurance Wireless service, customers need to provide a proof of income but usually, those are customers who already participate in Food Stamps or Medicaid programs.
Sprint’s brand Virgin Mobile USA manages Assurance Wireless while Lifeline Assistance program and the federal Universal Service Fund support it.
Source: Phone Scoop