Kansans may be eligible for Lifeline cost assistance
Access to emergency services and community resources is vital to all Kansans. The Lifeline program offers discounts to help eligible low-income families and individuals connect to voice and broadband networks to call for help in an emergency, access health care, find jobs, take classes and connect with family.
As part of National Lifeline Awareness Week (September 9-13) the Kansas Corporation Commission wants to make residents aware of the assistance the program can offer.
Under the federal Lifeline Program, low-income consumers can receive up to $9.25 per month off their monthly bill for phone (residential or wireless), broadband, or bundled phone and broadband service. Some may also be eligible for the state Lifeline program that provides an additional $7.77 monthly discount.
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