I Am Connected Thanks To Safelink Wireless

Safelink Wireless is one of the network providers that can be availed by U.S. citizens for free. This network is powered by TracFone wireless to provide an affordable mobile service to mean income households in the Unites States. In order for you to avail of their service, you must follow these specific steps for applying a subscription:


– You should be a citizen of the United States

– Next step is to go to the Safelink website and download a copy of the application form for you to fill up.

– Provide the necessary information on you application such as you postal address (for the shipment of your phone and for sending of bills) and other key information needed to proceed with the application.

– The last step is the writing down of the enrolment identification which is provided by Safelink Wireless and wait for the confirmation of your application.



Safelink boasts in having the largest number of subscribers in the country (18 million) and as of the moment they provide these following monthly plans:


1. Plan 250 – 250 minutes of free calls for local and international + 1 text/minute + all the standard features.

2. Plan 125 – 125 minutes of free calls for local and long distance communications + 1 text/minute + all the other standard features.

3. Plan 68 – 68 minutes of free air time (local and international) + 3 texts/ minute + all the other standard features.


NOTE: All the minutes are subjected to be carried over for next month’s use and it should only be one subscription per household. Transferring of subscription from one family member to another is not permitted if they situate on the same area. Should there be some cases like these, the subscription will immediately be terminated by Safelink.

How reliable is H2O Wireless service?

What exactly is H2O Wireless? It’s a prepaid phone service. You can pay by month. In my experience I would say H20 Wireless service has a few pros and many cons. I experienced speed drop on many occasions. Their data speeds are slower than dial up. I couldn’t receive or send picture messages.

One thing I ‘m happy about H2O Wireless is, it works with iPhone well without having to unlock the iPhone. But their instructions are not comprehensive. I had trouble in understanding how to set up the service. Nevertheless, I like H2O unlimited service as it provides unlimited talk, web and text.

The worst part of H2O Wireless is their customer service. Their support is not satisfactory. Their customer care personnel hardly care to solve the problems of the customers. They are often rude and don’t show any interest to resolve the issues of the customers. Sometimes I had to stay without a phone for over a week, as the SIM card I bought was used by someone else already.

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