Additional Support for Tribal Lands

If you live on Tribal lands, you can receive a discount of up to $34.25 per month, and up to a $100 reduction for first-time connection charges.

Enhanced Monthly Support

You can receive up to $25 per month in addition to the standard Lifeline benefit of up to $9.25 if you live on federally-recognized Tribal lands.

Link Up

Link Up can reimburse the full cost of initiating service with certain phone companies at your primary residence, up to $100. If the cost of initiating service is more than $100, the company will provide a no-interest payment plan for up to $200 for up to one year.

If you reside on federally-recognized Tribal lands, you are eligible for Link Up. Link Up is a one-time benefit per address; you can request Link Up each time you change your primary residential address.

Which Tribal Lands?

A nationwide map showing all federally-recognized Tribal lands eligible for enhanced Lifeline and Link Up support can be found at:

Federally-recognized Tribal lands shown on the nationwide map above include:

Your Lifeline company can help determine whether your address is on Tribal lands.

Resources

  • For a high-level overview of the Lifeline Program and enhanced Tribal benefit, review the Tribal Advocate Training
  • For more information about how Tribal consumers can apply and manage their benefit, review the Tribal Flyer
  • Download the Tribal Toolkit for a compilation of educational resources about the Lifeline Program for Tribal consumers