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FREE Smartphone

FREE Service Plan

Medicaid recipients apply here to sign up for the Lifeline Program and Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). Get a FREE smartphone including:

  • Unlimited talk

  • Unlimited text

  • Unlimited data*

How to enroll for the Program? Begin by confirming your eligibility.



    The referral ID field must be all lowercase. Check your referral ID field above!
    Did you check your eligibility first? Be sure to confirm eligibility in the Lifeline Program below, then enter your zip code here!



    Enter in your zip code and complete the application. Once approved, your new phone will be shipped in 1-2 business days. Sign up today!

    Need to verify your
    eligibility or
    information? Check the National Verifier


    What do members need to enroll?

    Medicaid members will only be asked to enter the Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and do not need any formal documentation. The Lifeline for Medicaid Members application will ask:

    • Member first and last name
    • Member Date of birth
    • Last four digits of member’s social security number
    • Member Residence Address
    • Email Address

    Information must match the member’s information in their Medicaid file within the Medicaid database, even if out-to-date. (i.e. If a member has moved but has not yet updated their residence, they must enter the residence address on file.)

    How do I confirm my eligibility?

    All Medicaid members are eligible for the Lifeline Program and Affordable Connectivity Program. We recommend members confirm that they are in the National Verifier BEFORE submitted their application. Members should visit https://www.checklifeline.org/lifeline to confirm that they are listed in the database and the personal information in the National Verifier.

    Members WILL NOT be automatically approved unless their information is listed in the National Verifier OR if the information on the application and within the database do not match.

    How long does the process take?

    Applying is simple and takes no more than a few minutes. Phones will be shipped to the recipient’s home in 1-2 business days.

    If multiple members in the same household qualify for Lifeline and ACP, can they receive multiple free smartphones and plans?

    No, Federal rules only permit one Lifeline and ACP benefit per household. If eligible members within the same household are married, they are considered one household and do not qualify individually. However, it two eligible members live together but maintain separate finances (i.e. contribute to the bill separately), those two individuals are considered different economic units and qualify separately. Customer attestation is required to confirm they are different economic units.

    What if a member is already receiving a Lifeline and ACP benefit?

    Individuals currently receiving the Lifeline and ACP benefit can elect to transfer their benefit to this free, new plan. To do so, members simply need to enroll via this application and their prior benefit will be terminated.  It is important to ask members if they already receive a Lifeline and ACP benefits, such as for their home phone line. If members enroll in this new plan, they will lose their former benefit and be charged the full amount of the broadband service. One can check the member’s phone bill to confirm if a member already receives a Lifeline benefit.

    Do members need to do anything after they submit their application?
    Once members receive the phone in the mail, they must use their phone once per month to keep the program active.
    What if we have more questions during enrollment?

    Once the member enters their zip code, they will be shown the relevant contact information for our customer support team.

    What if a member’s shipping address is different from their residence address within their Medicaid file?

    Members can opt to select a separate shipping address. Members must check the relevant box and enter their current shipping address.

    Can I enroll on behalf of a child?

    Children who are on Medicaid also qualify for the Lifeline and ACP Programs. A child’s guardian can enroll in the program on behalf of that child.

    What if I have questions about using my device?

    Please contact the wireless carrier with any technical questions regarding using the device.

    What if I want to keep my current phone number?

    The Member should notify customer support of their desire to port over an existing number.  The Member will then receive a text message asking him/her/they to confirm.  There will be a few additional steps sent via text message from the Wireless Carrier.  The benefit recipient will receive a final message asking to confirm with “Ready”;  at that point in time the number is ported/changed.

    What if my phone is lost, stolen or damaged?

    The Member should contact customer support at the phone number included in the shipping box to request a new phone if their phone has been lost, stolen or damaged. (If the Member no longer has the phone number, please email contact@pulsewrx.com to be directed to the appropriate representative.) The customer service representatives will then go through the checks to prevent waste, fraud and abuse and determine if/when a new phone may be sent.


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    Columbus, OH 43230

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    *Offer varies by State.

    Pulsewrx, Inc. is an authorized provider through SafetyNet Wireless. The LIFELINE and AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY (ACP) programs are non-transferable government benefits limited to one discount for each program per eligible household. ACP benefits can be applied to any broadband service at the same terms available to households that are not eligible for the ACP benefit. Consumers will be subject to the undiscounted rates if the ACP program ends, or the benefit is transferred away. Consumers may file a complaint against its provider via the Commissions’ Consumer Complaint Center.

    Unlimited data does not mean unreasonable. To ensure that all customers have access to reliable services provided at a reasonable cost, you may not use our service in a manner that interferes with another SafetyNet Wireless mobile customer’s use of our service or disproportionally to SafetyNet Wireless’ network resources. Complete terms and conditions can be found at https://safetynetwireless.com/safetynet-other-states-terms-conditions-service/.

    Oklahoma residents: SafetyNet Wireless currently offers Unlimited talk, text, and data plans with between 1GB to 10GB of High-Speed data. Unlimited data is offered at 3G speeds, and data speeds may vary depending on device and signal strength. Customers participating in the government Lifeline and/or Affordable Connectivity Programs may receive free service after discounts are applied. Below is a table of available plans and discount(s) applied for free service:


    Lifeline Tribal

    ACP + Lifeline

    ACP Tribal

    ACP Tribal + LL Tribal

    A map of eligible Tribal Lands as defined by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is available here: https://www.usac.org/wp-content/uploads/lifeline/documents/tribal/fcc_tribal_lands_map.pdf