DANIA, Fla., Jan. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Issa Asad, CEO of Q Link Wireless, LLC, an approved provider of Lifeline service located in Dania, Florida, has provided readers with valuable information about the Federal Lifeline Assistance Program. As part of an eight-part educational series that is featured on CBS Miami News' website, Asad explores common myths about Lifeline and explains the facts about the program. He also provides testimonials from those who have been helped by Lifeline.
"Lifeline has done so much good for so many people, but there are still a few misconceptions about the program," said Asad. "I intend to clear those up and offer real-life testimonials from people whose lives have changed for the better thanks to Lifeline."
In "Myth vs. Fact: Common Misconceptions about the Lifeline Program," Asad takes a close look at Lifeline myths that persist, and lets readers know what the facts are. Those who might hesitate to sign up for the program based on these misconceptions will be able to learn the truth about how the program works.
In "Staying Connected and Saving Lives: How Lifeline Has Helped Those in Need," Asad shares a few real stories of people who have benefited from the Lifeline program. These stories help prove that the program can make a significant difference in the lives of low-income individuals. This article also offers personal viewpoints on just how life changing the Lifeline program can be. Readers will learn about how Lifeline has helped individuals in need stay connected with family members and how it has even saved lives.
Asad is determined to offer readers as much information as possible about the Lifeline program in order to ensure that low-income individuals get the help they need. Lifeline provides qualified low-income individuals with discounted or free phone service. Additionally, some cell phone providers, including Q Link Wireless, choose to provide free phones for their Lifeline customers.
As CEO of Q Link Wireless, Asad hopes the CBS Miami News series will raise awareness of the program among those in need. "Some of those who could benefit from the Lifeline program don't even know that it's available, or they're not sure if it would really help them or not," said Asad. "I want to make sure that people in need understand how helpful Lifeline is and how it works."
About Issa Asad
Issa Asad, CEO of Q Link Wireless, LLC, a subsidiary of Quadrant Holdings, LLC, in Dania, Florida, is also a social media expert and a bestselling author of four e-books. As a Dania-based entrepreneur, Asad has over 20 years of executive experience in the telecommunications and technology industries. He also shares online marketing advice and free mentoring services on his Facebook page.
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