Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
Fast Facts, a website that offers helpful and detailed information about no cost government cell phones, has just launched its new and user-friendly site, http://www.fasts.org. In addition to featuring in-depth descriptions about programs like Lifeline Assistance and LinkUp, the website also includes comprehensive details about the various other cell phone operators who provide this needed service in the United States.
As a spokesperson for Fast Facts noted, the economy is still struggling and many people are having a hard time making ends meet. For those who need a cell phone to try to reach potential employers about getting a job, or for staying in touch with their children or other family members, it can be challenging to find the money in an already-stretched budget for this necessity.
This is where Fast Facts can help; by providing the most detailed information on the no cost government cell phone program, they can help people learn how they can qualify for the program, if the service is available in their state, and which companies offer this service.
“On this website you will find comprehensive information on the four largest no cost cell phone carriers,” the company spokesperson noted, adding that people will also learn details about the best regional no cost cell phone providers.
“If you want to find out if no cost cell phone service is available in your state, we have a list of states where it is available.”
For example, one of the articles on the Fast Facts website, http://www.fasts.org/free-cell-phone-providers/assurance-wireless/ notes that Assurance Wireless is one of the largest and fastest growing Lifeline Assistance cell phone carriers in the country. People who qualify for the program will receive a cell phone, unlimited texting at no cost, and 250 complimentary voice minutes. In addition, as another article notes, http://www.fasts.org/free-cell-phone-providers/reachout-wireless/, Nexus Communications, Inc. offers no cost cell phones via Reachout Wireless. Depending on where applicants live, they will receive a certain number of complimentary minutes every month.
Safelink Wireless is another service that offers the government cell phones. As an article on Fast Facts explains, http://www.fasts.org/free-cell-phone-providers/safelink-wireless/, the specific requirements to receive a cell phone from Safelink Wireless varies depending on where people live.
Anybody who would like to learn more about Fast Facts is welcome to visit the new website; there they can read more about the government cell phone program and the carriers that are providing the cell phones.
About Fast Facts:
Fast Facts was launched about eight months ago and provides information relating to the federally mandated no cost government cell phone program in the United States. Fast Facts provides detailed eligibility, availability, and Lifeline Assistance program information. Visitors to Fast Facts can learn everything they need to know before applying to the program. For more information, please visit http://www.fasts.org/