What is Lifeline?
Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the cost of phone or internet service. This benefit provides eligible consumers with a monthly discount of up to $9.25. Consumers living on Tribal lands are eligible for an enhanced discount of up to $34.25 per month.
Households can qualify for the Lifeline Program if the household income is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or if a member of the household meets one of the following criteria:
Households located on qualifying Tribal lands may also qualify based on participation in one of the following Tribal assistance programs:
To determine your eligibility for the Lifeline Support Program, contact us or follow this link to the online Lifeline application.
If you would like to file a complaint with the FCC about a billing or service issue, you can do so here.
Oregon Lifeline is a federal and sate program, managed by the Oregon Public Utility Commission, that
provides a discount of up to 12.75 on Phone service for qualifying low-income households. The program
limits the Lifeline discount to one per household for either phone or broadband service.
You may be applicable for the Lifeline benefit through a government assistance program or through
Apply at www.lifeline.oregon.gov or call 1-800-848-4442 to request and application.