Lifeline/Special Needs

Lifeline/Link-up

Lifeline and Link-Up support is designed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to promote phone or Internet usage by reducing the local monthly residential bills of low-income consumers. Lifeline provides qualified customers discounts on monthly services. Link-Up provides support for qualified, low-income customers living on a reservation to connect or hook up to the network.

Changes to Lifeline Beginning December 2, 2016. Click Here for Details.

Lifeline Enrollment Form

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Customers With Special Telephone Needs

Montana Relay Service

The Montana Relay Service (MTRS) is a communications service that links deaf, hard of hearing and speech disabled to hearing people via the telephone. To use this service, dial the appropriate number and the relay agent will assist you throughout your call. All calls and information are confidential. This 24-hour service is provided at no cost to callers. Long distance calls will be billed accordingly.

For more information please call: TTY/Voice 1-866-735-2968

The Montana Telecommunications Access Program (MTAP) administers the Montana Relay Service (MTRS). MTAP also provides amplified telephone equipment and TTY devices to people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled at no cost. MTAP suits the individual needs of all qualified Montana applicants.

TTY 711 or 1-800-253-4091

For information about this service please click here or contact :

MTAP
PO Box 4210
Helena, MT 59604

TTY/Voice 1-800