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Qlinkwireless if he qualifies for free, Consumer Cellular if he has to pay.
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Qlinkwireless has smartphones. with 500 minutes of talk and unlimited texts
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The free phones that is possible to get are not smart phones.

They are very basic cell phones. Usually with no data plan, limited text, limited minutes.
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I see on your profile that your husband lives in Independent Living, is that correct? Chances are he wouldn't qualify for the government free telephone [which was started by President Ronald Reagan]. One would need to qualify, thus be low income.

With Independent Living, usually the facility will let a resident borrow one of their landline telephones for their apartment, or you can go to Target and get a landline phone which is inexpensive. If not, usually in the lobby is a telephone that the resident can use.
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If you get a government phone, hook the phone to wifi if its capable. That is the only way not to get data charges. The government should only pay for basic phones, not smart phones.
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Don't believe the free part. Medicaid recipients get cell phones with only a limited number of minutes per month. Some allow texting. That's it. If you have internet data usage, it can get very expensive.
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