Yes. With Mobile Lifeline service, you get unlimited Nationwide Long Distance minutes to call anywhere in Alaska on GCI’s network to the lower 49. Long Distance for Wireline is not included, and service prices are as follows:Directory Assistance calls: $1.50 each
Yes. The federal government has implemented a variety of restrictions to help ensure that only qualifying low-income consumers obtain Lifeline Unlimited service:
Lifeline is a federal program that ensures qualifying low income customers have access to high-quality voice services. GCI's Lifeline plan includes unlimited nationwide talk, text and 12GB of full-speed data in Alaska. If the included 12GB of full-speed data is exceeded, customers will continue to have access to data at a basic level of service, which varies by market, for the remainder of the billing cycle. The basic level of service is up to 1.5Mbps (download) and 750Kbps (upload), and in extended markets, 128Kbps (upload/download). Tethering/mobile hotspot requires compatible device, and includes up to 4 GB per line per month. After 4GB, tethering speed slowed to max of 256Kbps and in extended markets 128Kbps for the rest of bill cycle. Terms and conditions, including Federal eligibility requirements, and additional charges and fees apply.