Lifeline and Linkup

Lifeline and Linkup

What is LifeLine & Link Up?

LifeLine is a program that offers discounts to qualified low-income consumers on their monthly landline or cell phone service. This program is limited to one per household.

Link Up is a program that provides a discount on the activation of the phone service.

How to Apply:

In Cordova: Stop into our office on 2nd Street. Bring photo identification and proof of enrollment in Particpating Programs (below) or proof of income.

In Yakutat: Stop into our office in Mallott’s General Store. Bring photo identification and proof of enrollment in Particpating Programs (below) or proof of income.

Participating Programs

You may be eligiible for LifeLine & LinkUp if you are already enrolled in:

  • Supplemental Security Income
  • Medicaid
  • Federal Public Housing Assistance
  • Food Stamps
  • Low-Imcome Home Energy Assistance Program
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance
  • Tribally Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
  • Head Start (Must meet income requirements)
  • National School Lunch Program’s Free Lunch
  • Alaska Adult Public Assistance Program
  • Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
  • Alaska Temporary Assistance Program
  • Tribal Head Start (Must meet income requirements)
  • Tribal National School Lunch Program’s Free Lunch
  • Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations

Income Eligibility

135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines for the State of Alaska. CTC and CWC have partnered up with the federal government to ensure that low-imcome consumers have access to quality communication service. This means if you are eligible, you can receive CTC’s landline service or CWC’s cell phone service for the reduced rate of $1.00 per month (you may only receive LifeLine & Link Up assistance on landline OR cell phone, not both).

For more information, just call…

  • Cordova Telephone Cooperative – (907) 424-2345
  • Cordova Wireless Communications – (907) 424-2300

Lifeline Application

Download Lifeline application here. (PDF format)

Important information regarding your Lifeline Service

The FCC requires every Lifeline customer to re-certify their eligibility each year. If you do not re-certify every year, you will be disconnected from Lifeline service. Be on the lookout for your recertification paperwork and make sure to return it in a timely manner. For assistance in filling out your recertification paperwork, you may contact your local provider.