The FCC's Lifeline reform order requires certain disclosures be made to Lifeline applicants in addition to the certifications
included in the online application process below:
A complete and signed Lifeline Application and Certification Form ("Application") is required to enroll your household
in TAG Mobile, LLC's ("TAG's") Lifeline program in your state, whether written or in electronic format.
This Application is only for the purpose of verifying your eligibility for the Lifeline program and will not be used for
any other purpose.
Lifeline is a government assistance program and only eligible consumers may enroll in the program.
Lifeline service is a non-transferrable service and therefore may not be transferred to any other individual, including
another eligible low-income consumer.
All Lifeline subscribers must complete their own Application for service. Service requests will not be processed until
this Application has been received and validated by TAG.
Lifeline benefits are federal benefits and Applicants that make false statements in order to obtain the Lifeline benefit
can be punished by fine or imprisonment, de-enrollment or can be barred from the program.
Only one Lifeline supported service is available per household. A household is defined, for purposes of the Lifeline
program, as any individual or group of individuals who live together at the same address and share income and expenses.
A household may not receive multiple Lifeline benefits from multiple providers.
A violation of the one-per-household requirement constitutes a violation of the Federal Communication
Commission's rules and will result in de-enrollment from the program, and could result in criminal prosecution
by the United States government.
The Lifeline benefit may be applied to either one landline or one wireless number, but cannot be applied to both.
Note that not all Lifeline services are currently marketed under the name Lifeline.
Each household will be required to verify continued eligibility for Lifeline program participation on at least an annual basis.
Evidence of program eligibility is required. Where such eligibility cannot be validated through a state and/or federal
database or other alternative means, it may be validated in person by a TAG Agent by providing a copy of the Applicant's
state issued ID card and a copy of the program identification card, benefit award letter, or other social service agency
documentation showing current participation.