TruConnect Proudly Shares the Philosophies of Chairman Ajit Pai

Los Angeles, CA, March 6, 2017 – TruConnect Communications, Inc, remains committed to providing reliable internet and voice services to low-income families where they live and work with the help and support of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai. Through the federal Lifeline program, TruConnect provides subsidized wireless phone service to low-income consumers, ensuring everyone can stay in touch.

TruConnect extends congratulations to Chairman Pai for his appointment as the new Chairman of the FCC. Chairman Pai’s recent creation of the Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee (BDAC) helps to emphasize the importance of accessible broadband services for students and families. Access to these services is vital as technology continues to flourish in the 21st century. Broadband and telecommunication services are critical for finding and maintaining employment, connecting with family and friends, and accessing emergency services.

Chairman and Co-CEO of TruConnect, Nathan Johnson, said of the newly created committee: “TruConnect looks forward to working with Chairman Pai and the BDAC to help bridge the digital divide for low-income Americans.”

About TruConnect

TruConnect is one of the nation’s fastest growing providers of prepaid wireless telecommunications , with an emphasis on providing affordable, flexible technology solutions to low-income communities and budget-conscious customers. To learn more, visit www.truconnect.com,www.facebook.com/TruConnect, and www.twitter.com/TruConnect.

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What is Lifeline?

Lifeline is a government program that subsidizes discounted phone service for low-income consumers, ensuring everyone can stay in touch. TruConnect is currently designated to provide free Lifeline-supported phone service in numerous states across the U.S., with more coming soon. The Lifeline program is only available to eligible consumers who can provide documentation for eligibility. Only one Lifeline service is allowed per household regardless of a type of phone. To be qualified for Lifeline, you must be currently enrolled in a qualified public assistance program (i.e. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps, Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Federal Public Housing Assistance (FPHA), Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit, etc.) or you can be qualified if your total annual household income is less than the qualified income guidelines.

Mobile Broadband

TruConnect is a mobile broadband company and a cheap wireless internet provider that offers wireless internet services and mobile WiFi hotspots through the Internet on the Go. TruConnect provides an underserved market with prepaid and wireless internet services such as Lifeline (ETC), Wireless Prepaid, and Mobile broadband solutions such as mobile WiFi hotspots. We have a variety of mobile broadband devices ranging from cell phones and 4G smartphones to mobile WiFi hotspot devices and tablets. Our coverage includes a 4G network for nationwide wireless internet.

Why TruConnect?

We are a group of wireless industry veterans who have spent many years bringing new mobile products and services to consumers in the U.S. We understand your frustration with expensive monthly data plans, so we came up with an easy, honest, and convenient way to stay connected to the world with TruConnect Pay As You Go and Lifeline plans, our free text messaging and dialer app (TruText), and with our affordable Internet on the Go mobile broadband plans and hotspots. Individual usage varies from month to month, so we designed our flexible plans to fit your everyday needs. To learn more about Internet on the Go, please visit www.internet-go.com. To download the new TruText app, visit www.truconnect.com/get-app.

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