When you look at it on the map, you really see that vision starting to truly connect across the country.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Dallas, Texas based Blue Jay Wireless has received approval from the state of Utah Public Service Commission to operate as an eligible telecommunications carrier (ETC) within the state providing cellphone handsets and service to qualified low-income residents under the federal Lifeline program, also known in Utah as the Utah Telephone Assistance Program (UTAP).
“The approval in Utah really puts us in an excellent position,” states David Wareikis, Blue Jay president and CEO, “It not only furthers our business objectives, but when you look at it on the map, you really see that vision starting to truly connect across the country”
Blue Jay Wireless is rapidly getting positioned to provide a strong network of support and education to qualified low-income customers nationwide. With a commitment to integrity, training, and compliance, Blue Jay Wireless will raise the bar by bringing the highest level of wireless customer service, awareness, and responsibility to qualified low-income residents in Utah.
Created in 1985 under the Reagan administration, the Lifeline Program was designed to ensure all low-income Americans have phone access to connect to jobs, family and emergency services. In 2005, as the proliferation of cellphones had increasingly replaced landlines, the Lifeline Program was expanded to include wireless service in addition to traditional landline service.
Available in every state, territory, commonwealth, and on Tribal lands, the Lifeline program is available to eligible low-income consumers, and allows for only one Lifeline phone per household. Eligibility criteria may vary by state.
About Blue Jay Wireless
Blue Jay Wireless™ was founded to provide superior wireless service for lower-income and under-banked consumers. We strive to give customers what they want at prices they can afford. To learn more, visit http://www.bluejaywireless.com/.