Wednesday, July 1, 2015

free smart phone

Smart Phones can be one of your best friends for finding directions, checking the weather, and browsing the internet for jobs, but if you don’t understand how to use them, they can be very challenging.  In this article, we’ll cover some of the things you will want to know when changing from a basic cell phone to a smart phone. 

Battery Power 

One big difference between a smart phone and a regular cell phone is the battery life.  In a smart phone, there are often a number of applications and programs running in the background that you can’t see, but their still using your battery power.  To keep these apps and programs from draining your smart phone battery, it is important to close the apps that you’re not using.  Most smart phones offer an easy way to close apps you’re not using, but each smart phone operates differently, so it is important to see how close apps on your specific smart phone.

Apps and Programs that use Data

There are certain many phones and programs that use a lot of data while in use.  When you download an app, watch your data usage carefully to make sure that specific apps aren’t using too much of your data.  After you review what apps are using a lot of data, you will know how much you should or should not use these apps.

Smart Phone Cases 

Using a smart phone case with your phone can extend the life of your phone for many years.  Since most people accidently drop their phone a few times during its life, why not try to protect it from a fall with a case?  You can often times find deals on older phone cases at discount stores such as TJ MAX or Marshalls.  

Using WIFI to Save on Data Usage


free cell phone data

A great way to save your data is to connect to your local wifi signal.  Many large retailers and restaurants these days have free wifi that you can connect to.  This includes; Wal-Mart, Target, McDonalds, and many other places where you can connect for free.  By using these companies free wifi, you don’t have to use your own data.  So the next time you’re at the grocery store, go ahead and download your emails on your new smart phone!

Free Smart Phones with Budget Mobile

Can’t afford a smart phone?  Budget Mobile offers free smart phones through a government program called LifeLine to those who can’t afford cell phone service.  This includes a free government phone and free cell phone service that includes free calls, texts, and 250mb of data in California and 500mb ofdata in Oklahoma



Thursday, June 25, 2015

NEW - Free 250MB of Data + Free Unlimited Calls & Texts for California


Do you find it difficult to save money while the cost of nearly everything you buy is going up?  Budget Mobile understands that not everyone can afford a cell phone service, which is the reason it has partnered with the government funded LifeLine Phone Plan program.  This program includes a FREE phone with FREE Unlimited calling minutes, Unlimited text messages, and now includes 250mb of FREE data for those that qualify and live in California.

Budget Mobile has been providing free government assisted cell phone service including a free government phone now for thousands of Californians who are in need of financial assistance.  This LifeLine Phone program through Budget Mobile allows many people access to what many people take for granted such as calling or texting a family member for childcare help, calling to setup a doctors appointment, or using a map feature on a smart to help them find the nearest bus stop or gas station. 

The new option of free cell phone data to the residents of California who qualify is expected to help out thousands of people.  With the majority of American’s being connected online every minute of the day, this new FREE 250mb of data will help those who cannot afford a data plan to stay competitive with the rest of the people that live California.

This means they can access time sensitive emails from potential and current employers, help register for appointments online such as a doctors appointment, or to find the nearest grocery store.


Do you know if you qualify for a free government cell phone through Budget Mobile? You may qualify if you are currently enrolled in government-funded programs such as food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, or housing assistance.  To see if you qualify for a free LifeLine Phone that includes FREE cell phone service with Unlimited Calls, Texts, and 250mb of data, click here. 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Cutting Cable and Free Cell Phone Service Helps You Save


Have you ever looked at how much your spending each month on cable TV?  Have you ever started out with an introductory offer only to forget about when the price increased?  The average cable TV bill cost $86 each month; this comes out to $1032 a year. 

Did you know that you can get most of your network TV channels for free through your TV already with an antenna?  You can often times get a TV antenna for less than $30 and you still get all the main TV channels and shows you have come to love.


Another great way to save money is to apply for free phone service through the Budget Mobile LifeLine cell phone program that includes a free government cell phone and free calls, texts, and in some cases, free data. 

To qualify for a free phone including free phone service through the Budget Mobile LifeLine Plan, there can only be one person per household using the government LifeLine Plan.  Applicants must also qualify by participating in one or more of the popular government financial assistance programs such as food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, and other programs listed here. Applicants may also qualify based on Income levels determined by each state.


To see if you qualify, click here to enter your zip code to see what free government cell phones and free phone service plans are available in your area. 

Monday, June 1, 2015

Oklahoma - FREE Smart Phones with FREE Calls, Text, & 500mb Data

Budget Mobile now offers FREE government phones in Oklahoma. For residents of Oklahoma having a hard time paying their monthly bills, Budget Mobile offers FREE unlimited calls, texts and 500mb of data for those that qualify.

By freeing up the money that you pay for a monthly cell phone plan, you can use that money to help feed your family, pay for a doctors, fix your car, and the list goes on.

To qualify for a free government phone in Oklahoma, you must be a resident of the state, and participate in one of the eligible financial assistance programs in Oklahoma.  Common programs include; Food Stamps, Medicaid, and Federal Housing Assistance. Only one person may qualify per household. 

This LifeLine Phone Plans offered by Budget Mobile which include free smart phones, free unlimited calling and text messages, and 500mb of free data are part of a government benefit program designed to provide up to date communication for all U.S. citizens. To see if you qualify for a free phone with free calls, text messages, and 500mb of data, please visit BudgetMobile.com

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Free Cell Phones and Monthly Budgets Help Save Money


If you're looking at your paycheck and wondering how you're going to cover all your expenses, setting up a monthly budget is a great way to make sure you're living within your means.  The first step to setting up a budget is to look at what you need to have to get by each month and what the associated cost are.  This does not include extra's such as going to the movies or going out to a restaurant once or twice a month.  Below is a partial list of basic necessities that most people need each month.  For a complete list of items you should consider budgeting for,  click here
  • Rent/Mortgage
  • Renters or Home Insurance
  • Utilities - gas/electric
  • Water/Sewage/Trash
  • Phone (Free phone plans are available through Budget Mobile to those who qualify)
  • Internet
  • Food
  • Daily toiletries - shampoo, soap, etc.
  • Gas or transportation cost
  • Auto Insurance 
  • Health Insurance
  • Healthcare Cost
  • Clothing
After reviewing all of your monthly expenses, review what income you have coming in on a monthly basis to see if you're able to cover your monthly expenses.  If you have any extra money left over from your paycheck when you compare it to your expenses, you can leave a little extra money for unexpected events and the rest should go into a savings account.  

Save money with FREE cell phones including free calls and texts


Budget Mobile offers free government cell phones that include free calling and text messaging for those that qualify.  Qualifications vary by state, but you can qualify in most states if you are receiving food stamps(SNAP), you are on Medicaid, or receive financial housing assistance.  It is important to know that only one person per household can qualify for a free cell phone that includes free calls and text messages.  

To learn more about free government cell phones including free calls and text messages through Budget Mobile, contacts us through the Budget Mobile Facebook Page or Visit our FAQ Page for more information.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Save Money with Coupons & Free Government Phones

Save Money with Coupons

Does the thought of shopping with coupons sound like a lot of work?  The truth is that with the right shopping plan in place, shopping with coupons can be enjoyable and save you a lot of money.  Over the years, extreme couponing has received a lot of attention by how much money some people are saving.

To make couponing fun and save you a lot of money, there are a few things that you can do.


  1. Order the Sunday paper, you can sometimes sign up at the grocery store on the weekends and the sales people will give you an extra gift card for signing up.  If there are a lot of good coupons in the Sunday paper, it's sometimes worth going out and buying another paper to get more coupons.
  2. Look at the flyers and circulars that come out on a weekly basis.  These usually come out on Wednesday and Sundays. Try to match up your coupons to the items on sale.
  3. Find out what stores double or triple manufactures coupons.  This can really add up your savings!
  4. Once you find a store that doubles or triples coupons, keep going to that store.  By signing up for their loyalty program, you will get more and more coupons and discounts in the future by using the same store.
  5. Make a list or plan what you want to buy before you go to the store.  This will save you time and keep you from over-spending.
  6. Shop the clearance aisles - Day old bread on clearance often taste just as good as the full priced bread. To keep it fresh longer, store it in the fridge. Once it starts getting hard, you can make toast or croutons out of it.  
  7. Last, don't think of it as a chore, think of it as a game to see how much you can save.  There are often percentages saved on the bottom of your receipt.  Try to see how much you can save by beating last weeks percentage!
To learn more about how you can save money with couponing and to find the latest deals visit thekrazycouponlady.com

As you can see, shopping with coupons is easy to do and can save you lots of money.  Do you know what else is easy to do and can save you a lot of money?  Signing up for a Budget Mobile LifeLife program. Through this program, you may qualify for a free government phone that includes free calls and free text messages

To Qualify, you usually have to be on a financial assistance program such as food stamps, Medicaid, housing assistance, or other programs selected by the state you live in. 

To learn more about the Budget Mobile LifeLine program offering free phones with free calls and text messages, go to the website at BudgetMobile.com.  You can also contact Budget Mobile through their support page, Facebook, or Twitter.   

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Public Libraries and Free Cell Phones Help Californians Save Money


Public Libraries are much more than free paperback and hardcover books these days.  They are a true community resource that have evolved over the years to help bring the community together and provide resources that can help all types of people.

Not too long ago, the public library was limited in its resources it provided the community as it generally only rented out books, magazines, and maps at no cost to the community.  Over time, public libraries have evolved to keep pace with its communities changing needs.  There are still thousands of books for people to check out and the topics cover anything from your favorite romance novel to a guide on how to remodel your bathroom.  To adjust to the busy lifestyle of people these days, public libraries also offer audio books for people on the go, such as when you are driving to and from work or on a family road trip. 

Libraries often provide a great place for many people to conduct work as they usually have desk and cubbies where you can stay focused.  This can be a great getaway for people searching for a job or people who work from home that just need to get out of the house.  It also beats the local coffee shop where you typically spend $5 each time you go and you usually have someone waiting for you to get up and leave.

In addition to these great offerings, public libraries often times have free Internet, free movie and DVD rentals, and they also have hundreds of events for children.

Another great way in which you can save money is through the Budget Mobile LifeLine program.  This is a government-assisted program that is designed for people have trouble applying for a cell phone or when they have a cell phone, paying the monthly bill.  Budget Mobile offers a free LifeLine phone that includes unlimited calls and text messages.

Free Cell Phones for People in California

Through this free government cell phone program, you never have to worry about where you are going to come up with the money to pay your monthly bill or if you’re going to go over a monthly minute or text message limit.

Free Cell Phone Qualifications

To see if you qualify for a free government cell phone, click here to see if you meet the requirements.  If you are receiving assistance from one of the other government assisted programs such as foods stamps or government assisted housing, you can qualify for a free cell phone from Budget Mobile.

If you have additional questions on whether you qualify for a free government cell phone through Budget Mobile, please contact us through our chat service or through our Facebook or Twitter pages.