BlueJay Wireless was founded on the belief that everyone should have access to the safety and convenience of wireless service. The commitment of BlueJay Wireless to provide superior wireless service for low-income and under-banked consumers continues to expand with each new state we enter.
BlueJay Wireless supports the Lifeline Program designed to help low-income consumers gain access to important telephone services at reduced rates. With no deposit or credit checks, BlueJay Wireless offers a truly hassle-free process for activating service.
The Lifeline Program
Created in 1985 under the Reagan administration, the Lifeline Program was designed to ensure all low-income Americans have phone access to connect to jobs, family and emergency services. In 2005, as the proliferation of cellphones had increasingly replaced landlines, the Lifeline Program was expanded to include prepaid wireless service plans in addition to the traditional land line service.
Available in every state, territory, commonwealth, and on Tribal lands, the Lifeline Program is open to eligible low-income consumers, and allows for only one Lifeline service per household. Eligibility criteria vary by state.
BlueJay Wireless is committed to not just meeting, but far exceeding the strict standards and rules governing the Lifeline Program
One Per Household Validation Verify address on drivers license does not have a match in database.
Valid Address Check USPS to confirm and validate address
Verify Eligibility Validate and photograph proof of enrollment in qualified program
Verify Identity Check date of birth, last four digits of SSN#, and government issued ID
Active Line Confirm usage with carrier invoice