Lifeline and Link-Up
For those that are eligible, LifeLine and Link-Up provide federal aide to help low-income consumers afford local telephone service. If you are currently enrolled in Federal Public Housing Assistance / Section 8, food stamps, medicaid, Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Supplemental Secruity Income (SSI), National School Lunch free Program, or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) there is a chance that you might be eligible for Lifeline and Link-Up.
Lifeline and Link-Up can only be used for the primary telephone line in a household. Service must already be established at the location before applying for the Lifeline discount. The name on the phone bill must match the name of the household member participating in the eligible program with the exception of the National School Lunch free Program.
Please visit the USAC website for more information about Lifeline and Link-Up and the eligibility requirements.
This service relays calls between a person using a text telephone (TT/TTD) and users of the general telephone network in Indiana. Specially trained personnel are available around the clock to relay the call. The is no additional charge for using this service. To use Relay Indiana or to obtian more information about the service call 711.