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100 comments :

Anonymous said...

thank you so very much,,,,used promo #74316 and got 60 bonus minutes it sure will help,thanks !!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Just used code 84464 on a 60 minute card, and received 60 additional! Thank you for this blog!
Joe

jp said...

Is there a way to turn off the lock on the Alcatel phone! Never had a phone I NEEDED to unlock to use before?

Peter Vanosdall said...

There should be a place in the settings menu that allows you to turn off the locking feature. But it is a very nice feature to help you avoid pushing buttons while it is in your picket or bag. So I would recommend keeping it.

Anonymous said...

hello, i am here to inform you that the website has a javascript bug.

i have tried browsers: IE, Firefox, Chrome, but unable to use the java script at the bottom of the page to "load more comments."

this is crucial because the last post that i can see is april 13th.. i am unable to see any posts past April 13th because the "load more comments" java script at the bottom of the page doesnt work properly. it says loading but gives error never loads...

please fix so everyone else can see the additional comments...maybe instead of having it as the first post first (december of 2012), make the most recent post first...idk please figure it out :)

Peter Vanosdall said...

Hmm, that's interesting, I assume it is on the Tracfone promo Codes page? I'll look into it and see if there is a fix. Thanks for letting us know!

Anonymous said...

This is a great source for Tracfone information! Thank you! I am having a terrible time, however, with knowing how to save text messages. My inbox is crazy full, and I can't delete them (not that I "can't", I just don't want to). Is there some way to save them to a file somewhere on the phone (I don't know the difference between saving them to the phone vs. the memory card...and what is the sim app, and how is it used?) SO many questions! I love my LG840g, but I'm still not quite up to speed on how to use the thing.

Anonymous said...

Just used code 74316 and Got 60 minutes bonus on a 120 min card for a phone that was double for life. So total was 300 minutes for $30! $.10 a minute for a phone these days, great deal.. Thanks for the blog. I will back here in the future.

Anonymous said...

You are the bomb! Thank you. I love using Tracfone-no contracts, add minutes when I need to. 60 bonus minutes on my 120 minute card is awesome. Double minutes-somehow, I got 360 minutes.
Again, thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Hi, thanks for all the great info. One question, my service days expired on 7/2/2013 and I (mistakenly) thought I had 60 days to transfer my number & minutes to a new tracfone. According to Tracfone CS, I had to do it before my service days expired. Have you ever heard of a way to get them to reactivate my old phone just so I can transfer the number and minutes? They say I have to buy a $20 card and reactivate my old phone. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you so much for this blog.

Peter Vanosdall said...

That's unfortunate about your phone expiring just days ago. I don't know of any way to reactivate a phone without buying minutes, but I do know that your minutes should get transferred to the new phone as long as you let them know how many minutes you have.

Also, if you go to the tracfone website, you can get just 30 minutes for $10 rather than buying the 60 minute card.

Hope that helps, and again, make sure to let them know you have minutes you want transferred and they should do it. Maybe even the service days too!

Anonymous said...

just used promo code 70797 on a 400 minute/1 year card and got 250 extra minutes

Anonymous said...

Great job, a real service!

Anonymous said...

Just used promo code 30386 for 60 minute card and got extra 30 minutes

Dizzy Blonde said...

My big button tracfone directs all incoming calls into VM. How can I get it to stop?

Anonymous said...

The "new" android phone by Tracfone are on their website as of 9/30/13. Are these phone any good? Are they worth the money? Why are these same phones offered by Net 10 & Straight Talk $20 more from Tracfone? They are all basicly Tracfones.

Peter Vanosdall said...

We;ve done reviews of two of he new Android smartphones and you should check them out! They are listed on our cell phone reviews page.

Anonymous said...

What size (4, 8, 16 or 32GB) and class (4, 10 or UHS-1) micro SDHC card would you recommend for the ZTE Valet? Some retailers include a 4GB class 4 with it.
Thanks

Peter Vanosdall said...

The 4GB card the phone comes with should be adequate for most things. If you know you will need a lot of space, there are many 8 and 16 GB options that should work great. Only go with 32 GB if you really need a lot of space.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. What about the class? Is 10 too much?

Anonymous said...

I am almst 70 years old and have bought on line pay as you go minutes since 2001. This time I can't get past the first screen - entering the seriel number and the promo code. No error message. I did it at the Library and a friend's computer. I sent Tracfone a comment and was given instructions only a person under 20 could figure out about deleting cahe and cookies. Can't control the library cmputers and can't cntrol my friend even if I know how to stop cookies and what cache is.

Bethia Snark said...

My friend bought the Huawei Glory, but is having trouble with the keyboard, as the numbers are very small, even set to the largest font it offers. I cannot find information on the other tracfone Androids, does any one have a larger keyboard that is easier for old, big fingers to use, I cannot find info anywhere comparing the keyboards and numbers. Thanks

Jim said...

Have you or has anyone figured out a way to use data minutes for text messages on the smartphones? Like an app or something? Since they are the same price per unit, it'd be cheaper to just talk for a minute than to text (it used to be 3 texts per 1 unit, but not anymore).

Chris Kelnhofer said...

Got ZTE Valet for my daughter for Christmas. However, after spending hours on the phone with Tracfone (their tech support is horrible, as I have issues everytime I have to call), they are telling me the phone cannot be used in my area. No way to transfer her old number, and then was going to give her a new number, but alas, that can not be done either, apparently. She is so disappointed, as she really wants a smart phone, but I am not willing to pay the big boys the expensive plan price, so when tracfone came out with them, I was thrilled (we have been tracfone people for years.). BUt now, I am confused. I live in a larger area with around 80,000 people, so it's not like we are in a remote area. Anyone else have this trouble, or have answers. Talking to tech support is like talking to a wall.....

Peter Vanosdall said...

Hmm, yes tracfone support tends to be very difficult to use. Do you have any other CDMA cell phones? Or, how is Verizon service in your area? Because if Verizon has good enough service in your area, you could simply register the phone in a different area, and use it where you live. But you run the risk of it not having service.

Chris Kelnhofer said...

Thanks, Peter. I actually did think about doing that - I tried entering various zip codes on the tracfone website where you buy the phones, and got my parents zip code (much more remote area, go figure), which is about 2 hours north of here to have the ZTE valet phone come up as an option. It doesn't for my zip code, but I was able to buy it at a Best Buy here in town. I do not have any other CDMA phones, we've been basic tracfone users all along. I'm not sure how Verizon service is in this area - what would be the best way to find that out? If good, I assume I would just activate the phone using my parent's zip code??? Sorry, I'm not much of a techie, at all!

Peter Vanosdall said...

I'm not sure how you would test it, perhaps asking others around you if they use verizon, or going to a cell phone shop and talking with them. You could just go for it, and if the ZTE doesn't work then try returning it, although that can be a hassle with Tracfone. Yes, you would just activate it via your parents zip.

penny said...

GPS on ZTE Valet can this be used while on road and no wifi connection?

Wayne Kivi said...

Trying to get info on Tracfone's BYOP program with no luck - 3 different answers to same question. I need to buy a used smartphone, either a Samsung Galaxy S3 or iphone 4 that I can use with Square card reader and transfer to Tracfone. Do these qualify for BYOP? Do they have to be "unlocked"? Do they have to be Verizon version? Will they work in my zip code (I have used Tracfone for 5 yrs on Cape Cod)? Can I transfer my 2000+ minutes?
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Is there any updates on the LG Optimus Dynamic II (LG L39C)? I don't see it available on the Tracfone Website any longer. Where can I purchase this phone other than on Amazon?

Anonymous said...

Found your Tracfone bonus codes through a google search. Got 30 free minutes. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi, Any idea of what the rates are/rate is for text messaging on the Tracfone LG38g? Thanks!!

John Hatfield said...

I bought a TracFone ZTE Valet phone and CANNOT set up the voice mail. When I got on the computer and it asked for my serial number, I typed it in and they won't help me set it up, saying you can't set up voice mail without it being digital. Is the phone a digital phone? I can't find anywhere in the booklet that says it is digital. WHen I tried to set up the voice mail by dialing the phone, they tell me they are sorry I am having trouble and that an operator isn't available and to call later. I am SO UPSET and sorry that I ever bought this phone. I have always swore by TracFone but this one is the pits. If I can't get this to work, I will take it back to Kmart and DEMAND my money back. Please, can someone help or answer my question about whether it is digital or not

Unknown said...

Set up voicemail by holding down the "1" key on the dialpad, then follow the instructions to record your name, greeting, and select a PIN number.

Anonymous said...

I just added 60 minutes on my 200 minute card using promo code 32102 that was for a 120 minute card. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

! just added 60 minutes using code 32102 on a 120 minute card

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the helpful tips!

Anonymous said...

Do you know how many message equals one minute in the android tracfone

Peter Vanosdall said...

With the Android phones minutes are split into three pools of talk, text and data. For each minute you add to the phone, you get one talk minute, one text, and one mb data. (You also get this tripled with Triple Minutes for Life)

So you basically get 1 text per minute. If you added a 60 minute card, you would get 180 talk minutes, 180 texts, and 180 mb data.

Anonymous said...

Thank you :)

Anonymous said...

Are there any Nokia lumia phones compatible with the BYOP?

Anonymous said...

Any idea when the new smart phones for Tracfone will be available?

Unknown said...

Just got a TracPhone LG 306g and so far so good, the only question I have is that I'm getting a message when I try to send an email saying "Not logged in." The WIFI tab says that I am connected. Please advise.
Clueless

Anonymous said...

My LG 840G tracfone has been deducting 5.25 minutes to send a picture message. Tracfone replaced the phone with the LG 306G in a different color. Are these phones comparable? Thanks for any guidance you can provide.

Anonymous said...

Is any date set for the Samsung Ace S765C will come to Tracfone?

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if the "Google Play" app will work on the LG L39C or the Samsung S765C tracfones?

Anonymous said...

Tracfone still sells it for $129.99, while Amazon still has it for $84.99. At least in the NY area.

Anonymous said...

It's been 3 months since we were told about the Samsung Ace S765C coming to Tracfone. So any news when this might happen???

Anonymous said...

U R THE BEST. Your site provides consistent codes, saves us on the cost per minute and asks for nothing. One of the only sites on the Internet that has real value! Thank you!!!

Anonymous said...

I recently found out that Tracfone does NOT allow subscribing to notifications by text, for example, if you want to get notifications about weather or from your bank. According to a reply from Tracfone, they don't support these at all. It seems incredible that they wouldn't support them on their smartphones (but I don't have a smartphone, only a Tracfone Samsung S425g, "feature phone"). Let us know if you have heard anything different.

Anonymous said...

I have LG Optimus dynamic 2 and cannot unlock screen. Screen shows but cannot open to go to apps or to receive calls. any ideas??

Anonymous said...

Just got the LG Ultimate 2. I can verify that it does have a 1.3 MP front facing camera and the processor is 1.2 Ghz Dual-Core, not Quad- core.

Anonymous said...

Help! My LG500 G has just started going buggy. It says text message box is 96% full but I have deleted all messages in drafts, outgoing, and inbox. Any idea what is going on or how to fix it?

Anonymous said...

is Tracfone going to have unlocked phones that can be used with a new card in other countries? I understand this is a new law that is going into effect.

Tracfone Fan said...

Will an clean ESN iPhone 4s from Sprint work on Tracfone BYOP program. Phone uses CMDA.......Please help

Anonymous said...

I have a moto e tracfone. 1st off to answer a incoming call to actually Talk TO SOMEONE,put your finger on the lock and slide off then touch the phone handset icon. to hangup push the phone handset icon again
NOW MY QUESTION: how do i get free wifi? i was at a restaurant and got the wifi and code from the waitress but later on i checked my minutes and data had been substantially deducted from. i thought it was free? maybe the rest. charges? whats going on? i am very new to i type phones, have been using the dino flip clam shell,may go back to it. i can use the web from home nice to use on the fly though.

Anonymous said...

I want to purchase the MOTO E. Is there a way to transfer contacts and pics from my LG840 to MOTO E? I would hate to lose pics and have to add contacts one by one. Would like to know before I purchase. Thanks in advance

Eric said...

Anyone get on tracfone and notice the BYOP now is 4G compatible???!!!

Also, the tool for checking the MEID seems to be down for 2-3 days now -arg! I surmise it might be due to 4G being added. Trying to find a Moto G on ebay that will work, but their darn tool has been down!

Conrad Flamell said...

Peter, do you believe Tracfone will offer 4G LTE phones through their website by the end of 2015? Also, if I purchase a new Verizon phone (e.g. a Transpyre) at my local Walmart could I activate it on Tracfone? Thank you😀

Peter Vanosdall said...

I don't think Tracfone will offer their own 4G LTE phones by the end of the year, but maybe sometime in the next year. However, it would be relatively easy for them to implement this, since they already have the network. I don't know about the Transpyre, is it a Verizon prepaid phone? Any of Verizon's contract phones, which are not currently under contract, should work. Prepaid phones may work.

battleroar said...

Which tracfone phones have autofocus?

Anonymous said...

Peter, your blog recently discussed the new option to purchase text-only cards (for smartphones) from the Tracfone site. This option was present briefly but seems to have now disappeared. Any idea what's up with this? Thanks for any info.

Peter Vanosdall said...

We are waiting to see, they should return but no word yet on why the card disappeared.

Anonymous said...

Love this site-I reference it all the time!! I have the LG Ultimate 2 (LG41C) and can send and receive regular texts without having the Wi-Fi or data turned on..as I should. However, I can only send or receive a text with a picture attached when "DATA" is on...will not work when Wi-Fi is on, or when neither wifi or data is on. Is this how it is supposed to work??? I would think it would still send a pic no matter what...my old non-android tracfone sent and rec'd pics no problem...Solution?

Anonymous said...

Update: The text-only card is once again available on the Tracfone site (as of May 29).

Randy Suchy said...

Love this blog, Peter. I can't see a way to search the blog however?

Sue Wilson said...

i have a tracfone and would like to get a new one. Can I transfer my pictures from my old phone to a new one?

Anonymous said...

I got a postcard from TracFone...promo code 87642 adds 250 minutes to a one year/400 minute card. Offer expires 7/31/15.

Anonymous said...

I would like to change from my flip tracfone, to a smart phone, but I just want to continue to buy a card to add minutes as I need it. I am having a hard time finding which phones will allow me to do this, WITHOUT having a plan. It is confusing as to which ones will accomplish what I want.

Anonymous said...

On 7/24/15 HSN had a LG SUNSET 4G GSM TRACFONE package for 129.95 & free S&H. Now package is 149.95 at http://www.hsn.com/products/lg-sunset-45-4g-lte-android-tracfone-w1200-minutes/7825471 - Were you aware of this phone? Compare & contrast this phone on your site.

Anonymous said...

Do you have a recommendation for which of the non-Android phones is best for actually talking on the phone? I seem to be one of the few people in the world who uses a phone as a phone so my priorities are reliable service and clear quality. I say a non-Android phone because I don't want the 3 separate buckets for minutes since I rarely use data minutes. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Randy Campbell said...

I hope this isn't going out a second time...
I am looking at changing from Sprint to Tracfone. One reason is that my wife has a Tracfone (flipphone, LG440G), and her coverage is way better than mine. This is on GSM. My Sprint phone is CDMA.
I need a smartphone, and I read on the blogsite that smartphones under GSM don't roam seamlessly, and I may not get the great coverage that my gets. Customer service told me this is not true. What do I believe? I have to buy a new phone to change, and I can't afford for this to be a mistake.

mike baldassini said...

will alcatel idol 3 work with tracfone, the 4.7 model.

thanks

mike

Anonymous said...

i have a verizon Note 4 phone I would like to go to Total Wireless with, but when i submit my iemi # it says no i cant. But Did I understand you right with the activation kit you are showing, I can but it and my phone will work. Not techniology savvy, so need some help here. or can it be done period right now. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Just want to say thanks for posting the info on finding the Tracfone Android App and the widget. As a new android smart phone owner I missed the update of my minutes that I used to see on my "not smart" phone. You don't get that with the new smart phones but with your advice, I have it back. The widget works great. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

Ryan said...

Are there any tracfone phones running Android 5.0 that have 4G LTE support?

mattmchugh.com said...

Any word on the Alcatel Onetouch Pixi GLITZ?

mattmchugh.com said...

The LG Sunset. Just be sure you have AT&T GSM coverage in your area http://www.tracfone-orders.com/bpdirect/tracfone/PhoneDetails.do?action=view&productVariantExtensionId=40573698

Anonymous said...

Will a Straight Talk Wireless phone work on the tracfone BYOP program. I have found the phone (LG Sunset L33L Android) at half the price that Tracfone is offering.

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Would Like to Say thank you for your efforts. money is tight and you have saved me about $80.00 so far. we just use our phones for basic communication, but every dollar save and every minute acquired is extremely helpful. Thanks again

Ryan said...

I don't have good GSM coverage so I'll wait for one on the Verizon network.

Anonymous said...

We have the Tracfone Android Smartphones and when we call someone on their cell phone they hear beeps in the conversation on their phone. Has anyone experienced this and what would cause it?

Professor Value said...

I want to upgrade from my Moto E, but not sure if I want to go with LG Sunset, hoping something better is on the horizon. Any word about new smartphones coming soon to Tracfone?

Anonymous said...

I want say thank you for having Tracfone Reviewer !! I just bought a leftover new 16GB iphone 4S GSM and transferred my number, minutes, and all and it took about a half day for it all to transfer but it worked. I am about to transfer a second phone the same way. I bought my SIM cards at Walmart. We will see how this works over the next year and if they can keep the minutes, texts and data competitive. I have been using Tracfones for about 12 years starting with the kids heading to college. My daughter always said I want a real cell phone and I said when you are out of college and paying your own bills you can chose whatever you want to pay for. If the Apple iphones had been available earlier she might not have been so horrified by Dad's frugality. Tracfone is been quirky and sometimes things take hours to resolve but they are inexpensive and for me that is the bottom line. With the BYOP program they are getting into the new century. Again, thanks for your tips and promo codes, I just wish I had found this website sooner !!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have a Tracfone (Old LG800G) phone & just got a text message from Tracfone telling me my phone will no longer work, I should call their (800) phone # for a replacement. I just did that. They told me my local AT&T towers wouldn't work on my old LG800G. Did anyone else have this message/situation? I asked the Tracfone Rep if the replacement phone would have the 'Triple minutes for life', & she did not know. Does anyone know what type/make phone Tracfone is replacing the old ones with? Thanks

Anonymous said...

Yes...this message is for Peter Vanosdall. You have reviewed the LG ultimate 2 and the Lg Optimus Dynamic II phones. I bought one of these phones for my son who is 16 years old. If you had to choose, which of these two phones would you pick/chose?

Peter Vanosdall said...

The LG Ultimate 2 would be my choice. It has a bigger screen, more memory and overall slightly more advanced.

mary said...

This message is for Peter Vanosdall. How do I contact tracfone chat to get my missed bonus minutes from yesterday?

Unknown said...

I wonder if you could address (or point to existing info) that I haven't found) just what TracFone means by "network changes in your area" needing a replacement phone. How do I discover what phones will work? Their BYOP compatibility page assumes I already have a phone I want to use, but I don't want to buy something unless I know it will work. I do only voice & text messaging, and need physical controls & QWERTY keyboard, which none of those they offer in my area have.

Anonymous said...

is there a way to turn the apps off and on when using the alcatel one touch pop icon a564c as you need them to save the battery.

Anonymous said...

Do you still have the 100 minutes that last for i year?

Ruth said...

What a great blog! This site has helped me tremendously and is responsible for me continuing to use Tracfone after my old 2G phone was dropped. Along with Amazon and eBay, Tracfone should definitely be kicking some funds your way. Thanks for all the info.

Steve L said...

Hi Peter, love your blog! Just curious: does the info here apply to any Tracfone sub-brands like Net10 or Straight Talk? Or are there similar blogs for those brands? Thanks for your help.

Unknown said...

I have inherited a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. It can be activated on the Verizon network. Is it possible to get a sim card and activate a tablet with Tracfone and use only data? Thanks for any insight.

Peter Vanosdall said...

It may work, and seems worth a try since you can get a SIM card from BestBuy for $1.

Peter Vanosdall said...

Some info may, but the different brands do operate a bit differently. I don't know of any blogs for the other brands, but there are some forums like howardforum.

Tracfone. said...

Current price for the Moto-E on Ebay is $19.99. The current price for the Alcatel ICON POP is $29.99. Both of these phones are pretty good, but the 4GB memory is extremely limiting.

Anonymous said...

have been using tracfone over 3 yrs. last 3 times that i entered card number and then entered promo code 12745 for 60 min card,it tells me to contact customer service to complete transaction. then i spend 12 to 20 min of my minutes trying to get the correct bonus minutes. i have never been given those min. back. when current min expires, I will throw phone in trash and use different brand. I believe they do this to keep from giving the min.drware@sbcglobal.net

Super PC said...

hello sir
I've bought a lot of tracfone devices(L41C,L38c,L39c,S765,...), but why always there is no stock firmware's ? or a flash tool to install the system? or download and recovery mode? we have problems some times and we need something to fix it.
thank you.

TheLanMan said...

Peter, I can't get the blog post 'Tracfone BYOP Phone List' to show comments newer than Dec 2015. I click the 'load more comments' button and it says 'loading' but nothing happens. I've tried in both mobile and Windows desktop browsers. Maybe too many comments?