are senior citizens eligible for the free phone and minutes a month.
In California there's the "universal lifeline" program which drops the cost of monthly phone to about $10 a month (normally abut $25). You can get free phones that helps with various disabilitites such as hard of hearing if you know where to apply.
SafeLink Wireless and Assurance Wireless both have free cell phone programs that offer low income citizens, including seniors a free cell phone and free monthly minutes. I wrote 2 hubs about them.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Free-Cell-Phone … e-Families
http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-A-Free-Cell … gin-Mobile
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