WHO is Eligible
If You Or Someone In Your Household Is Enrolled In One Of The Following Government Assistance Programs
APPLY in 3 Easy Steps
1. Download the APP
National School Lunch Program (NSLP)
For CEP-participating schools or districts,
all students are eligible
Food Stamps/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Medicaid / Medicare
Social Security Income (for applicants over 65+ only)
Veterans Pension or Survivors Pension
Federal Public Housing Assistance or Section 8
Participants in Tribal specific programs, such as Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, Tribal TANF, or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
In addition, a household (student or staff) is eligible if the household income is at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines*.
FRIENDS & FAMILIES ARE WELCOME TO ENROLL
NO COST 10.1 inch Tablet with a Hardcase Cover and Screen Protector.
NO COST Sim Card that provides 24/7 LTE Internet Broadband Service. Does not need WIFI access.
BOTH Sim Card and 10.1 inch Tablet are FREE with no strings attached with qualified ACP (Affordable Connectivity Program) Applicants.
FCC pays up to $30 per month for internet data service charges.
Check back to see when your state is approved
Ambassador Jacque Zoccoli
Free Tablet Program
Why Access To The Internet Is Important
In the United States, there is a growing digital divide between those who have access to broadband internet and those who do not. This divide is particularly pronounced in underserved communities, which are often located in rural areas or low-income neighborhoods.
According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),
42 million Americans do not have access to broadband internet. Of these, 20 million are low-income households. This means that about 1 in 6 Americans do not have access to the internet, and that digital divide is particularly pronounced among low-income households. There are a number of reasons why access to broadband internet is important for underserved communities.
First, broadband internet is essential for education and employment. In today’s economy, many jobs require workers to have access to the internet. Students also need access to the internet for learning .
Second, broadband internet can help to improve health outcomes. For example, people with chronic health conditions can use the internet to connect with doctors and other healthcare providers, learn about their conditions, and find support groups.
Third, broadband internet can help to connect people to their communities. People can use the internet to stay up-to-date on local news and events, participate in online discussions, connect with friends and family, and access government assistance programs.
There are several reasons why low-income households may not have access to the internet. The average cost of broadband internet service is $60 per month, which can be a prohibitively high expense for families that are already struggling to make ends meet. Some may also not have the creditworthiness to qualify for a data plan.
Finally, many low-income families do not have a computer or a smartphone, and they may not know how to use these devices if they do have them.
USA Country Director
Ambassador Yvonne Gamble
Free Tablet Program
Executive Program Director
Lifesavers Ambassadors International USA
Free Tablet & Data Plan Initiative
Lifesavers Ambassadors International USA, Inc. is bringing this free tablet and free internet program to help close the digital divide and improve the lives of people in underserved communities. Our program, made possible through strategic partnerships, provides eligible households with a tablet valued at $100 + $30 per month toward internet service.
The lack of access to the internet can have negative consequences for low-income households. For example, children who do not have access to the internet may be at a disadvantage in school, and adults who do not have access to the internet may have difficulty finding a job or participating in government services.
Our Free Tablet & Data Plan initiative will make it possible for people in underserved communities to have access to the internet for the first time.