Monday, March 9, 2015

Stay In Touch With Free Cell Phones

Can you imagine not being able to get in touch with your child’s doctor if they were having a medical emergency? The helplessness of not having a phone that you can depend on is why free government phones are not a luxury. They are a necessity for many people who just cannot afford to have a cell phone.

A free phone for low income families from Budget Mobile takes the fear out of life. You will know that you always have a phone you can get in touch with the doctor, or your employer, or anyone else important in your life. Free of charge. A free phone from Budget Mobile makes all of those things not just a possibility, but a reality.


Have questions? Chat with our customer service staff on our website or get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook. No one should have to go without phone service. Get in touch with us today and we’ll walk you through the steps you need to take to get signed up for government assisted cell phone service.


Free Cell Phones Mean Extra Money in California

Wondering how you can find extra money each month? This is more than just saving money. You’re choosing between either putting food on the table or heating your home. That’s an impossible decision, and one you shouldn’t have to make. With a free government phone, free unlimited text, and free unlimited talk in California, you don’t have to choose anymore.

With a free government phone, you don’t have to worry about an expensive phone bill using up dollars that would be better spent elsewhere. Whether that’s paying medical expenses, making sure your kids have clothes that fit properly, or getting the car fixed, a free phone for low income families is a huge help. Especially when it comes with free unlimited talk and text every month.


Have a question about our free phone service? Send us a note, or you can get in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have about our California LifeLine service. Get your free government phone with free unlimited phone service today.


Monday, March 2, 2015

No Limits With Free Cell Phone Service in California

It’s an unpleasant feeling to know you have certain limits placed on you. Whether that be your budget or the number of marshmallows you can hold in your mouth while still clearly saying “chubby bunny”, limits aren’t fun. That is why our California customers enjoy free unlimited talk and text with a free government cell phone from Budget mobile.

A free phone for low income families removes the limits you have with your current phone plan. No more expensive phone bill and as many minutes and texts you need every month. Period. If you qualify for a free government phone with Budget Mobile, that’s one less bill you have to worry about each month and limits that don’t apply to you anymore.


Want more information? Just visit our website, get in touch with our customer service staff, or get in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re happy to answer any question you may have about the California LifeLine program.


Stay In Touch With A Free Government Cell Phone

Staying in touch seems so simple. Just pick up the phone and dial a number or send a text. Simple, right? Not necessarily. A phone plan can be very expensive and when you’re trying to decide between heating your home, feeding your family, and keeping your phone turned on. When you apply for and are approved for a free government phone from Budget Mobile, you’ll receive free minutes and texts each month.

A free mobile phone makes staying in touch easy for our customers. Whether it’s staying in touch with your doctor, or hearing back from a potential employer, a free phone for low income families makes staying in touch simple. The end of the month becomes something you don’t have to fear.


Sign up on our website in just a few minutes and you’ll receive your phone in just a few weeks. There’s no better way to spend the next 10 minutes. Have questions? Chat with our customer service staff on our website or get in touch with us on Twitter and Facebook.