AirVoice Wireless is a telecommunications company that started as a small service in California. Now, it has grown to become one of the top leading prepaid wireless carriers in the U.S. It offers high-quality mobile devices from the best brands (including cell phones and hotspot devices), flexible plans (monthly, bundle, and pay-as-you-go plans), nationwide coverage, and reliable support services. In 2022, AirVoice was acquired by HTH Communications.
What Services Does AirVoice Wireless Offer?
AirVoice is a phone and wireless service provider that offer a large selection of premium mobile devices. It also offers a variety of plans on AT&T’s nationwide 4G LTE and 5G networks.
AirVoice’s customers can choose from the following plans:
- Unlimited talk and text (no data) plan for $7 a month ($5 with AutoPay)
- 3GB plan for $20 a month ($18 with AutoPay) – it offers unlimited talk, unlimited text, and 3 GB of high-speed data
- 6GB plan for $30 a month ($25 with AutoPay)
- 15GB plan for $36 a month ($30 with AutoPay)
- Unlimited plan for $60 a month ($45 with AutoPay) – it offers unlimited data, talk, and text on a nationwide 4G/5G network
To become an AirVoice customer, you must first purchase an AirVoice phone or bring your own phone, then you can select a plan that best suits you, and finally, you can activate your plan.
AirVoice also offers reliable hotspot services and a well-trained support team. However, the company does currently not offer any government assistance services or benefits, as it doesn’t participate in the Lifeline or the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Which Are Available AirVoice Wireless Phones?
In addition to hotspot devices, AirVoice Wireless also offers an impressive selection of mobile phones from the top brands, including Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, Motorola, and LG. Currently, the company offers the following devices and many more:
- Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
- OnePlus 9 Pro
- TCL 10 5G
- OnePlus Nord N200 5G
- LG V60 ThinQ 5G
- Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G
- Apple iPhone 12
- Google Pixel 5
- Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
- Alcatel Revvl 5G
- Motorola Razr 5G
- Motorola G Stylus 5G
These phones are highly discounted. For example, the popular Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G is offered at $275, even though its full price is $985.79.
See the selection of all AirVoice Wireless phones at airvoicewireless.com/phone.
Can I Get an AirVoice Wireless Free Government Phone?
While AirVoice offers a large number of highly discounted devices from the world’s best brands, it currently doesn’t offer free government phones. AirVoice Wireless free government phones are currently not available for a simple reason – because AirVoice does not participate in a government assistance program.
Free government phones are only offered by the service providers that participate in Lifeline or the Affordable Connectivity Program (or both).
- Lifeline is a federal benefit program that offers discounts on monthly phone, wireless, or internet services. It also sometimes offers free government phones.
- The new Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), on the other hand, offers discounts on monthly broadband services and in certain cases, on internet-connected devices.
- Companies that offer both benefits have the most funds and often offer customers free mobile and data plans with unlimited talk and text, and free mobile devices.
As AirVoice doesn’t participate in any of the two assistance programs, it currently doesn’t offer free services or devices.
Where Can I Get a Free Government Phone if AirVoice Wireless Free Government Phones Are Not Available?
AirVoice Wireless free government phones may currently not be available, however, you don’t have to look far to find another provider that offers free government phones. In fact, three of AirVoice’s affiliate brands participate in both government assistance programs, and they are known as some of the most reputable and generous Lifeline and ACP providers. Like AirVoice, these brands are also owned by HTH Communications. They are AirTalk Wireless, Cintex Wireless, and NewPhone Wireless. These brands offer similar free government phones, services, and application procedures, however, they operate in different states.
AirTalk is an HTH Communications-owned Lifeline and ACP provider that offers free monthly plans with free talk minutes, text messages, and high-speed data, free phones of the customer’s own choosing (flip phones, Android smartphones, and iPhones), and high-end tablets with a huge ACP discount to eligible residents of Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New York, New Jersey, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
See the company’s offer and apply at airtalkwireless.com.
Like AirTalk, Cintex is a Lifeline and ACP company that offers free unlimited plans with high-speed data, talk, and text, free phones, and discounted tablets. It serves the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Maine, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Like AirTalk, Cintex is also owned by HTH Communications, therefore, it is AirVoice Wireless’s affiliate company.
See the list of the company’s generous benefits at cintexwireless.com. To sign up, press ‘Apply Now’ and follow the on-screen prompts.
Finally, there is NewPhone Wireless, an affiliate company of AirVoice Wireless and both Lifeline and ACP providers mentioned above. This company also offers free monthly service plans (Lifeline, ACP, or a Combo plan) that include free talk, text, and high-speed data. NewPhone Wireless also offers free phones (flip, Android, and iPhones) and a one-time ACP discount of up to $100 to purchase a tablet. These benefits are only available to eligible households residing in Louisiana and Wyoming.
Begin your application process and review the plans at newphone.com.
In case none of these companies operates in your area, you can find a company that does offer discounts in your state of residence at lifelinesupport.org/companies-near-me.
How Can I Get a Free Government Phone From Another Provider?
You may be wondering why we keep mentioning ‘eligible’ households and customers. Well, the truth is that these two government assistance programs (Lifeline and ACP) come with certain conditions and requirements and only the households that meet these requirements can apply.
In this section, we’ll dive into the eligibility criteria and see the entire process of receiving a free government phone.
First, you must qualify for Lifeline and/or ACP
Both Lifeline and ACP benefits are limited to one person per eligible household and both require the applicant to be at least 18 years old or an emancipated minor and to be a resident of one of the states where a select company offers its services.
According to government rules, a household qualifies for Lifeline benefits if it meets one of the following conditions:
- Its annual household income is at or below 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
- A household member participates in any of the following Lifeline-qualifying government assistance programs:
- Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit
- A Tribal program, such as the Bureau of Indian Affairs general assistance, Tribally administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Head Start (for those households meeting its income qualifying standard), or the Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations.
According to government rules, a household qualifies for ACP benefits if it meets one of the following conditions:
- Its annual household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
- A household member participates in Lifeline or any of the above-listed Lifeline-qualifying government assistance programs.
- A household member participates in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) or the National School Lunch Program.
- The household has received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year.
Secondly, you must prove your Lifeline/ACP eligibility
During the application process, you will be required to provide some personal information, such as your name, address, date of birth, SSN, etc. And chances are that you will also be asked to prove it. You may need to verify your identity or age with an ID, passport, or birth certificate and your address with a driver’s license or ID. You may also need to prove your emancipation status or life.
Additionally, you will be asked to provide valid official documents that prove your eligibility (low income or program participation). To do so, make a copy of a document that contains all the required information (your name, date, income, or the name of the program, etc.).
Finally, you must apply for the Lifeline/ACP benefits
You can apply for Lifeline/ACP online, via mail, or directly through a provider.
- Apply online at nv.fcc.gov/lifeline?ln=RW5nbGlzaA%3D%3D. Simply complete and submit the application.
- To apply via mail, you must print out an application form, complete it, add copies of proof documentation and send it to Lifeline/ACP Support Center, P.O. Box 7081, London, KY 40742.
- To apply through a provider, you must find one in your area, find the application form on its website, and submit it.