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How to Change Your Assurance Wireless Cell Phone

Posted by rohitsinha14 on March 30, 2012 at 2:25 AM

 Assurance Wireless program allows a low generating income individual to have their own cell phone without actually paying for its monthly bills. The federal Lifeline program makes it possible. All you have to do is apply for the pryour application is approve, you can now enjoy your free phone calls. However, you need to comply with the basic requirements first and it is to give proofs that you are indeed one of those people who earns less than the regular and average salary any individuals do. The US government doesn’t actually fund this program but still, they are responsible for checking and approving the person’s application.

However, some people might not be happy with assurance wireless program. This is because the program offers very cheap cell phones. Of course, a person doesn’t have the right to complain as it is given freely. But because we are human beings and we sometimes tend to look for more quality cell phones, we search for ways on how to change your assurance wireless cell phones. Apart from that, those cell phones are also proves to be inefficient – its battery runs out on a short time basis and more often than not, you can barely hear your cell phone rings when someone calls you.

If you are one of those persons who want to change or swap your wireless cell phone, you can try the instructions suggested below.

• You need to get a 10 digit number of your free cell phone.

• Gather your 6-10 digit pin. If you are not sure about it, call your phone service company and get it from them.

• Go to virgin mobile website.

• From there, you can see a tab that says “swap phones”.

• You may need to enter the serial number of your cell phone. You can find it at the batter of your cell phone.

• Make sure you follow the directions closely. After that, you are now ready to activate your new cell phone.

 


 

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13 Comments

Reply Barbara Krassa
5:42 PM on February 20, 2013 
How do i change from a lifeline phone to an assurance phone?
Reply Matt Delaney
4:55 PM on March 16, 2013 
I have seemed to lost the usa of my phone & need a activation on it & have no clue as to where I can get this activation ? Do you think that you could send me the activation code for my phone Please ? I would like to thank you for this as I have number's on my contact list that are not in my phone book !

Thank You ,
Matt
Reply Chris ~
8:18 PM on June 20, 2013 
Yup, I qualify and will use my safelink cell phone to call my Doctors (Had a Heart Attack + quintuple bypass 12/2012, still have part of my arm and half of my voicebox paralyzed.... so I sound like batman and this post will take me about 1/2 hour when b4 the Heart Attack I was typing 64-WPM as tested by the IRS... Anyway, I was using a prepaid phone and family put money on it, but ALL of my Doctor phone calls, SSA, Medicaid, Pharmacy, Specialist, New Droctors/Encologists/Neurologist phone calls... well, it's just eating a HOLE that I have been asking family (who have their own families to support) can't support. This is a good program (from my perspective - having never made or received as a result of it) and it should help me out quite a bit. The Samsung looks like my Starter phone that I had when I started my account with TracFone (for Xmas, right after I got out of the Hospital) someone gifted me an LG with touchscreen :-) but the Job Recruiters who now call me (I was on U/E Comp when I had my Heart Attack), they hear me talk and can't get off the phone FAST enough (my voicebox wax damaged during the emergency intubation process - so now I sound like a mix between Frankenstein and Batman WHICH TOTALLY FREAKS PEOPLE OUT).. ANYYYWWWWAAAAYYY.... I would like to be able to have a wired connection with the new phone, whcih the Samsung shown above DOES have - because it was my Starte Phone while I was trying out the TracFone Network a couple of years ago before I let go of my Major Carrier - and this would work out perfect because I need to get my typing speed back up and talking / speaking with people was what I did for a living before my Heart Attack). Soo....
Please simply Reply with What the Make/Model you received was, and if the phone has the ability for hands-free operation (no pun on 'operation' intended). My phone s/b delivered w/n the next 10-days, and I'm just curious. Thank you! :-)
Reply karmen
2:19 AM on September 23, 2013 
swap phone
Reply karmen
2:21 AM on September 23, 2013 
swap phones
Reply arlenetumminello
4:45 AM on December 8, 2013 
how do I change to a replacemwme phome
Reply maria ortiz
1:15 PM on March 31, 2014 
I would like to change my phone to at&t Samsung can I do that or not ]
Reply tracey carder
6:43 PM on April 4, 2014 
swap phones
Reply Nancy Gardner
1:54 PM on April 18, 2014 
I need to change this phone number. Getting to many call and using my free minutes. Thank you
Reply thomas waters
11:35 AM on July 20, 2014 
change my number
Reply Robert Dufrasne
5:09 PM on July 21, 2014 
CHANGE PHONES
Reply Carlnel Wiley
10:44 PM on August 23, 2014 
Barbara Krassa says...
How do i change from a lifeline phone to an assurance phone?
Reply william griffith
4:17 PM on August 29, 2014 
trying to swap pones