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Smart phones on Tracfone
« on: November 24, 2015, 08:53:37 AM »
Like many folks here, I have a cell phone on Tracfone service.  $100/year.  Works great for phones used occasionally, which is mine at work.  My "home" cell phone has unlimited service through Boost Mobile.  $30/month.

Starting last year, I upgraded to an LG Optimus smart phone with Tracfone.  It's been a nice little Android but lags quite a bit sometimes and has a pretty small screen.  I'd like to upgrade for this coming year, and Tracfone offers a "Bring Your Own Phone" service now.  I'm in the market for a used iPhone (probably 4S) or Samsung Galaxy (probably S3) to activate with Tracfone.  Has anyone else used this program yet, and have any experiences or comments?
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2015, 09:45:01 AM »
I used a 4s on Tracfone and was very happy. I upgraded to a 6 so I had to switch to Straight Talk. I got my 4s used on Amazon for $150 last year.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2015, 09:46:12 AM »
Good to hear, thanks Tom.  Still got that 4S?  ;)
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #3 on: November 24, 2015, 10:28:18 AM »
Good to hear, thanks Tom.  Still got that 4S?  ;)
Nope, I donated to some needy friends. I was shocked that I liked Tracfone because I used to have TF ten years ago and hated it but it seems they have solved most of their problems.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2015, 01:26:32 PM »
I hadn't thought to look on Amazon for used stuff, will do that also.  There's nothing decent in my area Craigslist yet, but I'm not in a big hurry so something might pop up in the next month or two.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2015, 01:38:16 PM »
An Apple 4s unlocked is currently $99 at Amazon.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #6 on: November 24, 2015, 01:43:33 PM »
The 2 Tracfones + airtime I have had so far I bought from "shopcelldeals" who have large e-stores on both Amazon and Ebay.  For around $100 I have gotten the phone plus 1 year of airtime, which basically makes the phone free.  I'll see what new phone offers they have available too.

Example: Motorola Moto E + a year of service (1200 minutes/texts/MB data) for $129.99.  Tracfone's retail price on that airtime is $99, so the phone is essentially $30.  Not bad for a well-reviewed smart phone with a good track record.  I may be ready for an upgrade from budget phones though, which is why I keep coming back to an iPhone or Galaxy S-series.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2015, 07:39:40 AM »
We've used Tracfone for years. 

I also recommend "shopcelldeals".

I just added a phablet (wanted larger screen for internet use) to be able to use Tracfone data plan as I don't think using a TF phone as a hotspot is approved.  I got a NeuTab (AT&T) from Amazon and a TF sim card activation kit (from WalMart I think) and activated online at TF.  Absolutely no problems what so ever.  The sound quality of the NeuTab is not very good but it gives us an extra phone that would work in a pinch but great internet capabilities.

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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #8 on: November 25, 2015, 08:11:33 AM »
No, you can't use a Tracfone for a hot spot.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #9 on: November 25, 2015, 08:20:13 AM »
Another vote for "ShopCellDeals". I currently have an LG L41C "Ultimate 2" Android 4.4 phone that has a mid-sized 4.5" screen that I've found to be very good for reading books with the Moon+ Reader app as well as using other high visual content apps. At that size, the phone is not too bulky and is easy to handle. Android 4.4 "KitKat" is quite snappy with the 41C's 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 4.73GB of user internal memory (8GB total mem) and up to 32GB of external SD memory. The "Gorilla Glass" screen is another plus. This is my third Tracfone triple minutes/text/data Android smartphone, and each one has been better than the last one. My average cost per month for service is about $8.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2015, 10:52:36 AM »
Great stuff Dutch, same here on price although this year I have added a couple extra packs of text messages (SO  glad that is a separate option now) for $10 each.  Even 2 of those only add a couple dollars each month, split across the entire year.  I can't believe how many folks still routinely pay 5x-10x more per month for newer smart phones and are also tied into multi-year contracts.  (I know the on-the-road RV crowd REALLY uses their data on monthly plans, but most folks with home wifi aren't so dependent on it but still pay the big bucks.)

How does your LG L41C handle group texting?  The 4.5" screen is about what I want, which is what the Galaxy S3 and iPhone 4S both have... My smaller LG is 3.5" and doesn't do group texting or multimedia messages well.  All messages come in separately and don't give any notice of arrival like standard texts.  I don't routinely initiate group texting because it uses up my "text bank" faster, but sometimes I get included in others' group conversations, and it's a pain to follow along and respond.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #11 on: November 25, 2015, 06:10:06 PM »
Sorry, Scott, I don't do a lot of texting, so I haven't played with it all that much. Mostly I just reply to messages from family and a few friends.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2015, 07:07:37 PM »
I have been using Tracfone since 2006 and think I want to add a Smart phone I have also been looking at the Motorola moto E Android Scott wrote about and the Samsung Galaxy Stardust S766C for triple minutes for Tracfone.
Can anyone give me their thoughts on the S766C and also the S766C vs. the moto E.   Dick nvrver
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #13 on: December 02, 2015, 10:04:07 AM »
What are you looking for in a smart phone?  Either of those two models would probably be fine but they are restricted to 3G data speeds as are most other cheap smart phones (like my LG Optimus Fuel).  Plus the processing power and memory will be inferior to their "smarter" counterparts like the newer Moto G and the Galaxy S3 and up.  My LG can run any modern android app which is nice, but it does so quite a bit slower and apps lag/crash somewhat often.  Features like camera quality and other options are better on the 4G phones too.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #14 on: December 02, 2015, 11:32:58 AM »
What are you looking for in a smart phone?  Either of those two models would probably be fine but they are restricted to 3G data speeds as are most other cheap smart phones (like my LG Optimus Fuel).  Plus the processing power and memory will be inferior to their "smarter" counterparts like the newer Moto G and the Galaxy S3 and up.  My LG can run any modern android app which is nice, but it does so quite a bit slower and apps lag/crash somewhat often.  Features like camera quality and other options are better on the 4G phones too.

Looking for limited data use, checking gas buddy and email when not staying where there is wifi for my laptop.  Dick nvrver
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2015, 12:03:43 PM »
My current Tracfone Android smartphone is the LG "Ultimate 2". My first Tracfone smartphone was the ZTE "Valet", which was replaced by the LG "Fuel", which has now been replaced by the "Ultimate 2". The U2 has a larger internal user memory, a larger screen, both front and rear (with flash) facing cameras, and is much snappier running Android 4.4 "Kit Kat" than my previous phones. I don't expect to replace this phone for quite awhile...
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2015, 05:39:37 PM »
Thanks Dutch for the recommendation.  I checked on shopcelldeals E-Bay store and found the LG Ultimate 2, LG L41C Smartphone - One Year of Service Included - Tracfone, One Year of Service - Free Priority Mail Shipping for $129.99
My present Tracfone is a LG235C flip phone and it works great on Verizon.  All the current smart phones I‘m looking at would also be on Verizon.  Dick
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #17 on: December 06, 2015, 02:49:02 PM »
Just purchased the LG Ultimate 2 LG L41C Smartphone - One Year of Tracfone Service Included w/triple minutes for life on Aazon.com shipping free from shopcelldeals for $109.99 .  I also added a 32GB microSD™ Card from Amazon.  Should have the LG Ultimate 2 by Wed. 12/9.   Dick nvrver
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #18 on: December 06, 2015, 03:11:25 PM »
That might be the direction I go... the Ultimate II has really good reviews on Amazon.  I'm still trying to decide if it is really worth buying an iPhone 4s or Samsung Galaxy S3 or S4 outright for $75-100, then still having to pay separately for a year of airtime.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #19 on: December 06, 2015, 04:20:11 PM »
Just purchased the LG Ultimate 2 LG L41C Smartphone - One Year of Tracfone Service Included w/triple minutes for life on Aazon.com shipping free from shopcelldeals for $109.99 .  I also added a 32GB microSD™ Card from Amazon.  Should have the LG Ultimate 2 by Wed. 12/9.   Dick nvrver

That's the same deal I got there, Dick. When you consider that a 400 minute (triples to 1200)/365 day card alone sells for $85 or more, we got the phone for about $25.  ;D
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #20 on: December 18, 2015, 07:49:22 PM »
I was about the pull the trigger on an LG Ultimate 2 (or Alcatel One Touch Pop Icon, seems very similar) from shopcelldeals on Amazon, but now I see that neither of those phones are currently being sold with the 1-year card... just the phone by itself.  It may be a timing thing and I can wait a few more weeks to see if the phone + airtime option becomes available again.

I'm also considering a Samsung Galaxy S3 through the Tracfone BYOP (Bring Your Own Phone) program if I can find a decent used one.  I've decided against the Iphone 4s because I learned it only has a 3.5" screen and I want at least 4.5".
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #21 on: December 18, 2015, 09:09:16 PM »
Have any of you considered one of the NUU or BLU unlocked phones?
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #22 on: December 23, 2015, 10:17:14 AM »
Just got a moto g 2nd gen at Best Buy for $99.99 + 4.99 for Tracfone activation kit. Phone updated to Android 5.0..2 as soon as turned on. So far very impressed with it.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #23 on: March 10, 2016, 09:27:42 PM »
How are you guys liking your LG Ultimate 2 smart phones so far?  After a couple months of researching features & watching prices, I'll probably go with that model.  Although I missed out on the bundle with 1 year of service, as shopcelldeals (nor any other retailers that I can find) sells the phone WITH the airtime any more... so I'll have to buy the refill PIN separately from Tracfone.  I'm assuming Tracfone has reduced their wholesaler discounts and it's not worth the price for 3rd-party sellers to bundle them anymore. 
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #24 on: March 10, 2016, 09:49:28 PM »
How are you guys liking your LG Ultimate 2 smart phones so far?  After a couple months of researching features & watching prices, I'll probably go with that model.  Although I missed out on the bundle with 1 year of service, as shopcelldeals (nor any other retailers that I can find) sells the phone WITH the airtime any more... so I'll have to buy the refill PIN separately from Tracfone.  I'm assuming Tracfone has reduced their wholesaler discounts and it's not worth the price for 3rd-party sellers to bundle them anymore.

Re my LG Ultimate 2, I really have not used it much as we have not been traveling.  Around town it easier to put my flip phone in my pocket and go.  Hope DW gets feeling better soon and can give it a good try out.  Dick nvrver
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #25 on: March 11, 2016, 11:36:50 AM »
My wife and I both use our LG U2's extensively daily for everything from making/receiving phone calls and texting to getting directions, checking the weather, and reading books. They're a definite improvement over our previous Tracfone Android smartphones and we're very pleased with them...
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2016, 04:14:18 PM »
Thanks Dutch, good info!  The comparable models I was considering were the Alcatel OneTouch Pop Icon (5" screen and fast processor/RAM, but less than 2GB available internal memory) and the Motorola Moto E (no front facing camera).  But the LG U2 seems to be the best combination of decent features.  Now I need to find the best price.  I can buy new for $59.99 but some decent used/refurb models have popped up on Ebay and elsewhere for $40-50 so that's probably the route I'll go.

I'll keep my current LG Optimus Fuel (decent phone, just small 3.5" screen and limited storage) as a backup, and will probably activate again later this year for my son (11, approaching 12) to have a phone for occasional use.
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #27 on: March 11, 2016, 05:20:53 PM »
Last month I decided to upgrade my backup phone from a ZTE Valet, which is a bottom of the line Android to something a bit more modern. I got an LG Power reconditioned for $49 and I was blown away. It is a 4.5 inch Android running Lollypop and I found I actually preferred it to my Samsung S6, which was my main phone. The biggest advantage was the fact it did not have buttons on the edge. The on/off and volume buttons are on the back. My biggest complaint about the S6 and the iPhone 6 I had that preceded it was that it was almost impossible for me to take it out of my pocket without accidentally pushing a button and making a call, turning down the volume, shutting off the phone or taking a photo. The problem was it only has a 5 mp camera and with Tracfone I could not use it as a hot spot. But since it was only my backup these were not really issues. I got to looking around and found out that MetroPCS, the carrier for my main phone, offered an LG Stylo for $129. It offered the same buttons on the back, a 13 mp camera and it is usable as a hot spot. It has a 5.7 inch screen, two gigs of ram, 16 gigs of memory and even though it has a larger screen than the iPhone 6+ it has a smaller footprint. So I sold my S6, bought the Stylo and pocketed the $300 difference. The Stylo comes with a Stylus that is very useful. I have been using it for a month and I am thrilled. Only $30 per month for unlimited talk and text and one gig of data.

Unfortunately the Power is no longer in stock at Tracfone but they do get it in stock occasionally for $89 new and $49 refurbished from time to time. Metro PCS does sell the exact same phone under a different name, the LG Leon (huh?) for only $29. It is the biggest bargain in the cell phone market right now. Beautiful screen, blazing fast and dirt cheap.

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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #28 on: March 15, 2016, 12:43:43 PM »
do you folks think a tracphone would be good for a middle school aged kid
who would be mostly texting
a little bit of email or internet browsing
and a few calls per month
usually in wifi areas
?
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Re: Smart phones on Tracfone
« Reply #29 on: March 15, 2016, 01:31:16 PM »
I think it's an excellent choice for that purpose, and that's what I plan to do with my old phone (give to my 11yo son when needed) when my replacement arrives from Ebay in the next couple days.  You can buy a service card for $100 and it will last an entire year with light use, netting $8.33/month for good reliable cell coverage.  Or $20 cards will last 90 days each, but they won't include nearly as many minutes to use.

Tracfone smart phones triple the minutes and split them 3 ways, so a 400 minute / 1 year card ($100, the amount that I was referring to above) puts 1200 talk minutes, 1200 texts, and 1200 mb of data on the phone.  It's a good responsibility tool too, as the child can be responsible for refilling the minutes with their own money if they use them too fast.  You can now add 1000 texts at any time for $10, which I think I did twice this past year.  1200mb doesn't sound like much data, but the smaller phones don't use much as long as you limit them to wifi most of the time (i.e. no data deducted from phone).  Doing that with mine, with occasional e-mail/games using my data... my original 1200mb has lasted me well over a year.

Tracfone has smart phone specific plans now too (with varying other amounts of talk/text/data) but they only last 90 days, then you have to add another card of some kind to keep the account active.  That's the only downside, but otherwise the Tracfone prepaid plans keep you from having to pay monthly for a bunch of minutes that you (or your kid) will never use.
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