Blue Jay Wireless Phones and Smartphones

Blue Jay Wireless no longer provides free government phones through Lifeline Program. All existing customers of Blue Jay Wireless were taken over by StandUp Wireless. In case of any questions please contact StandUp Wireless at or 1-800-544-4441

Blue Jay Wireless phones and smartphones with features like Dual SIM and Android OS are provided to eligible customers under Lifeline free government cell phone assistance program in supported states. BlueJay Wireless has been created to provide affordable wireless phone service to qualifying individuals with eligible income amounts. The main idea of a Lifeline program is to support those in need, therefore, American citizens with low incomes can receive landline or wireless service along with other types of federal help.

Being one of many Life line participating services, Blue Jay Wireless is relatively new to the market. Still, by operating in sixteen states and targeting specific customers it is getting more and more popular. The phones and the smartphones it gives to its consumers subscribed to various phoning plans include basically all they need to enjoy the benefits of wireless communication.

Blue Jay Wireless Phones Review

Since the company has not been around a while yet, it offers not many choices of mobile devices. In fact, the website list three gadgets under “Our phones” as of today. Their specifications are given in the table below.






Blue Jay Wireless Tap

Blue Jay Wireless Proz 

Blue Jay Wireless Drone 






Dual SIM

Dual SIM

Dual SIM

Display Type

TFT resistive touchscreen

TFT resistive touchscreen

TFT resistive touchscreen

Display Size

240×320 pixels, 2.8 inches

320×240 pixels, 2.4 inches

240×400 pixels, 3.2 inches

Alert types

MP3 tones, vibration

WAV, MP3 tones, vibration

WAV, MP3 tones, vibration

Memory Card Slot

microSD up to 32 GB,

4 GB included

microSD up to 32 GB

microSD up to 32 GB

Internal Memory

256 MB, 64 MB RAM

64 MB

4 GB, 2 GB RAM


Class 12 GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth, USB

GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB

Class 12 GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB


1.3 MP, 1280×1024 pixels

1.3 MP

2 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels, LED flash


FM radio, MP3/MP4 player, games, Java

FM radio, MP3/MP4 player, games, Push E-Mail

Android OS v2.2, FM radio, MP3/WAV/eAAC+ player,

MP4/H.264/H.263 player


950 mAh

1000 mAh

800 mAh


4.15×2.20×0.48 inches

4.52×2.36×0.43 inches

4.04×2.22×0.49 inches


3.17 oz

3.17 oz

4.13 oz





Unnecto Drone seems to be a fair choice among the three phones listed. It is a true smartphone a s seen from the specs above and goes with Android OS installed. It cannot be treated as one of the free government smartphones since it costs $50 but it is worth the extra costs, especially if you can afford a non-Lifeline Unlimited Anytime Minute, Text & Data BlueJay Wireless plan ($49.25 / month).

More phone names are listed under “Handset Manuals” category at the BlueJayWireless website. They are: Alcatel 606, Alcatel 768, Alcatel Sparq, Alcatel One Touch Evolve, Alltel AX50000, Blackberry 8130, Blackberry 8330, Blackberry 8830, HTC Hero, LG Envoy, LG Muziq, LG Wine II, LG Venus, Motorola Q, Motorola Razr, Palm Treo Pro 850, Samsung GT-E1205L Keystone 2, Samsung Freeform II, Samsung Glint, Samsung Intercept, Samsung Stunt, Sanyo Zio, Unnecto Primo, Unnecto Pro Z. To learn what Blue Jay Wireless phones and smart phones are available for subscribers, please, contact the company.

More information on free phones:
Blue Jay Wireless Lifeline Program Details
Important Notice: There may be more free government cell phones service providers operating in your state – find more information here.

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