FBN ITPro Wireless to Provide Free Nationwide Wireless Service
Author: FBN ITPro Wireless
FREE Government Assisted Wireless Service to individuals receiving government assistance.
Main DigestFREE Government Assisted Wireless Service to individuals receiving some government assistance programs.
FBN ITPro World Business Network, today announced that it will provide FREE Government Assisted Wireless Service to individuals receiving government assistance such as:
Federal Public Housing Assistance or Section 8
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
National School Free Lunch Program
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC)
Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance recipients.
FBN ITPro Wireless will also provide Free Cellular Phones and Wireless Service to all Senior Citizens and individuals participating in Vocational Rehabilitation.
Individual may apply by calling FBN ITPro Wireless toll free at 1-800-906-7213. You can also apply online at www.fbnitpro.com/wireless.html
What is FBN ITPro Wireless
FBN ITPro Wireless is a government assisted wireless service provided by Nexus Communications, Inc., ("Nexus"). FBN ITPro Wireless offers a discount benefit to low income families and individuals via wireless services in place of older technologies like landline phone service.
Lifeline and Link-up Assistance are government programs designed to provide discounted or free telephone service to income-eligible consumers.
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