My Tempo or Tempo Wireless is a prepaid telecom network provider that offers wireless phone services in America starting at $9.95/month. It requires no credit check and offers no-contract pay-as-you-go wireless phone plans. Further, the company promises no hidden fees whatsoever and offers truly unlimited download/upload speeds with its unlimited plans.
Just like Excess Telecom, they also offer discounted ACP plan for all those eligible customers. For those who don’t know, ACP stands for Affordable Connectivity Program, it’s an American federal government move that offers discounts on wireless phone services and Internet plans for people who are struggling to meet their basic needs. One member from each family gets a discount of $30/month ($75/month if you are living in qualifying tribal lands) and also a wireless phone to make use of those benefits.
Talking about the Tempo Wireless ACP plan, it’s fully compliance with FCC minimum service standards for both data and voice services. You get 4.5 GB of high-speed data along with unlimited minutes and unlimited texts with features like nationwide calling, call waiting, Caller ID, and voicemail.
If you are running out of minutes before the month’s end, additional minute plans are available with Top Up 250 which gives 250 minutes priced at $5, Top Up 500 gives 500 MB data costing $10 additional, and 1 GB data Top Up costs $15.
The Tempo Wireless Lifeline service plan is available for residents of Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming states in America.
Talking about eligibility, household income is at or below 135% of Fed poverty guidelines or your family should be already a participant of qualifying federal or tribal programs. You should show program participation documents like SNAP or Medicaid while applying for ACP discount on the network. Social Security Number (SSN) is also required.
Coming to their Pay As You Go (PAYG) plans offer 100 days and a complete one-year calling period while other prepaid network offers just 90 days.