What is the Lifeline Assistance Program?
DOCOMO PACIFIC's LifeLine/Link-Up Assistance Program is the Low-Income Program of the Universal Service Fund and is designed to benefit residential subscribers who are receiving assistance through one or more government benefit programs.
|Lifeline - Mobile||$24.00|
|Unlimited Local Voice|
|Unlimited Local SMS|
|Lifeline - Mobile Rates|
|E911 & LNP Fee||Waived|
Lifeline Mobile Plan applies to local airtime only.
Long distance calls are permitted. Standard toll charges apply based on destination and duration.
Features include: Call Waiting | Caller ID | Busy Transfer | 3-Way Calling | Expanded Home Coverage - Guam & CNMI
|Lifeline - Online||$95.00|
|Up to 50 Mbps download|
|Up to 2 Mbps upload|
|3 WiFi Logins|
Service rate & features listed apply to local only services. DOCOMO PACIFIC reserves the right to impose download caps as needed to ensure the highest quality of service for all customers. Online services are subject to "Acceptable Use Policy". Advertised speeds are "up to" speeds. DOCOMO PACIFIC WiFi Data cap for Online 50.0 is 20GB/month. Rates are subject to change. Offer valid for residential customers. Some conditions apply.
|Lifeline - Landline||$11.49|
|Unlimited Local Calling|
Long distance calls are permitted. Standard toll charges apply based on destination and duration. Features include: 6 FREE Basic Features (Caller ID, Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, 3-way Calling, Speed Dialing, Find Me Follow Me)
*Disclaimer: DOCOMO Pacific Digital Phone is available with 911 service, however in the event of a power outage, both your phone service and 911 service will be unavailable. Some restrictions may apply. Offer valid for residential customers only.
Terms and Conditions may apply to Lifeline services
DOCOMO PACIFIC's Lifeline Assistance Program is the Low Income Program of the Universal Service Fund and is designed to benefit residential subscribers who are receiving assistance through one or more of the following programs:
- SNAP/Food Stamps
- Supplimental Security Income (SSI)
- Federal Public Housing Assistance
- Veterans Pension or Survivors Pension Benefit; or
- Total household income at or below 135% of Federal Poverty Guidelines
Universal Service Fund - Low Income Program
The component of the Low Income Programs:
- Lifeline - Reduces monthly charges for basic telephone service.
Eligibility Requirements for Residential Subscribers:
In order to meet and qualify for these rates, you must obtain a 'Certification of Eligibility' from a Life Line qualifying agency or program, for example: Department of Public Health & Social Services (DPH&SS), Social Security Office, Guam Department of Education National Lunch Program, the Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority (GHURA), etc.
In addition, the residential subscriber receiving the assistance must be the named participant of the qualifying program. One discount is allowed per household, limited to one service. Lifeline is a government benefit plan and is not transferable. Other conditions may apply.
|Household Size||48 Contiguous States, DC, & Territories||Alaska||Hawaii|
|For each additional person, add||$6,048||$7,560||$6,953|
Note: The Federal Poverty Guidelines are adjusted annually, and the above chart reflects guidelines for 2020.https://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines