FREE Government Phone Service* In Connecticut

FREE 5.5GB DATA*

WITH FREE UNLIMITED TALK & TEXT*

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*Promotional offer subject to eligibility for Affordable Connectivity Program; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes.

Free Government Phone Service in Connecticut with the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a government benefit program that provides discounts on monthly broadband Internet access service and gives low-income individuals and households the opportunity to get free government cell phone service in Connecticut. ACP can enable eligible customers to access health care, education, employment, and to stay in touch with loved ones. Apply today! You may be eligible to receive an upgraded plan that includes free talk, text, and data every month!

The enTouch Wireless ACP plan now offers FREE UNLIMITED Talk & Text + 5.5GB Data!*

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Get FREE Unlimited Talk/Text & 5.5GB Data* 

Claim Your FREE Government Phone Service

FREE Monthly Talk, Text, & Data!*

What You Need

How It Works

  • Submit an online application for our FREE ACP Plan
  • Receive and activate your FREE enTouch Wireless SIM card
  • Enjoy FREE Talk, Text, and Data!*

*Promotional offer subject to eligibility for Affordable Connectivity Program; may be changed or withdrawn at any time; see plan page details; subject to our Terms and Conditions of Service and Agreement to Arbitrate Disputes. GSM Coverage required.

Do I Qualify for FREE Service?*

You may qualify for ACP free government phone service in Connecticut if you are a recipient of an approved government assistance program or meet income guidelines. Check out the programs and income guidelines below.

QUALIFY BY PROGRAM

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 SNAP / FOOD STAMPS

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MEDICAID

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SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI)

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VETERANS PENSION AND SURVIVORS BENEFIT

WHAT DO I NEED?

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FEDERAL PUBLIC HOUSING ASSISTANCE (FPHA)

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You may qualify for ACP benefits and free government cell phone service in Connecticut if your total household income meets the poverty guidelines for your state. Below, you’ll find the income requirements for a free government phone plan in Connecticut.

Qualify by Income in Connecticut

Persons in Household Income
1 member $29,160
2 members $39,440
3 members $49,720
4 members $60,000
5 members $70,280
Each additional member $10,280

*Based on 200% of the 2023 Federal Poverty Guidelines.

Source: U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines Used to Determine Financial Eligibility for Certain Federal Programs, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, January 19, 2023. If you provide documentation that does not cover a full year (such as current paycheck stubs), you must submit three (3) consecutive months’ worth of the same type of document from the previous twelve months. NOTE: All new applicants will need to submit proof of government assistance in order to complete enrollment. There are several easy methods to submit proof eligibility; you will be able to select what method is best for you later in the signup process.

Get FREE 5.5GB Data Every Month!*

For A Limited Time Only

FREE 5.5GB Data* + Unlimited Talk/Text*

Eligible new customers can get free government phone service in Connecticut with 100% FREE Unlimited Talk/Text and 5.5GB Data!*

*Promotional 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. GSM coverage required. Data is 3G/4G/LTE based on network availability and device capability. For more information, view our Open Internet Policy.

For all available ACP plans please visit: www.entouchwireless.com/acp-lifeline-only-plans/

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Qualify by income and provide one of the following as proof.

  • Prior Year’s State, Federal or Tribal Tax Return
  • Unemployment/Workers' Compensation Benefits Statement
  • Divorce Decree or Child Support Documents
  • Veterans Administration Benefits Statement
  • Current Income Statement from Employer or Paycheck Stubs
  • Retirement/Pension Benefits Statement
  • Social Security Benefits Statement

Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance (BIA)

BIA Award letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program,
  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Address of the beneficiary
  • Date of the award

Tribal Head Start

Head Start Award letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program,
  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Address of the beneficiary
  • Date of the award

Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)

TANF Award letter, should contain the following basic information:

  • Name of the program,
  • Name of the beneficiary
  • Address of the beneficiary
  • Date of the award

Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR)

Notice of Action (award letter) acknowledging eligibility for FDPIR benefits;

  • Name of the beneficiary;
  • The beginning and ending dates of the award or certification period; and
  • The telephone number of the Food Distribution Program office, and the name and address of the person to contact for additional information.

OR

FDPIR participation documents(e.g., a benefit card or copy of a benefit card);

  • Name of the beneficiary
  • The beginning and ending dates of the award or certification period; and
  • The telephone number of the Food Distribution Program office, and the name and address of the person to contact for additional information.

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.

 

Medi-Cal / Medicaid

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

CalFresh / Food Stamps / SNAP

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

Federal Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Pension and Survivors 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

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

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